Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Tri Shutter Boy Card

Hello! I didn't have a chance to upload this yesterday, but it's the card I made for the Try a New Technique Challenge on SCS. We were to make a Tri Shutter Card. These are so fun, and the possibilities are endless! It folds right up and fits into an A2 envelope! I once again used this fabulous set from Artful INKables called Boys Will Be Boys. The dp is from KaiserCraft called Rough & Tough. I distressed most of the panels with Ranger Tea Dye Distress Ink and added a few brads. The letter tags are from Sizzix Alphabars Doodle Tags dies. Thank you so much for stopping by and have a wonderful rest of your day!

Kerri

12 comments:

Betty Wright aka gbedwright said...

Kerri, this is fabulous!!! Great design and I love your details!!! The little boy hanging from the vine is awesome!!!

Denise @ Paper Gems said...

TOO CUTE! FABULOUS, the "Best" boy card I've ever seen! :)

debra said...

wow what an amazing card well done you. it really stands out and love all the busyness on it, all those gorgeous boys things truly fantastic
hugs Debra

Elena said...

Wow! Outstanding card! Incredible! I agree with Denise - The Best card ever!!!!!!!!!!

Joanna said...

Kerri you are AMAZING!!! I don't know where you get all the creativity but it blows me away!! Love this card!!

Elena said...

Thank you for visiting me today, Kerri! I can't wait to see your Anyas projects! Very excited I would say! :)

Michelle said...

INSANE - I can't believe someone can MAKE a card like that....unbelievably awesome!!

Kristina said...

You've got to stop with these AMAZING cards woman!!! You are so super talented. I love them all :)

jean said...

Kerri
awesome card
fabulous boy card
tfs
Jean

Rebecca said...

This is so neat! I love it! What an awesome card for a little boy!!!

Linda aka backroads girl said...

This is a really cute card, Kerri! I like the images, and the paper you used.

Hugs, Mom

Kristin said...

Honestly, the coolness of this card is beyond description. LOVE the boy swining freely and all the little touches added to make it all seemlessly go together. Great job!

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