Playing along in Papertrey Ink’s Anniversary Celebration again today.  Here’s my card for the Day 6 Challenge.

The birthday die was cut four times with four different cardstock colors.  The die cuts were cut apart in two letter sections and then adhered to the black cardstock.  And the great thing is that I can do this three more times (just not in the same color order, of course!)

Several sketches were provided on Day 1.  One of these sketches had stripes or strips of paper going at the diagonal.  The scored lines on the patterned paper here represent those stripes.

PTI’s Hawaiian Shores cardstock was placed inside the card behind the hole of the eyelets.  It is held on, in part, by some Washi Tape.  It’s always fun to have a little drama on the inside of the card, too!

This card can also play along in the Day 1 Color and Sketch Challenge.

Happy Crafting!

Stamps: PTI “Scattered Showers”

Papers: PTI Ripe Avocado, New Leaf, Hawaiian Shores, Aqua Mist, True Black and “Everyday Blessings” Patterned Paper; SU Kraft

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black

Accessories: PTI “Birthday Trio” Die; Martha Stewart Scoring Board; 1″ Circle Punch; Washi Tape; Silver and Antique Brass Eyelets

10 Responses to “Papertrey Ink’s 7th Anniversary Day 6”

  1. This is such an impressive card. You have nailed the layout and colours and elements. It makes a perfect masculine card something I never have enough of.

  2. Awesome CAS card Susan!

  3. that is too cool, I never thought of doing that, and love the embossed strip too, really neat design!

  4. A fabulous graphic design! Makes an absolutely perfect masculine card, and that is no easy feat. Well done, Susan!

  5. So many great ideas here, Susan! I love how you did your die cut title in multiple colors.

  6. Great masculine feeling here. |T|his is wonderful, strong designed card.

  7. Oooo! This a very cool card and I love your die cut title! 🙂
    I also really like your fun new background!! 🙂

  8. What an awesome birthday card, Susan…I just love the sketch and how you used the brass eyelet!!

  9. Love the idea with the multi-colors!

  10. Fabulous card, Susan! I loved what you did with the die! What a wonderful technique!

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