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09/30/2010

TOTALLY TOOL STAMP SET

Back on September 1st, I made a GIRLY JEAN CARD and have had a dozen requests to make a MASCULINE JEAN CARDSo.....

Hammer1

A front view...

Hammer2 

Sponging the edges of More Mustard Card Stock, gives the appearance of the real leather that tool belts are made of...

Hammer3 

Tt 

Seven local demonstrators, including myself, are busy-busy-busy designing cards and organizing a hundred little details for WORLD CARD MAKING DAY on Saturday.  So today's post is only a snippet, a fragment, a wisp, a morsel of a "real" post.  It's one of those not-enough-hours-things...  (But I did have time to make a pretty card to show you tomorrow... Christmas!)

 

Linda Aarhus, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

www.polkadotsandpaper.net

 

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I have two sons who are carpenters, they will love a card like this. Thanks for sharing.

*People enjoy the characters are not happy.

*Forget about stupidity, discover your ability.

Love it! Masculine cards are always so difficult. Thanks for the fun idea.

Love the little hammper in the loop. You are soooo clever. TFS!

Great card, Linda. Can really use these guy ideas.

This is so cute and a great guy card.

Linda this is so cool. I just the cards with tools for my brother who is a carpenter. So darn cute! Now I have TWO TOOL ideas from you. Thanks so much for sharing.

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