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Masculine Bookmark

This week’s challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments we have a masculine inspiration challenge.  Masculine projects are a challenge for me but my husband gave me a great idea!  He suggested I make bookmark for him.  I immediately thought My Digital Studio.  I haven’t played on it in awhile and this was the perfect opportunity.  I started with the First Edition digital DSP.  The edges look sponged because I used background #1 of the Vintage Overlays digital DSP.  There’s a great tutorial for this technique on www.mydigitalstudio.net.  The images are from digital stamp The Open Seas.  I used Cherry Cobbler and Not Quite Navy. I used two pieces of chipboard and covered each side with the  digital background.  Before I glued them together I put the Antique brads through.  EASY PROJECT!

Open Seas bookmark

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I hope you join us this week for our masculine inspiration challenge.  For more inspiration visit HHS to see all the wonderful projects from our talented design team.

HHS masculine stampin up inspiration photo

All Stampin’ Up! supplies below may be ordered from my website or email me to place your order.

All products are Stampin’ Up! unless noted.

Masculine bookmark

Card Size:  1.50″ W x 5.50″ H

Digital Stamp sets:  The Open Seas, font:  French Script for initials

Paper: digital DSP First Edition, non Stampin’ Up! Matte photo paper

Inkjet:  Cherry Cobbler, Not Quite Navy

Accessories:  Antique Brads, retired Early Espresso 1-1/4 striped ribbon

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