Next week is my Dad's birthday and he is a huge, ginormous golfing fan. He didn't start playing until he retired, but it's his favorite activity now. After the long winter he's just itching to get started. So, in honor of his hobby, I grabbed this Silhouette Male Golfer stamp from DRS Designs for his birthday card.
I did the emboss resist technique on an old book page to highlight this cool stamp. The background was made using the Woven Plaid (love this stamp for a guy card) and I used the Easy Grass stamp along the bottom of the card.
I just cut the jagged grass myself and kind of crinkled it for some texture. I guess this golfer isn't so good, because this looks more like he's in the rough than on the green...lol. I finished it off with the Happy Birthday Arc for the sentiment and rounded the corners to match the all the other curves on the card.
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Challenges for this card:
Card Makin Mamas-Something Green
Delicious Doodles-Something Green
Pattie's Creations-Go Green
Color Create-Olive, brown, cream, black
Sassy Studio-Recycled something (book page)
Crafty Emma-Men Only
High Hopes-Go Green
Top Tip Tuesday-Birthday
Crafty Cardmakers-Make your own designer paper
Details not listed above-Paper: The Paper Company, Ink: Stampin' Up, Versamark, Clear embossing powder, Nesties,