Monday, July 4, 2016

Baseball Birthday

I thought this was a great birthday design for baseball fans of any gender but I made it especially for my son in law. He is a big fan of all types of sports.

I used images from the Kitchen Sink Stamps line and the stamp set is called 3 Step Baseball. The wood grain background was made with my Scor-Board and then the color was added by dragging the stamp pad over the paper. I paired it with some Gina K. Designs pattern paper.

Baseball is a favorite past time in our area with lots of games being played in the summer with teams from other towns.

Stamplorations is celebrating their third birthday so I am entering this in the Stamplorations Blog Hop & Linky Party. I just recently discovered their line.

Have a great week everyone and I hope you are enjoying the Fourth as well.

God bless,


Donna Phelan said...

GREAT masculine card. Judy has that set and I am always amazed at how life-like they are. The bat and glove look awesome, especially on your wood grain background--I love making planks lol

Donna Ellis said...

Great inking on the fence, Verna, and a fantastic masculine card! HB to your SIL! XO

Lisa's Creative Niche said...

This is just so much fun!

Rosy Newlun said...

Very manyly man!!! I see GKD pattern paper (happy face)!!! I've always loved baseball. Someone will be smiling to receive this home run, knocked it out of the park card. I love the design, ball in mit!

Shona Erlenborn said...

Super cool masculine card Verna. Love the colors you chose for this too!

Judy Woodland said...

Wonderful!!! I have that set and thought I wouldn't use it much, but it's come in handy quite a few times. You have used it perfectly the plaid. It's a great choice!!!

Asha said...

What a fun card, Verna.
x Asha

Shari M said...

Great one for a baseball fan and love how you did the background. would never have thought of that.

Kathy Krug said...

Love this stamp set. What fun to have all that dimension from a stamp.Love the plaid and wood grain.

A splash of color said...

WOW I never thought of making wood grain that way.. I wonder if it would work on my big watercolors? Hmm Very cute card I love it.

KT Fit Kitty said...

Hello, Verna! Your baseball card is so fun! I think your son-in-law will love this! Great stamps and wonderful plaid paper!

Karen D. said...

great looking manly card the combinations of papers you
TFS and hugs,

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