Wednesday, October 31, 2012

I remembered your birthday...

Hello and happy hump day.  We are halfway through the week and that means it is time for the MFTWSC  sketch.  First I made this feminine birthday card then I remembered that my husband's birthday is the 5th of November and decided to use the same sketch using different papers.


For my husbands card I used the new Nightshift Blue cardstock.  I am not sure if it looks navy or more black in the photo but I assure you it is the blue.  It went perfectly with my MME Six by Six masculine looking paper pack. Instead of the rolled roses like the one above, I  used buttons on the banners.


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Thanks so much for stopping by,
Heather

28 comments:

Sandy said...

So pretty. I always enjoy seeing the banners on a card.

Daniela Dobson said...

Love them both!! Just beautiful.

Lea L. said...

These are both fabulous, Heather! I especially love that first one. The papers are fab, and I LOVE the felt flowers on the banner!

Jackie Pedro said...

Same sketch but they both look so different! Great take on the masculine card and the first card is so feminine and pretty!

Thea said...

I just came from Mona, but i love this ones too. And your banner is also very pretty. Great idea with the eyelets.

Hugs Thea

Lisa said...

Heather these are both the bomb! Love the look of the feminine and masculine side by side (top & bottom!) Delightful cards!!

Stephanie Kraft said...

These are both wonderful, Heather! Love the sweet rolled roses on the first and the trio of buttons on your hubby's card!

Casandra Bennett said...

Beautiful. Happy Halloween!

Leanne Whitby said...

Heather, your cards are gorgeous! I really love the felt flowers on the banner pieces.

Sarah said...

Hi Heather
Both gorgeous makes even though the same layout they look so different!! great use of these Dps on both your hubbys will love this for sure, but I do love the colours and roses on the first one so so pretty,
Hugs Sarah x

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Both of these look awesome. I like the rosets on the banner for the girlie one though. hee hee

LindaS said...

Gorgeous take on the sketch. I especially love how you made the banners.

Liz said...

I love that used eyelets.

Silke Ledlow said...

Two fabulous cards Heather! Hugs ~S~

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Such cute cards Heather! Love the sweet banners and the felt rolled roses!

Meredith MacRitchie said...

I love them both! I think you did a great job making it masculine, too!

Ros Crawford said...

Wow! These are both gorgeous cards ... I love them!

Gerdine said...

Both are so pretty! Love the sketch and your stitching!

Helen said...

Oh my goodness - love these Heather! They are Both stunning!!

Linda R said...

Love them both. Love those banners.

Hugs~

Tracey said...

These are both stunning! Love your use of felt on these!!

Lynnda said...

Beautiful cards Heather.... love them both!!hugs...xoxo

Teresa said...

Both cards are supper cute. What a great sketch. You are inspiring me to make the same card but with different paper. seems so obvious don't know why I wouldn't have done it in the past. DA!

Anne-Elise said...

Both cards are just gorgeous! Love your work! Hugs

Shannon White said...

Soo Fabulous Miss Heather! Love both of these! The banners are so fun! And I love the great mix of dp's on each! 8-)

Hugs
Shannon

Maria said...

Yesss...I love both cards, too! What sweet banners...so CUTE!

Jenny said...

Your cards are truly beautiful Heather! I don't even know which ones to comment on...each is more beautiful than the last... :)
Thanks so much for the inspiration!

Petti said...

Both cards are pretty!

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