Monday, January 11, 2016

Winter Birthday

Today begins a new year of 2nd and 4th Monday Let's Make a Scene designs sponsored by Kitchen Sink Stamps. I don't know if I have told you lately how much I love the Multi Step Birch Trees! They are so very versatile and beautiful for any season.

Today I have placed them in the background and foreground of this snowy winter scene with the Multi Step Classic Old Truck and Multi Step Tree Friends. I wanted something special for my dad who will be celebrating his 87th birthday next Sunday.

I am sharing this card in The Male Room Challenge  and the Landscaping Challenge: Winter Wonderland this week!


Color Recipes

Trees: Layer 2 Memento Espresso Truffle, Layer 1 Papertrey Ink Classic Craft

Truck Wheel Base: Layer 3 Versafine Onyx Black, Layer 2 Memento London Fog,
 Layer 1 Papertrey Ink  Soft Stone

Truck Body: Layer 3 Papertrey Ink Classic Craft stamped 3 times, 
Layer 2 Papertrey Ink Classic Craft stamped 2 times, 
Layer 1 Papertrey Ink Fine Linen stamped 2 times

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9 comments:

  1. Well first Happy Birthday Dad, love the masculine design.

    Hugs Diane

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  2. Happy, happy birthday to your dad! Love your beautiful scenic card!

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  3. This is absolutely gorgeous Lynn!! I know your dad will love this!! :)

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  4. Holy Cow Lynn! You are a Masking Master!!! Your tutorial is fantastic… the mountains, the snow, inside the window - oh, my!!!
    Wishing your Dad a very Happy Birthday!!!

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  5. Great Masculine Card! Love it, Lynn!

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  6. I do like the scene you've created here - super guy card. I'm sure you dad love it. Thanks so much for playing along with our Anything Goes challenge at The Male Room! Deborah, DT.

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  7. Super card, i love the scene you have created, and I'm sure your Dad will too!Thanks for joining us in The Male Room. Hope you will play along again very soon
    Louise xx

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  8. I love the way you use the birch tree stamps too.

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