Thursday, June 16, 2016

Time Out Challenge #59 - Theme (with a Twist)

Hi friends!  The new challenge over at Time Out is our Theme challenge with an optional twist.  This time, the theme is masculine and the optional twist is to use mixed media.  We are defining mixed media as stamps and ink plus two other elements that add texture and/or dimension.

I think this card can be either masculine or feminine. I guess it depends on whom you are sending it to.  I made this for my bff Maria who got her first hole-in-one last week while we were out golfing!  It was so exciting to see!  Anyway, I pulled out this golf martini stamp and stamped it on a tag then colored it with copic markers.  I added some texture with a stencil and texture paste on the gray panel (it may look orchid, but really is gray).  The word die was cut from black cardstock as well as black fun foam for dimension.  I put some Wink of Stella on it for some sparkle and added baker's twine on the tag.  I guess with the ink, copics, texture paste, and fun foam, I'm twisting!

Here's a picture of Maria after her hole-in-one!
We are sponsored by STAMPlorations for this challenge.  They are giving a $10 gift voucher for the winner plus a random draw for those who twist (prize one ARTploration stencil).
You can see more inspiration from our DT and guest, Patti, on the Time Out blog.
Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps:  Golf Martini (Impression Obsession)
Paper:  Recollections white, gray
Ink:  Versafine onyx black, copic markers
Accessories:  Tag Sale #3 die (PTI), Wonderful Words: Congrats die (PTI), Swiss Dot stencil (MFT), texture paste, fun foam, Wink of Stella, baker's twine


sandie said...

Well done to Maria! This is such a cool mixed media card. I love the background with the textured base, it is perfect for a golfing card as it looks like lots of golf balls!

Lynn said...

Way to go Maria! Such a fun card Lisa! Love the golf balls in the glass. The perfect way to celebrate!

Anita in France said...

How fun, Lisa ... what a fabulous celebration martini for your friend! Hugs, Anita :)

Gerrina said...

Great succes for your friend! And what a perfect stamp for it! The base looks great with the texture0dots! Enjoy the weekend!

Nonni said...

What a fun stamp, I've never seen this before, makes a great focal point for a card for a golf lover! Great job! xxx


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