Monday, April 9, 2018

Play Ball!

Howdy Crafters - Regina Easter from the Cutting Cafe is have a Cyber-Sale today [actually most Monday's are cyber-sale days in which you can get a fabulous bargain on a batch of PDF/SVG files for your crafting pleasure- so make note of that.]

The Shaped Bat and Ball SVG or PDF are part of that sale today which ends at midnight at   The Cutting Cafe


I am using the bat cut only for my card today. [you can create a bat shaped or ball shaped card however]

I had the Paper House Patterned scenic cardstock in my stash which include the baseball - I cut out the shaped using my Cuttlebug and Lawn Fawn Stitched rectangle die.

 I added the following to my card:
 The Cutting Cafe Bat - sponged with two distress inks: Dried Marigold and Tea-Dye - I used a marker to add the line in the bat and stamped the numbers on white cardstock using brown ink and my Misti - fussy cut and glued to the bat. 

The PLAY sentiment is a WRMK stamp I have had for years and this is my first time using it [good grief!]

 I used another Lawn Fawn Rectangle stitched die with white cardstock for my sentiment base.

Scotch Foam tape was placed behind the bat to give it dimension on my card - I am so loving this card and how it turned out this morning.

It would be an honor to share with:

April CHN Patterned Paper Challenge
#524 Cute Card Thursday AG

#1814 Pip AG #2
HIMCR Spring is in the Air - use spring colors #1
CROP Stop Linky Party- AG #5  Cuttlebug, Scotch Foam Tape, Scotch White Glue, Distress Inks, are available at Crops Stop Store

8 comments:

  1. This looks so darn real. The technique you used is awesome. Love the card.

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  2. Cool card! Thanks for sharing at HIMCR. Becca~DT

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  3. Awesome baseball card! You did a great job!
    Thanks for linking this up to the Cropstop Blog!

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  4. Very nice card and great dimension on the bat. Love that scenery paper! Thank you so much for joining us this week at PIP Challenges!

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  5. Very cool and certain to please the recipient. Here's to a good season for the Tigers!

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  6. Love this card! Thinking of you a lot lately and sending hugs! And prayers! Thanks for joining us at the PIP Challenges this week! kReN@afourthlife

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  7. The paper complements the sports theme.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  8. Super fun. Thanks for joining us at Craftyhazelnuts patterned paper challenge last month. Hope to see you again this month.
    Sorry I am late on commenting this month... it was a crazy month. But better late than never.

    Happy crafting!

    Catherine x DT

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