Sunday, 14 February 2016

Moustache

Hi Everyone, my card today is for my Niece's husband, I think I have used all his hobbies and as he is a musician also music over the years. SO I decided to go very different, I was looking for inspiration on the web when I came across the sentiment, I have lots of moustache papers and images, so decided to go with that, although he is clean shaven without a moustache!! The cake is another matter, he does like cake, so do I, so it's a question I would ask him, does this make sense?

Anyhow, the sketch was laid out in PS as usual, I added a Grungy PS Action to the background paper, then added more of the same type in similar colours, made a sentiment strip and coloured the moustache to match. Printed them all out, cut and layered them onto cream card. The moustache I thought was a little plain so I added white gel pen. The background paper, I embossed with another new embossing folder. You can see it plainer in the smaller photo.








Papers by Pink Petticoat
Moustache by Digi Dewi
Embossing folder Modern Stripe by Teresa Collins 


7 comments:

  1. Oh this made me laugh. Brilliant card sure to be treasured. hugs, Pat K xx

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  2. Another brilliant card, Faith - if there's cake - I'll maybe join him?x

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  3. I don't think you have to have a mustache to play on words!! I think it is perfect!! I got an embossing folder like that at Taylored Expressions!! Great job on the sketch...looks like you are coming out of your funk!! (Happy Dance) I have used that sketch 3 times this month!! :)

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  4. A perfect masculine make Faith, such a brilliant sentiment and great grungy design.
    Pauline
    x

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  5. Cool Moustache Faith hihi it makes me smile and
    the sentiment is clever
    lovely color combo
    great masculine card idea
    hugs
    Monika

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  6. Seem to have missed this one. Love the design, it's so different xx

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  7. Oh I love everything with a mustache (my dh has one!!). Great trick with the gelpen.
    Great paper in different tones. Will have to try that too.

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