Anyway, the sketch this week was extra appealing, with its overlapping, askew squares.
I often find myself with a lot of feminine cards, not at least because of the frequency with which I reach for a butterfly stamp or die! So today, I was aiming firmly at the masculine end of the spectrum - not all male but something acceptable to a male - but still OK for a female.
I did indulge myself and get some Everyday Chic DSP from the new catalogue and have been itching to give it a turn.
The black and white is a good foil for the Coastal Cabana. Edging the cut shapes with a black marker gives a subtle, but perceptible, pop to the cut shapes. I really wished I had the little itty-bitty star punch tonight, so I could add in some tiny stars but the circles pick up the 'a' from the sentiment, so I'm OK with that.
Update: Pleased to be voted a Feature Artisan for this card.
Card: Black, Whisper White, Coastal Cabana scraps, Everyday Chic DSP
Stamps: Perfect Pennants
Other: Square Framelits, Star Framelits, the star from the Circle thinlits die, circle punch from the Itty Bitty punch pack, Coastal Cabana twine, Black marker pen, dimensionals.