Saturday, January 5

Retirement Card

This week one of the men that I work with retired. I am so happy for him, but I am sad to see him go. He was one of the BEST!!

Well this is the card that I made for him. (Can you tell that I am on a Criss Cross Card kick?) I think that the Outlaw DP is such a wonderful masculine choice.

Stamps: none .Inks: none . Paper: Sage Shadow, Chocolate Chip, Really Rust, Very Vanilla, Outlaw DP . Extras: Corner Rounder, Tab, 1", 1 1/4", and Scallop circle punches


kathleenh said...

Gorgeous man card Corie! I get on a kick with a certain kind of card at times too.

Jen Young (Pearl City, HI) said...

love your color combo girl! Yes, I can tell you're luvin' these cards. But I love seeing them. You're so great in making anything beautiful! So good to see that you're back again!!


Julie Mutch said...

This is a great masculine card, Corie! I really like the criss-cross cards you've been making. They're all wonderful! I haven't tried any yet, but they're on my list to try. They look like a fun card to make. :)

Hope all is going well on your end. I'm kinda glad the holidays are behind us now and we're getting back into routine :)

Take care,

Heather P. said...

Oh, this is lovely!

malieta said...

Your friend is going to love this card Corie, very nice!

Libby said...

This looks really great with the Outlaw DP! Great choice!

Shannon McGann said...

This is so nice! I hadn't though of Outlaw paper for masculine cards - great idea!

I like your new blog header!

Rose Ann said...

I love the papers you've used on this one! Very nice!!

Juliann said...

Criss cross away girl! They are great cards!!! It is nice to see you blogging!!!!
{{{big hugs}}}

Stampin' Heather said...

This is a great masculine card. I love Criss Cross Cards, too.

Elizebeth said...

The outlaw DP IS a great choice for men, I made a recipe book for my FIL with it. He looooooooved it, and it didnt look girly!

Great criss-cross card BTW!

Allison said...

Great criss-cross the DP on this one!