Wednesday, 19 April 2017

The Project Bin - Girly Jukebox Birthday

Happy Wednesday, my friends!

Today I'm back with another project for The Project Bin
This week I'm sharing a second card using the fun Jukebox Birthday Stamp and Die Set.
You can find it right HERE.

If you were here last week, you might remember my masculine card using this set.
I thought it might be interesting to make a girly version this week, even using the same design.

Here it is:

This time I created my own musical background in pink and white.
The Jukebox set was stamped on white cardstock with pink ink.
It was then die-cut, and adhered with foam tape. 
Finally, I added a strip of lace and some ribbon across the bottom.

Here's the masculine and the girly side by side:

Other Materials Used:
Papers: Recollections - Cardstock;
Wheel: Stampin' Up - Music Notes;
Ink: Simon Says Stamp - White Pigment, Stampin' Up - Melon Mambo;
Ribbon: Offray;
Unknown: Lace.

From The Project Bin:

Jukebox Birthday

If you're not familiar with The Project Bin,
they specialize in wonderful sentiment stamps.
They're clear photopolymer and stamp as crisp as can be!
Each set has multiple stamps, and 
"A Way With Words."
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I'll be back next week to share another wonderful stamp! :o)
In the meantime...

Here are all the links you'll need:


Vicki Dutcher said...

Love how you made this layout female 😀

Daffodil Cards said...

Oh! my goodness, they REALLY do look so different, definitely masculine and feminine, Love the pink version too.

Unknown said...

Loving this fun girly version of the fab masculine one that you made Nancy!

Eekers said...

Wow, love the girl version and the compare and contrast photo! :) Proves a good layout and design can work for any colour scheme or embelli! :)

Annabel - Knitty Kitty Digis

Maria Pilar said...

so cute female card. Perfect complement for the masculine card.

Susan M said...

The music notes background is fabulous Nancy and hand stamped too !! Fabulous colour for a fabulous card !

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