I wanted to make this appropriate for a teen boy, so I went for The Paper Players color challenge for this week:
I have just updated the tab at the top of my page for "Favorite Challenges". I added new ones that I have discovered and deleted a couple that I found I simply wasn't playing. My goal this week is to play each challenge so you can see what is involved in each - but no promises!
I'm sure that I will be behind already today as there are a lot of Saturday challenges and I have to leave at 2:00 to take my son down to the Colorado Rockies game to play The Star Spangled Banner with his high school band! I'm pretty sure there will be "proud mama" pictures on this blog tomorrow!
- Stamps: Papertrey Ink Boy Basics Simple Circles, Penny Black sentiment (it's at least 10 years old)
- Paper: white
- Ink: Stampin' Up Baja, Poppy, Basic Gray, Crumb Cake
- Accessories: Papertrey Simple Circles Border Die, star punch, stars spritzed with Frost Glimmer Mist, misc red button
Perfect for both challenges and I really like the odd star addition. ZxReplyDelete
Brilliant card - very much appropriate for a teenage boy - my guy would love it!! The circles and stars are great.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous . . . I love it. Very CAS.ReplyDelete
Hugs, Sandra View my card HERE!
love this, great card for a boy xReplyDelete
Great! I like the colors.ReplyDelete
A wonderful card once more Kim!
I am constantly in awe of your work!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"
A stunning cardReplyDelete
What a beauty, just pure loveliness great everything on this.ReplyDelete
Adore your style [think you know lol]
"Less is More"
I love your grungy circles - great card :-)ReplyDelete
Fabulous Kim. You never fail to please.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous CAS card Kim, love the totem of colours and I have that PB sentiment too...I don't use it enough :)ReplyDelete
I like this Kim. It would be great for a guy! :)ReplyDelete
Love the stars and button added to those stamps and die! :) And that sentiment is cool - love the font.ReplyDelete
Wonderful card! Boy cards can be tough to make, and this is perfect! Thanks for playing with the Paper Players this week!ReplyDelete
I love this !! I have those stamps and almost used them for this challenge!ReplyDelete
Love this for both Challenges :)ReplyDelete
Brilliant card especially for a teen. Carol xReplyDelete
Love this Kim! Great circles--I love how each one has a "grungy" look to it! Perfect for this week's colors and perfect for a teen boy. Great job! Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players!ReplyDelete
Super Card. XOXO ZoeReplyDelete
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great teen card, and the colour combo is fab!ReplyDelete
p.s sorry about above, fingers got carried away.
A lovely card for this challenge. Well done.ReplyDelete
You can view mine here
Brilliant teen boy card (they are so hard to do). Love the addition of the stars too. xReplyDelete
Fabulous card for a teen - especially a boyReplyDelete
just love this funky design and bold colors!ReplyDelete
Love it Kim ,well done again :O) Viv xxReplyDelete
Great card, Kim. I've been eyeing those stamps at PTI! I love the colors you used and I agree they are perfect for a teenage boy. AnnReplyDelete
That's a fab card and the PTI stuff was perfect. I do get tempted by that set and the die. Am loving PTI's gear of late.ReplyDelete
Great card .... and oh so perfect for the teenage male ... love the clean style to your card and great use of the colour challenge this week!ReplyDelete
Thank you for playing along with us at Paper Players!
Great card for a teen boy---they mostly want what's inside anyway, right? Love all the elements you used! Thanks for playing along with us at Paper Players this week!ReplyDelete
Simply beautiful! :) Love the white space.ReplyDelete
What a fab teenage card. Great design. xxReplyDelete
Now I want this stamp set and die...it looks great! ;)ReplyDelete
Very nice card!! Love the colors and your layout is wonderful...the addition and placement of your stars is perfect:)!!ReplyDelete
Kim, everything about this one just says F-U-N! Love the clean design and the way you showcased the colors. Thanks so much for playing along with the Paper Players this week! :)ReplyDelete