I finally took a good look at the photo at Time Out and got an idea.
See those triangles in the pictures on the wall? Once they caught my attention I was ready to make a card.
I used a die from Erin Lee Creative and cut it from navy cardstock to mimic the sofas. Then I filled the triangles with holographic paper of different designs. The panel was trimmed and matted with navy and a sentiment from MFT added. I need more masculine cards and this one fills the bill.
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This is GORGEOUS! What a fabulous way to use that holographic card stock. It's just stunning!!ReplyDelete
Good eye, Bobby!! Great card, too!ReplyDelete
I probably wouldn't have notice that picture in the background, but you sure nailed it! The navy frame is perfect for showing off that gorgeous paper!ReplyDelete
This is funky cool, Bobby!ReplyDelete
Beautiful -- your holographic paper just grabs your eye, and the deep blue is a great accent to ground itReplyDelete
So cool. You've created your own artwork Bobby!! Beautiful! xxReplyDelete
Oooh.. wow! I am amazed at how you that wall art and also had them in metallic look, just like the photo inspiration. The navy for the borders, so cool and the holographic cardstock.. adds great interest. Fantastic card! Thank you for taking Time out and joining us with your creative take on the photo inspiration. Hugs ~ Ishani,ReplyDelete
Sorry for all the missing words and typos. I was saying all that in my head, but probably forgot to type !!ReplyDelete