Hello!  It’s the first Monday of the month, which means it’s Cards in Envy challenge introduction day!  A few weeks ago we had the theme of “Just Us Girls”.  This time we’re turning the tables with the theme of “No Girls Allowed.”  Make a card suitable for a boy or a man, and make sure it’s flat enough to be mailed at the standard first class postage rate.

Since Father’s Day will be coming up soon, I’m sharing a clean and simple Father’s Day card.  It was a quick and easy one to make.  I laid strips of designer paper on a diagonal, trimmed off the ends, added a sentiment, and attached the main panel of the card to a base of coordinating cardstock.  It really doesn’t get much simpler!  And it fits into the theme of the current challenge at The Paper Players.

CIE 06-06-2016

So now it’s your turn! Check out the Cards in Envy site for all the challenge details and to see what the rest of the design team has made. Then share your creation(s) with us by 7:00 p.m. Eastern time Sunday, June 19. We’d love to have you play along with us!

Supplies:
Stamp: Father’s Day sentiment (Purple Onion Designs)
Cardstock: Cajun Craze, Very Vanilla (Stampin’ Up); designer papers from Pyrus 6″ x 6″ paper pad (Basic Grey)
Ink: Cajun Craze (SU)

6 Responses to “Cards in Envy – No Girls Allowed”

  1. Hi Patricia! Fabulous CAS card! Have a great day!

  2. Patricia, Now this is exactly the kind of card my dad and father-in-law would love. Thanks so much for a wonderful idea — keep your eyes open for a CASE on my blog of this one!

  3. I love the classy look of this card. Those papers are gorgeous! It’s going in the CASE file for sure! ~ Annie

  4. Patricia, this is a perfect masculine card! CAS perfection! So happy you joined my theme challenge at The Paper Players this week! XX

  5. What a clever use of those dp scraps! Love the mix of patterns…great DAD card. Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

  6. A masterfully blend of color and pattern!

    Thanks for joining The Paper Players!

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