My idea for today’s project began with the Winter Woods stamp set. It has an artistic row of tree trunks that “would” be perfect for this week’s challenge at CAS(E) this sketch.

By Su Mohr for #cts289; Click READ to go to my blog for details! Featuring: Winter Woods, Wood Textures, Galvanized Metallic Paper, Detailed Trio Punch, Frosted Bouquet, Merry Christmas; #masculinebirthdaycards #winterwoods #galvanizedmetallic #birthdaycards #handmadecards #woodtextures

Winter Woods Birthday


See what I mean?


Say the word, “wood,” and it says “masculine” to me, so this “would” be a birthday card for a man. I stamped the row of trees with Gray Granite ink on Gray Granite cardstock. The stamp has three trees, so I stamped several times across the 3″X 2″ piece of cardstock.

The corners needed to be round, like the sketch, and our Detailed Trio Punch worked perfectly. I layered my row of trees on a piece of Galvanized Metallic Paper. It doesn’t show in the photo, but it has a wonderful sheen.

I tied some Braided Linen Trim around one side, frayed the ends,  and added dimensionals to the back.

 Next, I chose a beautiful piece of Wood Textures Designer Series Paper to blend with the Gray Granite card base, and glued the two together.

For the details, I used four dies from three different die sets. The pinecones, stamped in Soft Suede ink on Gray Granite cardstock, are from Winter Woods. The leaf branch, die cut from Galvanized Metallic Paper, is also from Winter Woods. The berry branch, cut from Balckberry Bliss cardstock, is from Frosted Bouquet. And, “Happy Birthday” (Picture Perfect Birthday) is cut with a label die from Merry Christmas.


There is so much to love in the Holiday Catalog! Would you like to look through the catalog? I have a copy of it for you to view, right here. If you’re on a computer, you’ll find it under my profile picture on the right hand side. If you’re on your phone, keep scrolling to the bottom until you come to it. Then, click on the image, and start turning the pages. Fun, fun, fun!

The products I used in today’s project are listed below. Clicking on a picture takes you to my store. I appreciate your business, thanks for shopping!


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