Graffiti at Muse!

This week for Muse I wanted to share a card I made for a guy who was leaving at work (for some reason I’m the designated creator of cards for all occasions at work…  which I’m sure may ring true to many of you as well lol)

This is a fun graffiti technique that was shared by Shari Carroll at the Online Card Class, and I especially love it for masculine designs.  I hope you have some fun with it and I can’t wait to see how you are inspired.

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Miss You

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All of the deets can  be found here on the Muse blog….     but here’s how it works:

  • Use ANYTHING you want from your stash to create a project inspired by this week’s Muse.
  • In your post, explain how you were inspired and link back to the Muse blog.
  • Provide supportive comments on at least 3 other member’s submissions.
  • Vote for three of your fellow member’s submissions.

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21 thoughts on “Graffiti at Muse!

  1. STUNNING! Love evry bit of it..
    how did you do it…I couldn’t find the way how to on the link you gave from Shari…?

    1. Hi Holly,
      Thanks so much for your wonderful comment! Shari’s card was from the Online Card Class – Clean & Simple 3. It is a die cut inlay with lot’s of ‘graffiti’ stamping over top, isn’t it a great technique, perfect for masculine designs. Hope this is helpful,
      Happy Papercrafting
      Therese

  2. Omigosh this card is so amazing! Seriously, the combo of colors and the way you placed everything looks awesome! Thanks for sharing!

  3. You did an amazing job on this technique, Therese! I love all the stamps you chose to pair with the die cut and your design is fabulous! Shari would be so proud!!!

  4. Wow what a great card Therese. I’ve lost your email address and need to ask you something – can you please email me – thanks!

  5. That loud “thunk” you heard was my jaw hitting my desk upon seeing your card! This is sooooo awesome! I am going to try to play along with Muse this week – how could I not with this amazing and fantastic inspiration! LOVE this!

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