Cutting Instructions: Card base: ½” sheet of cardstock White or neutral layer: 4” x 5-1/4” (for stamping in the center area) DSP Triangles: two 2”squares (cut diagonally to get 4 triangles)
I had selected two different stamps to play with for this sketch, but the whole thing went together so easily that I ended up with two cards! I really encourage you to pull out a stamp set, some coordinating inks and DSP and give this simple sketch a try!
For the pink card, I used Flirty Flamingo to stamp the images from Friends are Like Seashells. I then lightly added some gray marker to the edges to give it a drop shadow, which adds dimension and interest to the images.
Do you have an active duty service member or veteran in your life? Or a student in ROTC? Then I hope you enjoy this card as much as I do! I LOVED using the camouflage background stamp and the Suit & Tie dies from the Well-Suited set to create this fun military uniform style card. And do you see the name? I stamped that using the Make A Difference stamp set, it's the PERFECT size and font for the name tape! And if you are like me, Make a Difference will probably always be on your desk, it's so useful.
Check out my Stampin' Up! color suggestions below for making camouflage to represent all branches of the military!