Monday, May 18, 2015

Guy Greetings for What Will You Stamp?

Welcome back for week 12 of the What Will You Stamp? challenge.  I'm sure you noticed that I was missing in action last week, but I'm back now and ready to share my project this week using the terrific stamp set by Stampin' Up! called Guy Greetings.

Check out my he-man wrestler strutting his stuff in his paper-pieced pants on the poster attached to the red brick building that houses the wrestling arena.  Wonder who his opponent is this week?
 I love Guy Greetings and was thrilled to see that it carried over into the 2015/16 Annual Catalog.  However, I think Stampin' Up! kind of missed the mark on this one by not adding in the word "Son".  I have called and told Stampin' Up! that I felt this way and requested they make a single stamp for "Son".  I just know there are plenty of stampers out there who feel the same way and, if you do, give Stampin' Up! a call to let them know and ask them to issue a single stamp.  They do listen and I'm sure if enough of us call they will do something about the missing "Son".   Okay, enough of my rant.  Here are the other stamps in this great stamp set.
I know the other members of the Design Team have some wonderful projects to share with all of you so head on over to What Will You Stamp? to check them out. 

If you would like to recreate my project, following are the supplies I used. 
If I can help you in any way with your stamping needs please don't hesitate to let me know.  Also, if you don't already have a Stampin' Up! demonstrator and would like to receive the beautiful new catalog please get in touch with me.  I would be happy to get one out to you.

I appreciate you taking the time to stop in for a visit and hope you will leave me a comment.  I love hearing from you.

See you next week. 

4 comments:

Tracy Elsom said...

What a great card. I never think of stamping onto DSP or over another image. Thanks for reminding me Susan.

Beka L said...

I love how you used the brick paper to make it look like a poster! Fantastic job Susan! :)

Card Bomb said...

I love this Susan! I may have to case it so I can add it to my stash of Father's Day cards. Great way to use that brick paper too!

Priscilla Thoreson said...

Love your card Susan! I love how you stamped on the actual DSP!