Hello Stampers 
  Are you ready for Baseball Season? I have the perfect card for you for this season. Father day next weekend and this would be perfect for it. I saw a similar card on pinteress and the funny part is I was thinking that it was 2 pieces and it was the card stock showing in the line well maybe it was but after trying to cut the paper with framelites that was to small and draw a line my cut was way off then the light came on HA!!! Yes I figure a easy way just by using the Night of Navy brush point marker with a dinner plate to make the round shape.This is a super easy card after I got my thinking cap on. So I will show you step by step.

Here the measurement of the card stock that I use.
Real Red 8-1/2 by 5-1/2 score at 4-1/4 and fold 
Night of Navy 5-1/4 by 4 
Whisper White 5 by 3-3/4

On the Whisper White use a dinner plate mine was 10-1/2 diameter. Using the Night of Navy marker brush tip draw your half moon. 

Using the Chevron Punch and real red card stock get the little pieces from the punch out.  If you look at the close up card you will see little blue dot I use the night of navy and just did the little dot 3 on each side in between each Chevron.

Glue on the draw half moon NO I didn’t measure how far apart just eye ball it 🙂 but make sure the point  and the center in on the Night of Navy line.
I stamp the greeting in night of navy and using the little dot from the Gorgeous Grunge stamp with Sahara sand just to had a little birt on the ball 🙂 

Last step before assemble turn your top layer that you put the chevron and cute equal to the card. 
Voila this is it for my masculine card. I have all the supplies list and to make it easy for shopping if you click on the picture it will bring you right to my store. Thank you so much for your support I appreciate your business more then you know. 
Have a great week!

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