Hi There Everybody!
I have the privilege of being the Guest Designer at The Male Room this fortnight, where the theme is
I have used an image from Mo's Digital Pencil, called Mister Fixit, and coloured the image with markers. I drew in the background for him, to match my husband's shed, where he built his own storage cupboard.
My paper is from the KaiserCraft Memory Lane pack. The corner tool die cut is from Find It Media, and everything else is Jolee's
This is the back of the card. I've left the message box loose for now, to make it easier to write on when the time comes.
To see what your usual team at The Male Room have created to inspire you this week, just click on the challenge logo at the top of this post.
I'd like to thank Jane and the team for allowing me to get in on the fun with them this week!
I would like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Hiding In My Craft Room Challenge #375: Freestyle
613 Avenue Create Challenge #214: Anything Goes + Use Something Wooden
Pammie's Inky Pinkies Challenge 1842: Anything Goes
Lemon Shortbread Challenge #79: Anything Goes
Crafty Creations Challenge #377: Anything Goes
Love this masculine card! Thanks for joining us at Pammie's Inky Pinkie Challenges. Follow me at kren@http://afourthlife.blogspot.comReplyDelete
New DT hat for this one. Love all your elements! Thanks for joining us at the Crafty Creations Challenges! Follow me at http://afourthlife.blogspot.comReplyDelete
Amazing card Linda, I LOVE it and I'm sure ANY male will too. Fabulous work. It was so good to have you as GDT.ReplyDelete
Faith DT TMR.
Absolutely fantastic Lin!!ReplyDelete
Oh Linda, this is amazing. Male cards are always so difficult to make but you have rocked it!ReplyDelete
So glad you stopped by at 613 Avenue Create.
Hugs Sheryl DT member xx
Oh my gosh what a great card. You put a lot of thought time and effort into this, so many details! So so excited to see this, getting ideas. I think its cool the way you modeled it after his "man" space - see this is what I always tell folks, a true meaningful card is one that takes into account what the recipient is all about, that shows how much you know them. So many folk give a card THEY like themselves, assuming somoene else will... and mostly that works, but haven't we all been given a card where you went "wow, this person really KNOWS me" Thanks for sharing your wonderful creation and I hope you have a week full of inspired card making adventures! Congrats on being GD this week!
Congratulations you are one of this week’s Top Rockers at 613 Avenue Create - don’t forget to pick up your badge from the Top Rocker page.ReplyDelete
Congratulations, you are a winner at 613 Avenue Create. Please remember to collect your badge from the side bar. xxReplyDelete