Saturday, 7 June 2014

Crazy 4 Challenges (C4C239) Masculine Card

Good morning friends!

There is a new challenge on the Crazy 4 Challenges blog today, and Peggy McCurry is our hostess for June.  This week the challenge is:  MAN MADE

"How many of us need more masculine cards in our stash? Have some men/boys that have a birthday coming up? A special sport event? Graduation? Father’s Day is just around the corner too! So let’s see some masculine cards/projects!"


I have a masculine birthday card for the challenge ...


... a masculine Pop it Ups card!


I used the All Season's Tree with the clouds/foliage. This die set gets SO much use - not just from me, but all the Karen Burniston Designer Challenge Team!


The images were stamped on white card stock, coloured and blended with pencils and fussy cut. Then they were attached to the Lots of Pops pop up base.


The grass from the Garden Bench was cut several times and attached at the bottom edge.



We would sure love you to play along with the challenge, and link up your project. Be sure to check out what the rest of the Crazies have come up with for the challenge, at the Crazy 4 Challenges blog.  (If you link up to an on-line gallery, please use the keyword C4C239.)

Supplies used:
Card size: A2
Lots of Pops - Pop it Ups, Karen Burniston (Elizabeth Craft Designs)
Stamps - Tiddly Inks
All Season's Tree (tree and clouds) - Pop it Ups, Karen Burniston (Elizabeth Craft Designs)
Garden Bench (grass) - Pop it Ups, Karen Burniston (Elizabeth Craft Designs)
Candle Peel-Off - 2478 Elizabeth Craft Designs
Brad - stash
Patterned paper - K & Co
Oval Accordion (stitched oval) - Pop it Ups, Karen Burniston (Elizabeth Craft Designs)
Word stamp on front - PTI
Prismacolour Pencil Crayons
Gamsol and Blending Stump

Thanks for stopping by today!



3 comments:

  1. Super cute card, love the images you used!

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  2. wonderful inner scene.....and I love the use of the single candle on the front...cute

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