Let's Hear it for the Boys!
This week our Challenge hostess, Pat, has asked that we make cards for the men or boys in our lives.
I love making masculine cards. They are always easier for me than girly cards, as I'm not a frilly type at all!
I chose this image of Scrooge called "Merry Christmas to You".
My husband and I just filed our taxes this week, and , as usual, we owe Uncle a chunk of money again! I can definitely relate to the scowl on old Ebeneezer's face!
The inside says, ".....but try to relax and enjoy it anyway!
Images: "Merry Christmas to You" from Mo's Digital Pencil , Computer-generated sentiment
Tools: Copics, Prismacolor pencils, Crimper, SU! Label punch, Distressing tool, Mounting tape
Papers: SU! Garden Green and Kraft, Neenah smooth white, Bazzill textured mocha, Basic Grey DP
Embellishments: Decorative paper clip, Brads
Check out the inspiration from the rest of the team, grab an image from Mo's, and join us in this week's challenge.
Bear with Me!
I made this card for my husband's brother for his birthday. He and his wife live in a small mountain town in the Sierras, so I thought the bear image would be appropriate.
This card is a bit bigger than my usual 5" x 7" cards, measuring 5 1/2" x 8".
The other day someone asked me if I ever made A2 sized cards anymore. I can't imagine going back to that size. They seem so tiny to me now! I really enjoy working in the larger format.
Images: Digital Bear Cub (unknown source), Digital Ticket Sentiment
Tools: Copics, Prismacolor pencil, Cuttlebug with Nesties, MS Branch punch, Mounting tape
Papers: SU! Really Rust, Always Artichoke, and Certainly Celery, Bazzill textured brown, Neenah smooth white, Gold Metallic CS, Basic Grey Pyrus DP
Embellishments: Corduroy brads
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