This is going to be a super quick post from me tonight as it’s way past my bedtime!! However I’m late posting my Guest DT card for this week’s Sweet Stampin’ challenge and wanted to get it done before the week ran ahead of me again lol! I cannot believe that it is already the last week of being a guest but I’ve had a brilliant time and hopefully they’ve been happy with my cards! The theme this week is “masculine” and here is my card:
I’ve used an image from Tickled Pink stamps called ‘Lil Lad Eric’ and I coloured him with promarkers and flex markers and I have to say I’m really pleased with his shabby/distressed looking jeans haha! The papers are wild rose studio from the ‘for men’ paper stack and the plain kraft card is from dies to die for. I distressed all the edges with my new tonic (Tim Holtz) tool which is much easier and quicker than using than my scissors. I added my usual go-to male card embellishments of stars and buttons and added some faux stitching and my card was done!
The design team have created amazing samples so please pop over to the challenge blog and check them out.
I would like to enter my card into the following challenges:
Corrosive challenge – another dimension (2nd entry)
Freshly brewed challenge – double it (2 papers, 2 stars, 2 layers)
Paper pretties challenge – punches or die cuts
Crafty sentiments challenge – use only 2 papers
Do you stack up? challenge – distress
Southern girls challenge – so distressed
2 sisters challenge – anything goes
Allsorts challenge – anything goes
Delightful challenge – use patterned papers
Little darlings challenge – pearls
I hope you will be able to join in with the challenge this week. I cannot wait to see what you create. Have a wonderful Monday and thanks for stopping by.
Image: Tickled Pink stamps – ‘Lil Lad Eric’
Papers: wild rose studio – ‘for men’ paper stack, kraft card from dies to die for
Tools: promarkers, flex markers, quickutz cookie cutter star die, buttons from fantastic ribbons, pearls from the hobby house, sentiment created on the pc, nesties labels 3 (which I cut in half), tonic distressing tool, letraset fine liner pen