All These Men ...

lördag 15 februari 2014


Hi friends!
I hope you all got your share of chocolate, flowers, diamonds, good dinners or something else nice yesterday on Valentine's Day. Anyway, one thing is certain "Sweden had not been the same without men like you..."


I like this male theme, and I was so inspired by some pictures in a magazine with old tractors, plows and men some time ago that I cut out a few of them to use for some cards.


I have also used:
Paper: The wood backside of "Flower Song" Fairy Rhymes Collection from Prima. Some other leftover paper pieces.
Stamps: Tree - Crafty Individuals, Framed words - Darkroom Door, High Quality - Eline´s Winter Huis, the Swedish text was written on my old typewriter.
Die: Shapeabilities Nested Lacey Pennants   Embossing Folder: M-Bossabilities Garden Delight
Some gear wheels, Distress inks and some other stuff from my stash.


Thanks so much for taking time to drop by for a visit! I hope your weekend will continue fantastic!
Hugs, Birgit

Entered Challenges:
As You Like It - Favourite Inspirationel Object (cut out images from this magazine)
 
Sister Act Card - Anything Goes
Simon Wednesday - Get Krafty
Timeless Tuesday - Wood You Be Mine
Cute Card Thursday - Clever Cutting
Challenges 4 Everybody - Anything Goes
StampARTic - Something Old or Recycled (old magazine clippings)

5 kommentarer:

  1. This is just gorgeous,love the fab images.xxx

    SvaraRadera
  2. Gorgeous creation of this masculine card! The elements make it so fun... Thanks for playing with us this week at the Timeless Tuesday challenge!

    SvaraRadera
  3. Wow...lovely color palette and the addition of the masculine elements is unexpected but completely wonderful...how very creative, it is a wonderful collage! I am so glad you could play along with us this week at Flourishes for our Timeless Tuesday Challenge! :)

    SvaraRadera
  4. Great masculine card!! Awesome design!! Thanks for joining for Challenges 4 Everybody.

    Hugs
    Joanie

    SvaraRadera

 
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