Yay, it's the weekend! I hope you're all cosy and not being bothered too much by the wintery weather. As it's Saturday, it's time for our new challenge over at Sweet Stampin' and this week we want to see cards for men.
I used the dylusion's Diamond in the rough stencil that I bought recently on my 5x7 card base and blended Distress Oxides in Twisted Citron, Cracked Pistachio and Broken China through it and then spritzed on a little water and let it dry.
I stamped one of the monsters from the new Polkadoodles Little Monsters Funky stamp set in black archival ink and coloured him in with my zigs before fussy cutting him.
I drew in a border around my stencilling - I kind of wish that I'd done the bottom border a bit lower to cover more of the stencilling but hey ho. I glued my monster in place and then rummaged about for a suitable sentiment. I'd recently bought a craft magazine which came with some freebie stamps and I thought their "Hello Handsome" sentiment was perfect as I think this would make a great Valentine's card!
I can't wait to see what you create for the challenge, just remember that you need to include some stamping, which includes digi stamps to be eligible for our top three. Stay warm and keep crafting x
I love this card Cara. It's great fun. Green is my favourite colour and I love your monster. BarbxxReplyDelete
Great card. He's such a cute monster. [Bunny]ReplyDelete
Great card Cara, love the hairy monster he's so cute :)ReplyDelete
Hugs Kaz xx
Hi Cara he's adorable and a super design too.ReplyDelete
Loved the story of your mum's new tooth, typical male thought about it, but good for your mum, Kate x
What a great card!! Suitable for monsters of all ages 😃ReplyDelete
What super fussy cutting and a great background, love the image too, super for boys/men cards, I really need some boys/men images.ReplyDelete
What an adorable little green monster Cara.ReplyDelete
as usual you card is excellently created.
Love your wonderful background, and the cute monster.
Super drawing around the focal point.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.
Fun image, great sentiment and love the background and your doodling. Your card brought a smile to my face...love it xReplyDelete
Love this card with your cheeky monster. Great the way you have framed him and added such an appropriate sentiment!!ReplyDelete
This is a great card Cara - he's a wonderful little monster and not a bit scary but cute! The sentiment is perfect!ReplyDelete
Hi Cara, I'm going to have a look at this set he is gorgeous and so is the card. Happy creative week, Angela xXxReplyDelete
Love this Cara, it's a fab card!ReplyDelete
Your comment about beer made me laugh - oh how many beer cards could I have made with actual bottle tops if I'd collected Andy's empties!!
A card to raise a smile. Love it!!!
I really, really love this one! Such a fun and fabulous stamp and your background is gorgeous too. Some more Distress ink colours I need lol! xxReplyDelete
I am head over heels in love with this Monster card (obvs - you=bunnymad, me=monstermad!). I think your border is exactly where it should be, I like the little faded parts of the stencil peeking out from the border. CxReplyDelete