Tuesday, 8 July 2014

DIY @ Cardz4Guyz

Morning all.
Is it really a week since the last challenge at Cardz4Guyz? Well it must be as its time for a new one. This week we would like to see male oriented cards and projects with the theme of -

DIY

OK, so who hasn't got a DIY nut in their family? Here is my post using an oldie but a goody, Messy Rabbit from  Joanna Sheen.



The DPs are from the Nit WIts collection 'Diggers and Dozers' and the peg board was stamped with a SU woodgrain stamp and heat embossed in detail white after being cut from kraft paper using a Sizzix die. Messy and his drill were coloured using Copics as usual and the screw heads are punched dots with a line of bleck Copic then scored. The card is laid out using the latest sketch at Sketch Saturday.


I shall also enter the following challenges-
Penny Black and more - Dies and Punches
OK, so why don't you pop over to the main site and see what the other DT members have designed for your inspiration, then join in.


7 comments:

  1. How cute is Messy Rabbit, he looks lovely on your card Julie.

    Thanks so much for joining in at Penny Black and More challenge.

    B x

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  2. He is cute. Great card mum

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  3. A lovely image and the tools surrounding are super!
    Thank you for joining at Penny Black and more! Gerrina, Guest-Designer

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  4. Oh super cute Julie, love the tools and peg board background - how perfect! Thanks so much for joining us at Sketch Saturday this week! Hugs Deb

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  5. Cute image, just perfect papers, lovely card.
    Thanks for sharing at Penny Black and more;-))m

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  6. Oooo what a great man's card, am loving that super DP and screw heads too.

    Thanks for joining us at Penny Black & More this month and good luck, Luv Sam x

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  7. Love it, Julie - this really made me smile and I love all the details you added.

    Thanks for joining us at A Gem of a Challenge.

    Helen N x

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