Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Stepper Card

Morning again. As I said earlier it's a double post Tuesday as today there is a new challenge over at Cardz4Guyz.

This week we would like to see your -

STEPPER CARDS

So any theme you like so long as the card is a stepper and MALE ORIENTED. For those of you who are not sure of the construction, here are a couple of You Tube tutorials to get you going. There are lots of others out there if you want to explore further.






 Here is my inspiration for the DT.


The image is 'In the Country' by LOTV and I coloured it using Copics. It looked a little plain so I added some extra fencing and burlap in the foreground along with some vegetation and a banner hanging on the fence. The backing paper was some Basic Grey from the stash.

Here is a close up to show the construction a little better.


OK the construction can be a little tricky but once you have mastered it, away you go, try it out, its only card! 
If you are inspired please check out the main site to see what the rest of the girls have come up with to tempt you.
Cheers for stopping by.

I shall enter the following challenges:-

The Mod Squad - Masculine Birthday
Crafty Calender - Anything Goes
Alphabet Challenge - N for Natural (Hessian)

7 comments:

  1. Wow! Love your card! It is gorgeous, beautiful colors and a lovely design!
    Hugs Kjersti:)

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  2. owww love both post you made today, love your colouring, hugs, Marion

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  3. This is so cool and how beautifully done !!

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  4. This is so cute Julie, I love that image and the fabulous scene you've created!! Thanks for joining us at Alphabet Challenge Blog!
    Tammy x

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  5. Brilliant - love how you have created this card and added all the embellishments

    Mines up on Alphabet Challenge if you have time to take a look

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  6. Awesome, an excellent DT project. I love your extended fencing. Thanks. Caz

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