Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Clive is 50

Good morning all.
Today sees the start of an other new challenge over at Cards4Guyz.
This week our theme is -

SPEED

So, I had quite a few ideas about this topic but in the end decided to share a card that I made for a friend of my daughter's, whose husband Clive, was going to be 50.


She wanted a card that showed a green mini with a monochrome union flag on the roof. Just like his real car! I immediately knew that the MFT car die would be just the thing, so using some glossy green cardstock and some other scraps, I got a' die cutting! 
Making the car was the easy part but how to make an interesting card? In the end I used a street sign theme, making a 50mph sign and directional name ( there is a place Clive not far from us) die cut with more MFT dies. The road was cut from charcoal grey card and I added some free cut white lines. Some NitWits papers complete the scene.

OK, that's about it from me. Please check out the rest of the team for more great inspiration and then why not join in this week?

I'd like to join in over at -

That Craft Place - Anything Goes

no toppings this time

Creative Knockouts Challenge - Die cuts and/or punches

Daring Cardmakers - A need for Speed


8 comments:

  1. Fantastic, my husbands first car was a mini. Thanks for joining in at Daring Cardmakers. x

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  2. Fab card! I know it was appreciated.

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  3. This is so great Julie, you are full of such fabulous ideas!! My first car was a mini, it was, what Martin used to call, calf scour brown!! Hope Max got on ok at the vet's xxx

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  4. This is so great! I love it! What a fun masculine birthday card. Thanks for playing along with us at Seize the Birthday!

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  5. Fun and creative card Jules! xx

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  6. Cool idea - and so many details you have taken care of!

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  7. Jules.. I am jealous with your car...its soooo wonderful...any man will love your card...may I tell you ..you are great at feminin and Masculin card maker...I ADORE THIS..hugs.Monika

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  8. You've done an amazing job on the car...it's wonderful!

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