Tuesday, 10 June 2014

A Child's Birthday

Morning all. 
It's Tuesday so it must mean a new challenge at Cardz4Guyz.
This week the lovely Janice has chosen the theme of -


This is my inspiration for the DT. The layout is based on this weeks Sketch Saturday Challenge.
It uses a NBUS (never before used stuff) stamp from LOTV - Tree House. The sentiment is also LOTV and the papers are NitWits- Summer Splash.

I used Copics to colour the image and finished the layout with three buttons from the stash.

OK, now it's your turn. Visit the rest of the DT to see what they produced and then have a go. We know there are plenty of cardmakers making guyz cards after the last challenge had more than 60 entries! So no hiding your light under a bushel!!!

I shall also enter the following challenges:-
Crafty Little Fairies - Spots and Stripes
LOTV - Male or Sport
Sketch Saturday 

Don't forget you can also enter the challenge over at Fantasy Stampers as their challenge is For the Boys.
Just make sure it's not a digi, despite the title it doesn't have to be Fantasy!


  1. What a gorgeous card, Julie! I love the gorgeous bright colours and the clouds look fabulous!

    Thanks for joining our Lili of the Valley June Challenge!

    Good Luck!


    Erica x

  2. What a cute stamp. Great colouring as ever.

  3. Jules, your colouring is just stunning. A bright and fun card x

  4. Wow ... your coloring is AMAZING! Loll xx

  5. Awesome coloring on this card :)

  6. Fabulous bright colours, awesome colouring skills. Thanks. Caz

  7. great work Jules.. well done (BTW have joined your blog too) Shaz in oz.x

  8. Love this Julie - the bright fun colors and image are so perfect - a bit of summer. Thanks so much for joining us at Sketch Saturday this week! Hugs Deb

  9. What a lovely card... your colouring is amazing, I love it! Thanks for joining us at Sketch Saturday!
    ;-) Alex H.

  10. Fab card and amazing colouring! Thank you for playing at Crafty Little Fairies xxx


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