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 -


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.


  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

  2. He is cute. Great card mum

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

  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

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

  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

  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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