Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Clear It Out Mid Challenge Card

The challenge on the Clear It Out Blog this week is to make a “manly” card using 2 or more patterned papers.  So with that in mind, and with inspiration from my DH, I came up with this card.  My stash includes paper from  the Tim Holtz Idea-ology Paper Stash DESTINATIONS and a digital stamp from Dude Time Doodles (colored with copics B93, B95, B97, E0000, E13, E95, W-0).  The round digital sentiment is one that I made and it will be available for FREE on Friday so make sure to drop by and pick it up.  I used pop dots to adhere the ‘dude’ and sentiment, and bent the edges of the sentiment up a little to add some depth.  A little faux stitching was added to finish it off.


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And here’s a look at the inside …


Our sponsor this time is Dude Time Doodles. The randomly chosen winner will receive a $10 gift certificate to spend at the Dude Time Doodles store.  So pop on over to Clear It Out and check out what the DT has made and we'll help you clear out your stash.

This makes card #29 of the 100 cards in 100 days challenge.


Liz said...

Oh what a great card I love the wording you came up with can't wait till friday to grab it.

~ Sharon ~ said...

Thanks so much, Liz. So glad you like the sentiment.

Sandy Trefger said...

Ha, ha! Great manly card! Love your coloring of the image and the papers are perfect! And the sentiment and way you put it in a circle is great!
~Sandy, Clear It Out DT
sandy's crafty creations

Sharron aka Sharrahug said...

Love your manly card, Sharon! Made me laugh at the sentiment you made. LOL (my hubby doesn't drink coffee so that would be me looking for my fill up....LOL)
Huggies ~
your CIO teamie :)

Bexx said...

That is FANTASTIC. Where'd you get the picture of my husband!?

~ Sharon ~ said...

Haha, Bexx. It's a great pic isn't it. I just knew I had to use it when I saw it. Thanks for your comment.

~ Sharon ~ said...

Thanks, Sharron. I'm glad you stopped by.

~ Sharon ~ said...

Thanks for all your kind comments, Sandy. I hope you stop by again soon.