i made this shaped card for my dad; i’m very lucky not to be constrained by the stereotypical masculine cards because the men that i create for like anything i make, including items with ribbon and glitter on them. i’m submitting this to the anything goes theme at the basic grey challenge, the shaped card theme at marianne’s design divas and the shaped theme at christmas cards all year ’round. thanks for popping by and thank you to linda duke for the inspiration.
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Gorgeous Linda, you could also enter it at
Fab-U-lous! I think most guys appreciate any handmade card made by someone who loves them. This is gorgeous, not ‘feminine’ per se…so I am sure your Dad is gonna love it totally. Makes me think ‘frosty’….brrrr. TFS
Awesome! It’s so funky and yet elegant, and the poinsettia is fantastic.
Oh wow!! This is so pretty! So many elements to it that just make you go wow!
LUSCIOUS and fantastic. Love the colours and glamour of it all xxx
This is really yummy Linda, I really do love blue and green together and the sparkle really makes it pop.
This is so pretty Linda. Love the colors you used, gorgeous design and papers. That’s just wonderful that the men in your life love all the glitters and flowers etc. I think mine do to, at least no male receiver has complained yet about the cards I sent them, and there is always ribbon and glitter on mine too.
Gorgeous card Linda! LOVE all the diecuts and glitter. I am lucky too that the men in my life don’t mind glitter and ribbons – makes the cards MUCH easier to make.
A wonderful card which I’m sure your Dad will adore. Great use of Marianne’s dies. Thank you for joining us at Marianne Design Divas this month. Good luck!
What a n absolutely gorgeous card. It is just stunning!
Thanks for the follow…off to look for your button and follow you back.. IIhad a problem getting the challenge URL’s to hyperlink yesterday so marked it in the comments…but I got it sorted today…Just seemed yto be a one day Blogger problem!
Such a beautiful card. Thanks for joining us @ CCAYR. X
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