Saturday, July 24, 2010

Speedy the Cats' Friends Challenge #13 - Make it Masculine!

Happy Saturday everyone! It's time for another Speedy the Cats' Friends Challenge - Claudine challenged us all to make a masculine card this week -

I'm sneak peaking a new stamp set that will be released in Mid August - it's called Regal and Proud and is just perfect for masculine cards don't you think? Nothing like the good old out-of-doors scenes!


This is a real clean and simple design - no layers accept the framings - I stamped the images in black on white card stock - masked different areas with torn pieces of Eclipse tape and sponged on the colors to sort of coincide with the levels of the image. This could be a congratulations card - a good luck card or a birthday card right?

Come on over to Marks Finest Papers Blog and link your masculine card there. You could win an MFP stamp set!!

If you load your card on Split Coast please use Speedys Friends in your keywords.

Stamps: Marks Finest Papers - Regal & Proud (to be released in August)
Paper: White - PTI, Black - SU
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Old Olive, Sage Shadow & Baja Breeze - SU
Accessories: sponge, Eclipse tape

11 comments:

jdmommy said...

What a fabulous masculine card for the challenge! Your sponged colors are wonderful!

Pat (mspfd) said...

Julia, this is a spectacular creation. What an awesome scene.

Vicki Dutcher said...

Fabulous scenery card!

Claudine Poch said...

Very nice scene and masculine card!

Anne said...

Beautifully done Julia!! Great technique!

Joanne Travis said...

Love the coloring and shading on this fabulous one layer card. So beautiful, Julia!

Riet said...

So wonderful card Julia,i love the image.
So beautiful colours.

Hugs Riet.xx

Liz Williams said...

I have to admit your fingers on the top card got my attention right away, but I like this one too. The colors are beautiful.

maryr917 said...

this is a great masculine card julia-great new stamp set as well

Peggy said...

Beautiful scene you have created! Stunning card!

Edna Morrisedie said...

That's a cool sentiment, I love the scene's you build, this one is very calming in a way!