Sunday, March 8, 2015

Masculine Birthday

My project today is standard A2 card.  I used my favorite cardstock, Stampin' Up!  Just love how well it cuts with my Cricut machines.  Colors are: Taken with Teal, Dusty Durango, Basic Grey, and Whisper White.  The 4-wheeler is from Cricut "Outdoor Man."  My sentiment is from Jaded Blossom "So Many Birthdays."  I popped up the sentiment with Stampin' Dimensionals and my 4-wheeler is attached with an Action Wobble! SO FUN!!


I plan to enter 5 challenges with this card.  Wish me luck, LOL!
Action Wobble Challenge- Birthday Bash
Always Playing with Paper- Challenge #26(Chance to Fly/Orange, Teal, Gray, White)
BBTB2-Use a Cartridge you haven't used in a long time (my fist time to use this cart and have had it   for a really long time. Well over 6 months!)
DieCuttinDivas-March Sketch Challenge
JustUsGirls-Word Week-Masculine



Hope you like my card.  See you next time.

9 comments:

Ina said...

Great male card with those colours and layers. Thanks for sharing it with us at Just us Girls this week.

Nancy said...

Super card! I agree...SU cardstock does cut nice on my Cricut too! Thanks for sharing your awesome card with us at JUGS~

Lesley said...

Hi Leah! I love what you did with the colours. Super cute masculine birthday card! Thank you for joining us at The Challenge!

Kim Heggins said...

This is one fabulous card...what a wonderful image too! Thank you so much for playing along with us at The Challenge.

Kelly Plamondon said...

What a great masculine card! I love those weebly/wobbly thing-a-majigs lol. Thank you for joining us at this week's BBTB2 challenge!
-DT Kelly

Caroline said...

I love the colors you used on your card. This is such a great guy card and the four wheeler has to be so great on a wobble. Thanks for joining us at BBTB2.

Brenda said...

Such a fun masculine birthday card! I love the color combo. Thanks for joining us at BBTB2 ;-)

Nance E Salkeld said...

Great masculine card! Really cute scooter. Thanks for playing The Challenge!

Lee Ann Barrett said...

So fun, Leah! What a fabulous idea to put the bike on an Action Wobble! Thanks so much for sharing with us at The Challenge!




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