Monday, 15 June 2020

Crafty Cardmakers Challenge #259 - Masculine

Hello everyone and welcome to my bloggy space. 
 A very special welcome to my new followers.  I am so pleased you decided to join me on my creative journey.

It's time again for a new Challenge at Crafty Cardmakers.  It is my turn to host this one, and the Theme is Masculine!  
As always, anything you care to create is fine as long as you follow our Theme and, please, link your project to the Challenge post and not to the main CCM blog.  Thanks.

Of course, I created a card.
I used Kaisercraft paper for the base of my design ..  
.. and added some texture paste through a stencil for a little more interest to the background.
I then created the cluster with a scrap piece of Prima paper, fussy cut clocks, die-cut cogs and a small wooden gear.
The Best Wishes chippie is by Scrapmatts.
Would love it if you could pop over to the CCM blog and take a look at the fabulous creations by my Teamies.  You will find some wonderful inspiration there as well as the link to the Challenge.  I sincerely hope you will join in the fun and am looking forward to seeing what you create.

Crafty Cardmakers Challenge #259 - Masculine

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  1. This is such a wonderful card Margaret, the collage is just perfect and the white embossing and die cut circles create such a lovely backdrop. Love this! Hugs, Anne xxx

  2. Brilliantly designed and love how you always use your cogs, which are also a fav of mine to use when I can..xx

  3. Steampunk rules!!
    Love this card, so neatly thought out.

  4. Brilliant composition as always, and I love the drama of the shadowy dark background with the white textured accents stencilled against it - a fabulous card. Sorry I've not been visiting much - busy with new stamp release - but hopefully getting back to normal for a while now.
    Alison x

  5. A great challenge Marg. Right in your league with the masculine theme. I like the textured background, the layering and especially the fussy cut clocks. Fabbo! x

  6. Once again Marg you have mastered the masculine theme! Beautifully created; loving the texture the stencil gives, and the layered focal point is awesome! Hugs friend, karen o


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