Tuesday, September 16, 2008


I won what I believe is the entire line of "Zach's Life" by Little Yellow Bicycle as part of my Gallery Idol prize. It is so nice to have some products that are "Boy" themed. So, to challenge myself since I have a hard time making masculine cards I came up with this. The reason it says "Dad" is because it was the only word that was short enough for me to use my "Big Deal Alphabet" set. LOL! I can always use a card for my Dad though or one for the kids to give to DH. I like how it turned out, not sure if it is completely "masculine", but hey I tried.

Anyone out there have a trick for Masculine cards, or can suggest a really good stamp set or paper line to use? I did just recieve "Just So Sporty" from Gina K designed by Melanie Muenchinger. I am sure this set will make some really good masculine cards. I have Wednesday off so hopefully I will be getting this new set all inked up and create lots of masculine cards. I have 2 brothers, my DH, my Dad and one of my boys b'days all coming up in the next few months. Guess I better get busy!!

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for being so kind about my "hair pictures" yesterday LOL! See you tomorrow with a fun 3D Design Challenge Project for our Sponsor of the month, Daily Window Bags!


Dawn said...

I think this card is great for a masculine card....not sure on other sets or papers yet, will have to think about that for a bit! Have fun playing tomorrow :)

Lea L. said...

This card is great Pam! I got the same kit...so I will have to try some cards with it at some point too! Wonderful job!


Heidi Van Laar said...

I struggle with masculine designs as well, so I was really happy getting the Zack's Life prize...it inspired me.
Love what you did with yours! Simple, but really cool.

Carla said...

Cute, cute! I think it's plenty manly. Man cards are hard!! Congrats on the big haul-lucky girl!!

The Wuthrich Family said...

Super card Pam...I love Little yellow bicycle! It has to be one of my favorite papers for the "men/boys"! Can't wait to see what else you create with it!