Sunday, 13 June 2010

Another Fathers Day Card


On Wednesday I found the perfect stamp to make a Fathers Day card for my Husband...he's called Trophy Guy, the stamp, not my husband, and he is from Wild Rose Studio. I coloured the image with Copic markers and distressed the edges with distress ink. The trophy and rosette have been decoupaged and covered with glossy accents. The rattle and shoes have also been coated with glossy accents. The backing papers were bought in Hobby Craft, I cannot remember who they were by. I made the ribbon rosette using two widths of ribbon in co-ordinating colours. I just found a blog for cards for men and their challenge this week is to make a fathers day card, you can find "the challenge here"


Here's hoping that my hubby hasn't found my blog yet!

Catch you all later
Sue
x

8 comments:

The Crafty Den said...

Hi Sue, what a brilliant card for your hubby. Love the image and your rosette looks amazing. Thanks for the lovely comment on my dad's card. Hugs, Denise x

issy said...

Fantastic card, and this little guy is right on the moment..

Thanks for playing along with Cards for men this week and good luck in the challenge.

issy

The Crafty Den said...

What a fab man's card. Love the image and your colour scheme is perfect. Thanks for joining us at Stamptacular challenge this week. Hugs, Denise (GDT) x

Zoechaos said...

Fabulous! but where is his whistle? LOL. xx Zoe

Lesley said...

Lovely! Love all the layering and detail.
lesley x

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous card :-) I love the image ,, very cute and the papers and embellies are perfect ,, I love the rosette you made ,, fantastic ! :-)

thanks for joining the Simon Says Stamp Challenge :-)
luv
Lols x x

please consider turning off word verification x

Patricia St Martin said...

Really cute card. Great card for a guy. Just love your image. Thanks for playing with us at Cards for Men. Good luck on the Challenge.

Donnas Den said...

Great card. Love the rosette. Thanks for joining us over on Cards for men and good luck with the challenge.

Donna xx