Friday, 25 April 2014

One for the boys

Hi Everyone,

Hope you are all having a great week end and managing to fit in some crafting :)

One of the challenges that appealed to me this week was making a card for a Boy, i always struggle a bit with male cards and figured this would be a good opportunity to push myself to make another. I have had this image by C C Designs for ages, C C Designs were the first digital stamps i ever purchased and i have not used any of them for ages so this felt like it was meant to be in a way :)

For this card i used:

C C Designs Image
Designer paper i have had in my stash
Card stock from stash
Spellbinders dies (Circle, Scalloped Circle and snowflakes)
Clear Star Gelly Roll
Copics: 0, C1, RV32, Y13,YG23, YG25, B23, B45, BV11, G02, E13, E15, E17, E37, E50

I would like to enter this little chap into the following challenges:

Thank you for taking the time to visit and i really do enjoy and appreciate any comments left.

Love Jox


  1. This is a great card Jo - love the un-Christmassy colours as well as the cute little image. Wonderful design layout.

    Thank you so much for joining us over at the OSAAT Challenge this week, lots of luck to you.

    Hugs Sue Pxxx DT member

  2. Sweet card Jo. I love the sparkle and yet it still is masculine.

    Thank you for joining out challenge at OSAAT this week. Good Luck.

    Lynn, OSAAT DT

  3. so gorgeous jo.fab image and i love your layers and papers :D

    xx coops xx

  4. What a sweet card! Thank you for joining us at One Stitch at a Time, although I'm not sure what your "Favourite thing" is... that great CC stamp? Hope you'll consider joining our new challenge this week. Best, CG

  5. Your card looks great and thank you for joinng us at The Paper Shelter.
    Hugs, Marianne

  6. Cute card!!
    Thanks for playing along with us at TPS and good luck in the draw...

  7. Such a cute card! I love the glitter you put on the ornaments and snowflakes. This is an adorable image! Thanks for joining us at Christmas at Sweet Stampin' this month! Hugs, Gail