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Blogger's Challenge 52 - Manly Themed

Here is my second try at the Blogger's Challenge. This weeks was a Manly Themed Card. This is my first try with this stamp. It is a PSX stamp that I found in Hobby Lobby several months ago & had just stuck it in a drawer. (Again sorry for the so-so photo).

This is a really simple card. I stamped the image and colored it in with Prismacolor pencils & Gamsol. Then I used Beate's weekend sketch from this past weekend.

Supplies: Stamps - PSX and Wisecracks; Paper - Bazzill and Wubie Prints.

Comments

  1. Very handsome. Love it. TFS! XO, Mimi

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  2. This is wonderful. Love how you put the map piece in behind the focal image. Your coloring is fabulous - great "manly" card.

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  3. Great card, Suzanne. What a great idea with the "map" paper as a layer. It looks fabulous with your ships. TFS

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  4. The added touch of the map really adds to your card.

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  5. The ship is awesome, but the added touch of the map patterned paper makes this card extra special. Great job!!!

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  6. great card - love the pp with this as well! perfect!!

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  7. This is just beautiful! (in a manly way of course...) I especially love the little bit of map showing. Great job!

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  8. The Map BG is a unique idea with the ship. Ships are my fav. Super job on coloring the image.
    Connie Paxman

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  9. This is so pretty - I love the use of the map paper. Your card makes me want to go sailing again.

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  10. This is such a "calming" card and just wonderful. The sailing image is gorgeous and I too love the map paper, it just makes this card extra special.

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  11. "Come sail away...come sail away, come sail away with me!" That was the first thing I thought of when I saw your card! Wonderfully done!

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  12. Love your card Suzanne! Your image is colored perfectly and I like how you used the map paper! :D

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  13. Great colors and love the map. Excellent detail!

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  14. This card is PERFECT! I love the DP and your image and layout. Perfectly balanced. TFS!

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  15. Ooooh, a sailing card, how gorgeous. Love what you did with this challenge Suzanne.

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  16. Gorgeous coloring!!!! This card is so beautiful! And it makes such a great masculine card, excellent work!

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  17. Simply stunning! Great masculine card...great stuff with no fluff. Love your coloring.

    Jane
    SBS4

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  18. I always love boat stamps...great job with this challenge!

    Connie

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  19. gorgeous card, love the image so perfect for a masculine card

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  20. What a wonderful card, looks really card!

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  21. This is wonderful! Soothing, calm, serene....AND masculine! The map IS perfect as a layer.

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  22. This is absolutely beautiful! What a great refreshing card! Great job with the challenge!

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