Friday, March 13, 2009

A Masculine Birthday Card

Ok, all you bloggers out there, how do you come up with blog post titles? I am so title challenged it is not funny. I never know what to put in the title space. I spend more time trying to figure out what to put in there than typing my entire post.

Anyways, this is a birthday card I made for a male friend. I find masculine cards to be a challenge and almost always find myself reaching for Father Knows Best. This is the first time; however, I have used the circular tree image. I really like it. The grass is from Mountain Scenery.
I stamped the image on the inside as well. I like to continue the card on the inside using something that coordinates from the front. The sentiment is from Everyday Blessings.

I know my blog posts have been infrequent, that will change soon. I just need to get through this wedding. Ironically, I have more birthday cards to make in the month of March than any other month of the year. I am still creating, but struggling to find the time to post. To all of my blogging buddies on SCS, I am sorry I have not had the time to visit your blogs or participate in the challenges, but I intend to catch up. Please be patient with me. There is a light at the end of the tunnel!

Have a great day!


Stamps- Mountain Scenery (TAC), Father Knows Best, Everyday Blessings (Papertrey), Greetings (The Paper Company)
Paper-Kraft, New Leaf (Papertrey)
Ink- Palette Burnt Umber, New Leaf (Papertrey)


Gina Lindsay said...

Love your card, especially the one you popped out.

O know what you mean about blog post titles! They are the last part of the post for me.

Hopefully all the wedding plans are coming together smoothly.

Sara said...

Great card, I have such a hard time with masculine cards, I love this one

Dru said...

I think you did a great job with your masculine card - very elegant and definitely masculine. Love the owl too.

Amy J said...

I really like that tree stamp and you did a great job on this card!

Amy J

Kryssi said...

great masculine cards!!!

Jennifer Scull said...

you did a wonderful job with this card! love the stamps - so whimsical and fun! I am weird in that I happen to love making masculine cards - guess that is what happens when you're the only female in a house FILLED with guys!!!! they are always telling me if a card is too girly (which it usually is for their tastes! )

Katy Myhre said...

Very cute! I love the trees