Sunday, December 22, 2013

Christmas Card Challenge #4 -- Masculine

I'm pleased to welcome Leigh from to the full as an official follower to the blog. Leigh makes the most amazing cards and scrapbook pages and I've never seen anyonee who sews as good as she does on her cards.

It's Sunday which means there is a new challenge up at Christmas Card Challenges. This week's optional theme is to make your card masculine. Remember, though, that the only real rule to play along each week is to make a holiday or Christmas card. The optional challenges are just for fun.

Now I don't know that my card is very masculine but I thought maybe the colors in the paper might make it a little bit so.
***Supplies***

Thanks for your visit. Hard to believe that Christmas is right around the corner. I started my break yesterday and don't have to go back to work until the new year!
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8 comments:

Jeanne said...

Great masculine card, Alanna. I like that unique pattern paper and the bit of twine is an excellent final touch. Well done. I checked out your new follower's blog...looks neat! Congrats!

Leigh Penner said...

Wonderful card, Alanna! I think it would totally qualify as a masculine card!
Oh, and thanks for the warm welcome on joining your followers! You are so sweet & kind!

KayM said...

Ooooooh smashing card Alanna!! Definitely could be a masculine card, but still pretty enough for a girl too!

Joni nina Andaya said...

Awesome card Alanna! It's masculine to me. What a handsome card indeed :)

Tracey McNeely said...

Love this definitely masculine card Alanna! Merry Christmas to you and yours, enjoy the holidays!

Joyce said...

Definitely masculine. That paper is so fun. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Angie said...

Great card! I am impressed with how you used this piece of DP!!! I see a CASE in my future! Love the "peace"!

Donna Ellis said...

A wonderful seasonal collage, Alanna, and beautiful sentiment. Thank you for the inspiration, and Merry Christmas. Hugs, de