Wednesday, March 19, 2014

SDC139: Masculine


One of our talented artists, R. Maria Sabina is our hostess this week:

''How many masculine cards did you make in the last month? I personally made zero cards. Masculine creations can be a real challenge. I challenge you to create something using the masculine theme. Keep the cuteness and bling away this time. Lock them in your drawer. Let's make men feel special at least once in a while with something made only for them''.
**Please read new rule instituted with this challenge-we will no longer be accepting digi stamp creations as part of our challenges.  Stampotique is a red rubber stamp company and we prefer to see creations with stamps versus those with digital creations.  These entries will be deleted and will not be eligible for the prize.  Thank you for understanding.**

IMPORTANT REMINDER:
Please read ALL RULES on the linkz page before linking your creation.
If you didn't follow the rules posted, you may have been deleted.  
Feel free to relink your creation with the correct information for a chance to win.

*No digi stamp creations please*

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R. Maria Sabina

Amanda Southern-March Guest Designer

Corrie Herriman 






Magda Polakow

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Kristen's favorites for the Green challenge are:
(please e-mail khowardga@gmail.com if you would like the favorites badge)


Love the back ground and all the different stamps used to make a gorgeous page.

The tag is amazing. Completely gorgeous colors and image. Very well balanced.

 Lovely ATC card, and a great use of the green color.

4 comments:

  1. Oh my, thank you Kristen for choosing my entry as one of your favourites, smiling a lot:-) xxx

    Congrats to Jools & Alison too:-) xxx

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  2. Great inspiration from the DT. Love lots of these. Hope to get some time to visit personally and leave love....

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  3. Oh wow - thank you so much! And congrats to the other winners - both amazing projects!!
    Alison xx

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  4. Great examples of masculine cards!

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