Thursday, 1 February 2018

Cereal Killer

Hello.  Welcome.  The first of the month and the blogosphere is bursting out all over with new challenges.  Over at the Lost Coast Portal to Creativity the challenge is Boys, Boys, Boys.  I heard you groan!!  But I'll tell you what, with the lovely men and boy stamps from Lost Coast Designs and Carmen's Veranda I am seriously finding my male side.  I went all kraft and brown and blokey.

Don't you just love those Carmen's Veranda sentiments.  They just crack me up.  Do hop over and check them out, but I advise not to drink coffee whilst reading.  It just gets so messy!!  I paired my sentiment with this wonderful new image from Lost Coast Designs - American Gothic Steampunk.  For today's project he left his female companion at home.  I also used Lost Coast Designs Drips and Grunge Border 3" for the background stamping.  I actually used an empty cereal box for my kraft card for the panel and my fussy cut bloke and then mounted my panel on a kraft card base. 

You can join the fun and link up your stamped makes featuring a boy and/or man image for a chance to win some Lost Coast dollars.  See you there.  Hugz

My bloke is joining the fun at
Scrappiness Utfordring 1 - Noe Gammelt og Noe Nytt recycled cereal box, new stamp
Scrappegarasjen Utfordring 41 - Kraft Kartong
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
Double D Challenge - Kitchen is the Heart of the Home he's ready to baste the turkey
One Crazy Stamper Challenge - Anything Goes


  1. This is fab Gail, great fun and I love this new stamp. Have a very happy February, Sue xx

  2. What a fab sentiment that is. I can relate to that on a daily basis. fun card and love your grungy colours. Hugs Mrs A.

  3. What a fun card !
    Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge this week.

    Jo x

  4. Love his masculine card!! An the sentiment too funny! Thanks for joining us over at One Crazy Stamper!

  5. Love your card! Thanks for joining us at Scrappiness. DT Bente-Heidi


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