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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Viva La Verve - July

Hi folks,

well, I found my way back into the craft room to finish up a set of four masculine birthday cards for the July Viva La Verve Challenges. Rather than publish them all separately, I've decided to put them all into one post. So here you go!

For the week 1 sketch:



For the week 2 sketch:


For the week 3 sketch:


And finally, week 4:




card details:

  • papers: Graphic 45 "A Proper Gentleman"
  • stamps: Verve "Big Wish", "Birthday Bash", "Wordy Birds"

challenges for these cards:
Thanks for stopping by folks! Hope you are all having a lovely day!

11 comments:

♥♥♥Jan ♥♥♥ said...

Masculine cards are my favorite, I admit. I couldn't pick a favorite from these, they are all just my kinda thing !! Great job. Thanks for playing with us at Papercraft Star this week !! (hope to see you again !)

Benzi said...

These are awesome, masculine cards. Love the houndstooth, too. That is some Graphic 45 paper. So glad you joined the Tuesday Throwdown this week.

Davi said...

VERY nice set of man cards!! Love the colors and your images. Thanks for sharing with us at TT this week :)

RiNNE said...

Love all the different shapes and regal feel of these cards!

Gloria Westerman said...

These are so masculine....awesome job....my DH would love these....thank you so much for playing with us at PCC/TMIT

Stacey G.- 2 Craf-t-4u said...

Great guys cards! Love the vintage feel of them! Thank You so much for joining us at Sentimental Sundays this week!

Sonia said...

Hi!
Great creation! this is a wonderful job!... Thanks for joining us at Paper Cupcake/TMIT this week.
Hope to see again soon.
Good Luck!
-Sony
Sonia-Studio60

Regan said...

Fabulous masculine cards, great work! Thank you for playing along with us at Papercraft Star!

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

These are just fabulous!

Lauren said...

Such a cute set! Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown!

Lauren

Deedee Anderson said...

A fantastic set of masculine cards. Love the vintage feel of them. Thanks for sharing this at Tuesday Throwdown. :-)