Monday, 16 January 2017

Anyone for Golf!

It's time for a new challenge at Ooh La La Creations and the theme for the next fortnight is For a Man or Boy.

I have used a topper and papers from the All Dressed Up CD again, this time I have used one of the masculine collections.


I cut the golf topper out with an oval die and created a layer of decoupage.  I added distress ink to both the topper and the papers to create a more vintage feel.  The sentiment is from Kraftwork cards and I made my own card candi.


Make sure you pop over to the Ooh La La Creations Challenge Blog and check out the DT inspiration, we would love for you to join us for our For a Man or Boy Challenge.

Thank you for calling today, your company is much appreciated.

Pauline
x

33 comments:

aussie aNNie said...

You sure have an awesome collection of CD's, love this as it's different and colours are great.xx{aNNie}

Janice said...

Great card Pauline - and a CD I'd not even heard of - but I've loved your last two cards from it! Jx

meg said...

Love it Pauline

Wynn Walton said...

Great ideas here Pauline. Lots of inspiration.....love this card. Wynn x

coldwaters2 said...

Fabulous choice of images and papers Pauline perfect for a male who loves his sport
hugs
lorraine x

Margarets designer cards said...

Wonderful card, love your design, a card for males of any age

Deloris said...

Fabulous masculine card! Love it!

Gibmiss said...

Great mans card Pauline
Hugs Sylvie x

Valerija said...

Fabulous card.
Valerija xx

scrAPpamondo said...

Beautiful card, love the design!

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

A fabulous card Pauline, such a great image.

Sue xx

Jane Willis said...

A perfect card for a golf fan, and in a lovely masculine colour scheme. And home made candi too - how do you make that?
Jane

Jennifer Bradley said...

Great card Pauline, love the outfit and how you have arrange it. A perfect card for o=all those golfers out there. Hugs Jennifer xx

Pat said...

Lovely card Pauline, great topper and papers.

Pat xx

pst said...

Beautiful masculine card and the layering is a great addition to give it something extra.
Hugs, Petra

Ans Gilbert said...

Hi Pauline,
you made a very classy masculine card, love the toppers and paper..
hugs,
Ans x

Karin van eijk said...

fab and great card Pauline
Gr Karin

Janice said...

Fabulous male card Pauline. The topper and papers go so well together.
Janice x

Rainey's Craft Room said...

These CDs are a great resource for male cards and this is fabulous. I love the vintage colours and design.
Lorraine

Lorraine said...

A brilliant male card, Fab design and papers
Lorraine x

crafty-stamper said...

Another brilliant masculine card
Carol x

rachel said...

perfect - great card Pauline! Hugs rachel x

Sue said...

Love it, does have a vintage feel to it. Such a smart looking card.

Hugs
Sue

Kathleen said...

Brilliant creation and a superb card for a male golfer.

Kath x

cuilliesocks said...

Fabulous card Pauline, super topper and great design too, Kate x

MaryH said...

Another perfect 'guy' card. Some golfer is going to just go nuts to get this as a birthday card. Love all the tiny details like the hangers for the golf attire, and how cool, to add the shoe background paper to match the embellies (or embellies to match the paper?!) Delightful. TFS

Barb said...

A really fun card Pauline. I like this a lot. Barbxx

Daffodil Cards said...

Your cards are so wonderful, LOVE this masculine card and it's fab layers.
Faith
x

Fiki said...

wonderful card!
hugs, Ŧĭƙĭ
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Linby said...

Love the dimension you've added to this card, never thought to look on that cd for male images! A great card and a wonderful layout.

Olga Fink said...

I love your cards so much! Perfect design!
xoxo Olga

Pia S said...

I love making cards for boys and men, but for the teens I think it's hard to come up with new ideas, don't want the cards to be too cute or too grown up. This design even works for that tricky age group.

Princess Judy Palmer said...

This is a neat card, but isn't that outfit rather tame for a golfer? I always thought wild patterns and colors were the thing.