Wednesday, 3 September 2008

Managed another male card...just!

Hope you are all well on such a wet, cold, dark and blustery night. I like nights like this when I can be inside crafting and can be glad that I'm not outside in it!

I am on a mission to make some men's cards as well as cards for occasions other than just birthdays ready to try sell them for charity and I managed to make this Pink Petticoat card this evening despite finding mens cards hard to make and despite burning my hands and fingers this evening when I very stupidly grabbed, and picked up with both hands, a casserole dish I had just got out the oven! A couple of my fingers are starting to blister even though I ran cold water over them for 10 minutes. Still nothing is going to stop me crafting!

I think the card is lacking something but I don't know what. I want to add ribbons but I know I'll just make it look a bit girly! Maybe three eyelets or buttons in a row bottom right corner but not sure. If anyone has any suggestions please let me know! Thank you!!

xx

13 comments:

Natalie said...

The card is great as it is, I know what you mean about wanting to add things but not make it girly, I tend to use brads a lot on male cards. x

Ana Baird said...

I love the way your card is now Sarah! It's fantastic!

Han said...

This is lovely very quirky. I to use brads xx

CoventryAnn said...

lovin' your stamped cards Sarah, maybe eyelets, gromlet (if you have a Big Bite), or small buttons like the one below might do the trick!

Sarita said...

Hi Sarah,

Just dropping by to say hi as I have been away for a few days and am just catching up!

Thank you so much for your lovely comments on my blog about my little sketches-I have more in the pipeline just need more time to make them into cards!!

I love your latest card-I just can't do blokey cards as I love my bling too much!! And you home sweet home card is lovely too.

Will drop by again soon,

Love Sarita xxx

pickle said...

Great card sarah. I find men's cards difficult too!

OOOUUCCHHH!!
hope you fingers are feeling better.
kerry x

Ana Baird said...

Just popping in to say hi Sarah! hope you're keeping well. Take care.

Donna said...

This is such a cute card, i love the pink petticoat images and the scrapbook you made for your brother is excellent, i'm sure he'll treasure it. Donna x

Hi I'm Maria... said...

Hi Sarah, was just wondering if you were OK, as not seen you around for a while, sending you some ***sparkly vibes*** in case you need them.

Oh yes sorry forgot to say, I love your cards they are all fab, keep up the good work.


Maria (bubbles) do crafts

LINANNA DESIGNS said...

I love this card Sarah, I don't think its missing anything, its perfect! Hugs Linda x

Vicky said...

hi sarah...long time no see! hows you?! I have tagged you on my blog, when you get the time to come back and update us on what you have been up to. :) xx

All Pink girl said...

fabulous card ,fab colours and image ,Dawnx

Foxcraft said...

Lovely cards and stuff Sarah. Sometimes fibres can seem less girly than ribbons if you feel the need to tie something - otherwise I'd go for brads or eyelets for mens cards too.

xxxx Caz