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Sunday, September 21, 2014

Always Time For Golf - Challenge # 90 at 613 Avenue Create

Time for a new challenge at 613 Avenue Create and this week our Anything Goes Challenge has a twist -  Create Your Own Challenge using a chart of different elements. You need to choose at least one item from each of the five columns. It's not hard so why not try adding the twist to your entry this week. We have three fabulous sponsors this time around.....Inky Impressions, Fitztown and Lee's Digi Shop.
I chose this great male image of an older golfer called Golfing PaPaw from Inky Impressions to make my card this week.

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Here is my card........ using the following items from the chart below....
Image, Patterned Paper, Diecut, Embossing (wet or dry), Stitching (real or faux), buttons, Paper Punch

Recipe:
SU Old Olive cardstock
White cardstock from stash
DP is from Kraftyhands
Image is from Inky Impressions - Golfing PaPaw
Sentiment is from SU
Nestie Standard Circle Dies ~ large
Sizzix Embossing Folder
Punches - large oval and wide oval
Memento black inkpad
Copic Markers
Brown Marvy Marker (the stitching)
Buttons from stash
D/S Tape roller
Foam Dots


 



We would love to see you dropping off an entry into the challenge this week and someone will be along to leave you a comment too. The rest of the DT and I would love to see you visit our blogs too.
Thanks for dropping in,
Take Care,
Hugs,
Sandy


5 comments:

  1. Sweet image, love your choice of colors and DPs for a masculine golfer look! I really like the layout too!

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  2. Hi Sandy
    great masculine card . Perfect image and colour combo
    hugs Shirley

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  3. After the cute image, my eye was immediately drawn to the round of green grass and I enlarged it to see if you had embossed it... yep, you did! I love that texture and the feel of the "green" next to him - super creative! The other great element in your design is the trio of old, wooden (?) buttons... very masculine - nicely done Sandy!
    ~ginny
    RubberMAD

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  4. stunning male card sandy.i love your golfer and the papers and buttons are fab :D

    xx coops xx

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  5. He looks qutie happy and relaxed, Shirley. And all the embellies and papers match so brilliantly. You are just plain awesome at making cards for men.

    Love,

    Monica

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