Friday, February 22, 2008

You Da Man!

Here it is challenge number #2 brought to you my yours truly! VMAA is underway over on amuseaddicts.com. Are you over there playing with us?

When I thought of this challenge, I thought geez it would be nice to get some more ideas for manly cards.... I'm not talking about little boy cards. I'm talking about ADULT Masculine cards. Then I tried stamping... Yikes. What a hard challenge this was for me. I think it's because I wanted to do a "serious" card. Well, I ended up with two cards... Let me know what you think!

Card #1:
So, I was going for the serious one here. I liked it when I did it and then I slept. And I'm not certain it's what I was going for. I saw a card done by Mark of Deadbeat Designs (local Texas artist) and he did the road thing that way so I had that in my mind. Problem is that my road doesn't really go anywhere.... I thought trees would seem "mature" and manly.

All images and cardstock by A Muse


Card #2:
I don't know a sole that golfs. It seems like engineers golf but I don't know any. Anyway, I used PENCILS on this to color... haven't done that in a long time! I used my new pencils...Koh-I-Noor Woodless Colored Pencils
They are one of Linda's favorite things and they work wonderfully.

All images and cardstock by A Muse



Are you enjoying our first ever VMAA? Let us know what you think!

7 comments:

Rhonda said...

Oooh, these are both super cool masculine cards!! I almost did a golf club card too!! I love the road you made on the top one!!

Heather said...

Very nice! Cool perspective in the "tree" one!

Karen said...

I like them both! I am seriously lacking in masculine stamps!

linda said...

Geeta,

I like the road... I wonder if you could make it go into a tunnel? Aren't those Koh-I-Noor pencils fun to work with? Don't drop them though or they will break.

adelina said...

very cool!

jenstamps said...

These are both great!!! The golf bag is so cute!

Pamela said...

I love both these cards. The road card is such a great idea. With this challenge I realized I am lacking in male oriented stamps.