June 13, 2011

Monday's THEME Challenge: MTC9: Father's Day / Masculine

It is time for our Monday Theme Challenge!!! First our winner from last week... my kid sister, Jackie-Lou won the Graduation Theme challenge!!! Thanks for playing girlie!!! Here is her card:

You can click on the picture to get to her blog..... post a comment or two, letting her know how she has my coloring genes... LOL!!! Just kidding sis, you have your own beautiful way of coloring!!! Luv Ya!!! Here is your badge to display proudly on your blog girlie....


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Now for this week's Theme Challenge... the theme this week is very much appropriate for the upcoming occasion.....

{{ FATHER'S DAY }}

Yep, we chose this theme because it'll help us create our cards for our Father's Day... lol!! But we wanna see yours too... so we hope you come n' play along. Here is the prize for this week's challenge - a Brand New Clear Stamp set of Hanna Stamp's Pirate Hanna:

Here's how to play....

  1. Create your Project for a Father's Day theme. You can create anything, it doesn't have to be a card.
  2. Please create new project, not one that has been created prior to today's date.
  3. Post your creation on the web. (Blog, Gallery, Flick'r, Photobucket, etc.,).
  4. Copy (ctrl + c) the link to your project by right clicking on your blog's title post, and then paste (ctrl + v) it to the section below by clicking on the blue "Add Your Link" button below.
  5. Deadline to submit the link to your creation will be on Sunday, May 19th, 12 pm, Hawaii Standard Time.
  6. Winner will be announced next Monday, within the same post of the NEW Monday THEME Challenge.
Happy Crafting!!

Here are the DT's samples of Father's Day cards....

By Ali:


By Pene... check out her blog for the template that she used for this adorable button down shirt.


By me....
The truck image I used on my card was a freebie digital image, drawn and is a freebie given out by Paula of "Handmade by Paula". Thank You, Paula for this beautiful drawing!!! I love it!! Colored with my Copic Sketch markers, and kept it real simple.

Hope you all have some time to play along with us....




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