Monday, August 20, 2012

DDC # 25 - Mining for Silver

This week at Digi darlas our challenge for you is mining silver!  This is a great time to pull out all your wonderful silver embellishments.

I must admit... I was a bit stumped with this one... I really wasn't  sure what type of card to make.  I saw the beautiful creations from all the other DT members and was really not feeling up to their level.

Then I had a breakthrough.  I figured that this would be a great time for a masculine card.  Don't know why but silver "screamed" masculine to me lol.  So here's my card using the Western set (told you felt masculine :D)

To make this card I used Martha Stewart Punch pad paper.  I also used Label 18 and Label 14 from Spellbinder to cut the digi and the sentiment.  The paper is from my scrap piles.

Here's a closer look at my wonderful digi colored with copics and I also used my Prismacolor pencils for the silver of the revolver.

I hope that you have found this inspiring :D  And if just participating in our challenge was not fun enough you will also get the following wonderful digi just for playing with us at Digi darlas


I'm entering my card in the following challenges:
  1. Chocolate coffee cards - embossing
  2. Craft your days away - anything goes
  3. IDIC - use a digi
  4. The crafty pad - Dies or punches (I used dies)
  5. Whoopsi Daisy Challenge - include a sentiment

As you know now (it's been 3 wks ;D) there's another post coming after this one!  See you in a bit.

Vicky
xo






17 comments :

  1. Hello Vicky. This is a fabulous card. Love the background and that cool image. Just perfect for a Male card.
    Happy crafting.
    With love, Sandra xxx

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  2. Vicky you interpreted the challenge perfectly. Love the design.
    Hugs
    Desire

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  3. This is a great masculine card, I love the embossed silver background.
    Thank you for joining us at Whoopsi Daisy this week.
    Pauline
    x

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  4. It's perfect!! Great use of silver and awesome masculine card!!

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  5. There you go Vicky, you rocked this one. Love the background. joann sassy raggedy

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  6. That silver looks like metal too. Love the way you embossed it. Totally manly card. Some guy is gonna feel like a million. Hugs, Robin

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  7. Another great card Vicky! Thanks for playing at The Crafty Pad in our To Die For Challenge!
    Good Luck
    Hugs
    Dawn xx

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  8. I just popped back to say thank you for joining us at The Crafty Pad again this week.
    Pauline
    x

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  9. I LOVe this!! I love the embossed metal.. what a fantastic look! I love it!! What a great job coloring too!!

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  10. That silver embossed background is genius!

    Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Days Away for our Final Challenge - Anything Goes.

    Hugs

    Julie

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  11. love the shiny paper with embossing, thank you for joining our challenge at Chocolate, Coffee and cards, hugs, martina

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  12. A great male card, love the embossed metal
    Thanks for joining in the Whoopsi Daisy Challenge and good luck
    Janet

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  13. Great guy card. Love the silver embossed paper. That is a neat digi. Perfect sentiment. Thanks for joining us at Robyn's Fetish Challenges. Edwina

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  14. Love the digi you picked and the way you colored it! You aced the masculine card!

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  15. what a great card for a man here . fab use of die cuts , great image . thank you for joining us over at The Crafty Pad this week . Tina x

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  16. A great male card, love your embossed silver background. Thank you for joining us this time at Whoopsi Daisy. Hugs Christine x

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  17. Woohooo this is fab Vicky. Love the design with the embossed silvery paper and the gun. Thanks for playing at Whoopsi Daisy. Hope to see you back monday for a new challenge. Bettina xx

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