Sunday, 17 October 2010

The man's point of view?

Hello and a happy day to you,
Yesterday's card was for a female sort of person and today's version is for a male sort of person..................

I find chap's cards so tricky, my hubby thinks I try too hard and that some of my feminine cards are suitable for men, how weird is that? Perhaps he has a point  but when you set out specifically to make a male card you want it to work, correct?

Ah well, maybe I just don't have the knack, He he he, at least it's fun doing it. 
Today I used Tim Holtz stamps for the cityscape and a Hobby Art sentiment

Enjoy what's left of your Sunday and have a good week ahead TTFN :0)







17 comments:

Carolynne said...

Fab Card, love the shape. Enjoy the rest of your weekend

xx

Dotty Jo said...

Stunning, love that cityscape stamp - perfect for this style of card! Jo x

Doreen said...

Wow this is gorgeous, I think this could also be for a male or female card. It is fabulous.xxx

SYLVIA-ANNE said...

Hi MC - hope you are having a fabulous Sunday. I loved the female version of your triangular easel card, and I love this male version just as much - the TH stamps are perfect. I find it quite difficult to come up with male card ideas, as men don't seem to like fairies, glitter, or pink!! This one is stunning!!
{{{hugs}}} Sylvia xxx

Spardha said...

wow!.. awesome card!.. looove the stamp!.. perfect! :)

Netty said...

wowee its splendiferous, brilliant. Annette x

Emily Leiphart said...

Ok, well, I'm not a man but I would love this card! Maybe it's because I'm a city gal. This looks like the coolest pyramid I've ever seen! OMG, I so love it!!

Pops x said...

This is fab i love the design of this one, i think you make male cards brilliantly hugs Pops x

Kay Carley said...

I think this is a great card for a man - just wish I knew what i'm going to make for my Dad's birthday next week. I HATE doing men's cards!!

Kim Piggott said...

Oh wow this is fantastic!
hugs
kim x

Timi said...

That's a great card for men, I really like the shape.

Linda Robinson said...

I also have such a time with masculine cards..
This looks wonderful.. Love the shape..

Hope you are having a happy day..

Hugs, Linda

Jules said...

Sorry I haven't been around .. but I am on catch up at last .. .. yay!!!

This is a really artistic card. I love the shape and Saturday's project was equally stunning.

Great work.

Love Jules xx

craftimamma said...

At last I've made time for a lovely browse around your wonderful blog. My previous visits have been very brief. Lots of lovely makes and plenty of inspiration, speaking of which, I'm sorry to read about your 'sharing' being 'lifted' by someone. I can imagine how you felt.

I do like your new way of doing an easel type card and I haven't seen it anywhere else either. It works just as well for either male or female. I loved the soft greys used on your feminine version.

Thank you very much for your comment on my blog today. I really appreciate it and I know my Son will be chuffed when I show him.

Lesley Xx

NEEDLEWINGS said...

Gosh, this is wonderful!

joanne wardle said...

brilliant, the architectural structure of the card works perfectly with the images. perfect for a man.

Debbie Dolphin said...

fantastic design love it
love debbie xxx