Saturday, February 4, 2012

Super Bowl Blog Hop - Day 1


It's BLOG HOP TIME!
The designers at Card a Day Blog are joining together to do a blog hop this weekend! The theme is Masculine cards! Let's not let the guys have all the fun on Super Bowl Sunday....let's get a little of our own fun in!
To join in....visit all the participating designers by visiting their sites, some are having prize give aways...so make sure you pop in! Make sure you comment on all the blogs too, because at the end of the weekend, they are going to send a list of all who commented on their blog, and we are going to do a grand prize drawing of all comments on each blog! Blog Hop Prize
So JOIN IN TODAY....comment on the main blog page, and visit the other hop pages and comment there too!

Today's card is a 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" card base. I used some pattern paper from American Crafts Metropolitan paper pad for my background.

 

My card today uses the Stampin' Up Extreme Snowboard stamp as the main image. After stamping my image I used a circle die to cut it out.  The large cog behind my stamped image is from the Cricut Accent Essentials cartridge.


I use the Stampin' Up Extra Large Double punch to punch the cogs up and I have a couple of them mounted on pop up dots for some dimension.  For the inside I added a piece of the pattern paper and another cog.  To make my cogs solid in the center I punched a circle and mounted the cog on top of the circle.

Here is my blog candy and the winner will be chosen on Monday.  

Blog Candy Contents:
Studio G Brag Book Photo Album
Studio G Flowers
Studio G Epoxy Stickers
Studio G Chipboard Words
Spool of Ribbon
Studio G Glitter Glue


Thanks for stopping by, but don't forget to leave a comment for the blog candy and to stop by the other blogs who are participating.


Recipe:
Paper: DCWV Cardstock - Green; American Crafts Pattern Paper - metropolitan; unknown scraps of white and black
Stamp: Stampin' Up Extreme Snowboard
Ink: Stampin' Up Basic Gray
Punch: Stampin' UP - Cogs Extra Large Double Punch, 1 " circle punch
Die: Nestabilities - Standard Circles Large
Cricut: Accent Essentials

24 comments:

Shirley Ross said...

awesome!

stbernard11 said...

very cool card and deff for a man/boy

Hetty said...

Absolute wonderful card. Love your background paper.

Cindy said...

Nice masculine card. Love the steampunk look!

Helena Lane said...

Nice card... always difficult for me to find masculine ideas. TFS

Kelly S said...

Great card! I love that patterned paper.

patti said...

I really like how you embellished the inside of the card also!

judyjstamper said...

great card Cindy!

Cindy-Up In Northern Michigan said...

Great card idea for the teenage boys in my life! Also, thanks for the chance to win a very generous blog candy package!

Creative Genie said...

Fun card, Cindy. Definitely a great one for the guys!!

Christine

Turtlelady~Sandy said...

Nice card for a teen male. TY
Sandy

turtlelover@firehousemail.com

Sheila said...

Any man or boy would love to receive that card. Thanks for sharing.

Esther W-B said...

Perfect masculine card - I love it!

Jennifer said...

Love your cool card!!! :) It would be perfect for one of my nephews on their birthday! It's so funny...I have the same cartridge (Accent Essentials) and didn't know they had those great cogs on it!

Thanks so much for sharing,

Jennifer
partridgelu at yahoo dot com

Vidette said...

I liked the stamp & paper used. You did a great job.

Sandy said...

I know some men that would love that card!

Vanessa said...

Love the background paper, great card!

Tina Campbell said...

Wow what a cool card! Great for a teenager.

Happyscrapin said...

What a great card for a man/teenage boy! Love the color combination you used, great job!
plese.cathy at yahoo dot com

inkytoes said...

always needing cards for tweens and teens. this is a great idea.

Norma said...

this card would be so great for my grandsons! they both snowboard.

bzyPTmom said...

Love the snowboarder stamp and the cog design--great card!

Kay said...

Great card!!

BobbisTreasure said...

Nice detail on the inside.

BobbisTreasure at aol dot com