Sunday, September 25, 2011

Pirate's ship.....male card

Hey Gang, a little something different for me today....I've been on a Krista Smith kick and you will see more very soon, I've been coloring up a storm...Speaking of storms, does this not look like the perfect pirate ship to you...I searched high and low in my limited cricut carts and this is the only image i found to represent pirates. And who would have guessed it would be perfect for a male card...I love how it turned out, not too busy but a little texture and some hardware...
Challenges I'm entering are:
http://fantabulouscricut.blogspot.com/search/label/Challenge%20Me%20Monday
Thanks
http://cricutblog.org/?p=1698 World Card-Making day Contest

Thanks for dropping by, and watch for the arrival of my two new stamp sets...should arrive in a weeks time....how exciting. Purchase now to get the best price before they arrive. Have a great day all...

8 comments:

Sabrina said...

This is a great pirate ship card! I love the black, silver and red colors you used, along with the corrugated cardboard paper.
Thanks for playing along on our pirate challenge this week at FCCB!
Sabrina
http://scrappinwithsabrina.blogspot.com

June Houck said...

Love this, Kim! As much as I admire your amazing coloring skills, it is nice to see you change it up a bit too :)

coops said...

brilliant male card kim.i love the fab pirate and ship and bold colours ;D

xx coops xx

Kate said...

This is such a super card! I love the bits of red that you've added. They're so striking!
Thanks so much for joining our "It's a Pirate's Life" challenge at Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog!
Kate
Small Bits of Paper

Tara said...

Love the texture on this card!
Tara

Jessica said...

Wonderful male card! I love the patterns and textures. You made "shimmery" masculine. :) Thanks for joining us at FCCB this week!

Jessica
FCCB DT

Stacie (craft-princess) said...

Oh wow! Love this male card! Such great textures and design!!

Creative Cutter Room said...

This is such a great card. Love all of the little details. Great job-TFS. Cathie