Friday, February 1, 2013

Masculine?

This was for my nephew in his late 30's, he is quite the outdoorsman, so I hope he liked this and it was masculine enough :)



K&co.-- Flora & Fauna diecut cardstock and vellum (bird images and sentiment tag)
7 Gypsies-- Conservatory paper

This card didn't take long at all to make, but it is one of my favorites!

We had some errands to run yesteray and when we were getting ready to leave the mall we looked outside and you could barely see the parking lot the snow was coming down so hard, it was so pretty, I was thankful that the roads were not bad driving home, heard later there were a few accidents but our drive home was very good.

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend,
Stay warm,
Thanks so much for stopping by,
Connie

5 comments:

Stephanie said...

Connie, I love this one! And I think it's masculine :)
You are amazing with your cards!

Hugs,
Stephanie

Kat White said...

Hi Connie I am glad i don't live in the snow anymore. We live just below the snow of the Sierra Mountains. I can't stand the ice and dirty snow. LOL! It is pretty to go to it and build a snowman or sled and then come home to our house 1/2 hour away.
I used to live in NY when I was a child and would wait for the school bus in the cold winter snowy days brrrrrrrr! so cold.
I hope you had a nice shopping day at the Mall and I can't wait to see what you make with your beads from the bead box. HUgs

Kat White said...

the card is really nice I Love it and I am sure he will to. Love the birds the the saying. Hugs

Monika/Buzsy said...

Very pretty Connie. Love the beautiful birds. It can be masculine or anything it needs to be... the script background paper is awesome.

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, my, it's very beautiful and I should think it would be wonderful for your nephew. I'd love this for any guy I know.