Monday, 19 October 2015

LIM week 246 Masculine

This week it is "theme" week on Less is More challenge blog and the theme is "masculine". I had this piece of brusho background that I had put through a wood effect embossing folder and been toying what to do with it. So this seemed like the perfect challenge for it. I cut out the sentiment using a Tattered Lace Die, and thought it looked like it could be carving on a tree?
The fox is a new die I got from Marianne - I couldnt quite capture him on the larger photo so here he is in close up.


I used a snippet of black card and a snippet of orange for the fox so off to show the girls in the Snippet Playground where I was lucky enough to win a super set of SU stamps last week, so excited to get them.


11 comments:

Faith A said...

What an elegant masculine card and beautiful too.

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Barb said...

What a gorgeous card l really like this a lot.

Chrissie said...

Love the texture and the die-cutting Linby!
Great guy card!
Thanks so much
Chrissie
"Less is More"

Di said...

Lovely card Lynn! Such a sweet little fox too :)

Pleased you're happy with the Playground win, all packaged and ready to post to you ASAP. And, your comment did actually publish - it went onto the Sparkles card blog post but I spotted it anyhow!

Hugs

Di xx

Sazzle Dazzle said...

A fabulous arty background Linby, love the colours and all that texture just set that little fox off brilliantly
thanks so much for sharing and taking part.
Sarah xx
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LesleyG said...

Lovely card, masculine or not, does look like wood carving xxx

SARN said...

Fab snippets card and congrats on your win xxxx

Anne said...

What a brilliant background Linby and I LOVE your fox. Think I *need* to get one for myself!
Thank you for joining us
Anne
"Less is More"

Neets B said...

Your brusho background looks great after being given the woodgrain treatment. Great theme for a guy.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Anita x
Less is More