Allsorts challenge 503 - Masculine

Our new Allsorts challenge starts today with the theme of Masculine chosen by Ellie.

For my DT card I was I admit inspired by all the wonderful cars we saw on our trip to Cuba and also in the city of Havana.

We actually got to ride in this one below!

I wish I had taken more photos of the cars now - but after a while they become so common place that you forget how wonderful they all are.

Back to my card! - I used a Marianne Embossing folder and die set for the background. I stamped the car which is an old wooden stamp then coloured with promarkers and Spectrum metallic pens then fussy cut out.

One lucky, randomly selected winner will receive our prize of the two stamps by Bee Crafty


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Thanks for looking and hope to see you over on the challenge blog this week.


Wendy L said…
Super card Lin, a great pics of great cars too, xxx
A Wonderful card, love the wall, the fabby car and colours.
Ellibelle said…
What an amazing card, Lynn! Really loving the design and fantastic colors! And those taxis do look fabulous!
Viv said…
A brilliant male themed card Lynn!
brenda said…
Perfect take on the inspiration Cuba has to offer, great colours as well with the pop's of red.

B x
Kathleen said…
A really super card Linby, a great design and love the brick wall effect, quite appropriate for a male card as sometimes you feel like you are talking to a brick wall?

Kath x
Mervi said…
Fabulous card, gorgeous design and background;-))m
Darnell said…
Sensational card, Linby!! It's great to see those old cars again! I'm old enough that a lot of them were around in the Midwest when I was growing up so they bring back memories for me!! Hugs, Darnell