Monday, 23 January 2012

Much To Celebrate There Is!...

Morning all, back again with another card to share, this one I absolutely love and it turned out just perfect!! 

My lovely friend Lou made a fab Yoda card which I loved, she sent me the image (originally from Google) and I got cracking. the image is beautiful in itself as it is made up from lots of little dots, so I added clear embossing powder in places (eyes, ear, nose, top etc) and it really brought the image out! The paper is MME Lime twist and then I just mounted on card. I made the sentiment with a Dymo Label maker which was cheap in Lidl a few weeks back! 
I love the effect and can't wait to give it to OH on his birthday on thursday!! 


The inside I kept really simple, I used the green card and punched down the edge. I stamped a Happy birthday sentiment on the inside!


What do you think? I think I may well be making lots more of these!! 

I would like to enter it into the following challenge:


9 comments:

Sandra (Stamping For Pleasure) said...

Unique and very interesting. xxx

dragonllew said...

Great card love the image and the colour of he paper.
Jenny x

Kerry said...

I think Paul will love it Tams! It's a great image that needs little done to it. Fab xx

alee81 said...

oh wow, i love this card, it's perfect for so many men x

Lisa Jane said...

oh its fab.. i love it .. the image is a stunner and the green is perfect!Paul will love it!
Lisa x

squizzle said...

loving this image, great background colours

Dawn said...

What a fantastic male card! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at The Crafty Pad this week in our Let's See Something For The Boys Challenge!
Good Luck
Hugs
Dawn xx

sandra's crafty corner said...

wow this is soooooo cool,thanks for joining our boys and thier toys challenge at cards for men and good luck in the challenge
hugs sandra dt for cfm

Patricia St Martin said...

Wonderful card. Great job with the theme for Boys and Their's Toys. Thanks for joining us at Cards For Men. Good luck on the challenge.
I love seeing your creation.
Hugs, Patricia