Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Simon Says Feature a Father or Man!

This week's Simon Says Stamp Challenge is focused on Fathers and the important men in your life!  Since Father's Day is coming up (June 17th), this challenge is just the thing to help you get moving on making those cards...plus...there's a possibility that you might win $50.00 to Simon Says Stamp!  

Below, I've featured 3 of our Design Team members, but make sure to check out the Simon Says Stamp Challenge blog to see what the others have made!  You can also check out the Designers' blogs for more details and various updates! : ) And...if you are interested, there is a Design Team Call going on right now!


 
Marcea used a cute Crafter's Companion stamp from a Humphrey Collection!  It's called Catching Up.  She used Spectrum Noir Markers to color, and has used a large gemstone from the Petal Pushers Jewels by Bo Bunny.  Like the papers?  They're Loyal by Authentique!


By Becca!
 
Becca used a stamp by The Greeting Farm called Logan.  She also used Hinge Clips, Grungeboard Elements, the Notebook by Fiskars,  and Copic Markers!  You could also try a Skull Die!
By Melissa!
Melissa used Be Amazing Papers by My Mind's Eye!  She also used Twine, a Black Pen, Platinum Liquid Pearls, and an Inkadinkado Stamp called Happy Father's Day, inked with Tuxedo Black Ink by Memento.  Need Kraft Cards & Envelopes - never fear!  Simon's got 'em!  : )






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44 comments:

  1. It is always fun to see inspiration for male cards!

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  2. Fabulous cards! Inspiration for masculine cards is always needed.

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  3. love the skull on that card!

    Serena

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  4. Great variety in the "manly" cards today. Thanks

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  5. neat cards to share today thanks for sharing with us.

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  6. Lots to choose from for inspiration. I love the Authentique papers Marcea used. They're spot on for my taste. I think they work fine for females, too. Maybe it's because I grew up with 5 brothers, but I love plaids, stripes, argyles, etc.

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  7. Such varied cards! Thanks for the inspiration - cards for men are challenging for me!

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  8. Great collection of masculine cards, thanks so much for inspiring!!!

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  9. Fabulous inspiration. I always find it difficult to make male cards.

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  10. Great cards for this challenge. I really like the cute image on the first card.

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  11. Very cute! Thanks for the inspiration =)

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  12. A great challenge this wek on the challenge blog. fantastic cards to inspire us.
    x catherine

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  13. Great cards, thanks for the inspiration :)

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  14. Awesome inspiration for masculine cards.....I especially love Melissa's!

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  15. Great inspiration for Fathers Day & masculine cards... thanks for sharing!

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  16. Great cards! Love Melissa's.

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  17. Very nice cards! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. Great dude cards. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  19. Three great cards! Love the last one with the star and My Minds Eye paper, I love that paper collection! Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

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  20. Great inspiration as always!

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  21. Super fun cards! I think masculine cards are the hardest.

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  22. gorgeous cards from the DTs....!!!!

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  23. Fab cards I loved the masculine one the best!!! TFS!!

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  24. What a great variety of cards!

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  25. Beautiful, great inspiration

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  26. Some really cool ideas for men all of them, and that´s something we all need a little inspiration for I think, so it´s always awesome with some new inspiration, and this is really cool.

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  27. Nice cards. Thanks for sharing them.

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  28. I struggle with masculine cards...thanks for some inspiration!!

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  29. thanks for the inspiration, I need to get started on a card for my 91 year old father! Masculine cards are not always easy to pull together. Love the Bo Bunny paper!

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  30. That little elephant looks so cute! I love those stamps. Masculine cards are hard, except for my husband. He likes anything I make for him--he's not your typical man. I'd love to win the paper sampler---you are so generous--thank you!

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  31. I love these boys cards! Lovely :). Hugs, Hanneke

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  32. I love the card with the duck and the elephant soo cute~

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  33. I love the card with the duck and the elephant soo cute~

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  34. Fabulous cards for the men in our lives!!!

    Usha
    usharaneem@yahoo.com

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  35. How adorable is that elephant card! Thank u so much for sharing and the chance!

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  36. Love Melissa's card! So unique!

    Kris in Alaska
    funamom at yahoo dot com

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  37. Cute cards...love the papers too.

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  38. I love Melissa's card, that Happy Father's Day stamp is fantastic!

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  39. Humphrey is so adorable. He has such personality, important for an elephant, I think.

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