Wednesday, June 8, 2011

The Paper Variety Challenge #37!

Hellllllllllllo there!! I have a new challenge to share with you today from The Paper Variety! It's a perfect challenge for this time of year and alot of fun too...

Great right?? With Father's Day coming up in a couple of weeks, this challenge has SO many possibilities! I used it to make a Father's Day card for my hubby. I don't use alot of masculine colors very often so challenges like this one really help me expand on my creativity. ;)

Supplies: Basic Grey 6x6 Paper Pad - Oliver; Colorbox Chalk Ink - Chestnut Roan & Blackbird; Craft Smart Ink - Chocolate Brown; Verve Stamp; Cuttlebug; Cuttlebug 2-Step Heart Dies; Twine
*Inspired by Clean & Simple
Sketch #113

So, do you have an idea in mind for this challenge? If you make a project and upload it to today's blog post at TPV by next Tuesday at noon, EST, you'll be in the running to win this amazing prize, sponsored by Nikki Sivils!

How awesome is that?? You know you want to try and win it so go and get creating! I can't wait to see what you do. ;)


Gail L said...

Great 'male' card! There always the hardest to make aren't they? I think I'll be lifting this card idea - tfs!

Lynn Biermann said...

Awesome card!! I love the twine.... that is such a great touch! I think it is hard to masculine cards... they always seem to be begging for a flower! Great work & thanks for you continued blog visits!! :D