Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Wheels The Male Room

My DT card today is for
 
I really didn't know what to do with this quite easy theme. SO, I did what I usually do and went through my files for vehicles, I was pleased to see this wonderful tractor come up amongst all the others, I think it has wonderful atmosphere.

Image was sent it to me years ago, by someone,
 I have no further information on it.
DP's Summertime Designs no longer available
Sentiment by Paulette at Create with TLC
wheel die was a freebie from a magazine.

I enlarged the image and blurred it in PS for the background,
printed out the DP's, layered them and added
the image, sentiment and the wheels which
 I added white pen for highlights.



21 comments:

  1. Love this gorgeous vintage tractor and very inspired by your PS blurry background. Great card!

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  2. Awesome card Faith .Love all the embellishing too

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  3. What a great masculine card! Love the monochromatic look and the blurred image in the background is awesome!

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  4. Absolutely love this card! It has a super vintage feel - I kinda like old tractors!! I really like the colours you've used and that blurred out image works perfectly. Great work. Deborah xx

    PS I seem to remember that there's a vintage car/tractor show that takes place near Nantwich in the spring! I'm not sure!

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  5. This is fabulous Faith, a brilliant masculine design.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  6. Gorgeous masculine card. Love the blurry tractor in the background and the perfect sentiment x

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  7. Wow! Wow! Wow! I am in love with this card Faith! It is just awesome! Love that tractor and love that you blurred it and used it for DP. So cool! And such a fabulous masculine card. Love the sepia tones-so perfect. My late husband would have loved this card!!! Farming was his passion, so anything with a tractor caught his eye. lol Love that wagon wheel too, this just came together so beautifully! Hugs, Brenda

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  8. Incredible masculine card, Faith! I love how you did the background and those wheels are such perfect embellishments.

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  9. Had to smile at your 'easy' comment on the wheels challenge. You sure did come up a winner with this vintage tractor image. Love that sentiment! How true it is too! The textured look of the paper designs looks great with the sepia tones of the old tractor, and adding in those gears, perfect for a masculine card. YAY for you! TFS

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  10. Love your design Faith, the image and colours fit together perfectly x

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  11. What a beautiful monochromatic card, Faith. Great image and sentiment.
    Love it!

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  12. Wow! That image is fantastic, Faith! Fabulous card! :o)

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  13. This is amazing and so very masculine! You carried the wheels theme to new lengths with this beautifully crafted card for the gents!

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  14. This is pretty cool! You always make great male cards!

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  15. Great card and a fab sentiment. Thanks for the reminder about this challenge too!

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  16. Oh my, this is a vision! Such a lovely coloring and a beautiful monochrome card for the guys! :)

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  17. I love this vintage masculine card. It is awesome.

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  18. Your die cuts work perfectly with the fabulous tractor - and what a bonus that they came from a freebie die!! Such a wonderful card!

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  19. LOVE-LOVE-LOVE this card.
    Perfect for a guy.
    Thank you for always visiting my blog and leaving such encouraging comments. You make me smile every time I read a comment from you. I can't thank you enough.
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  20. So love the same picture blurred for the background, very effective.

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