Sunday, 24 May 2015

AAA Cards - For The Boys!!!

First of all, I hope that you had fun with our Birthday Bash and blog hop - and thank you so much for all the wonderful comments that you left on my blog and those of my fellow teamies -they were veyr much appreciated!

This week at AAA Cards, we are focusing on masculine cards:

The timing of this challenge fell perfectly in my calendar since I needed to make a Birthday card for my 16 year old nephew - and I definitely wanted it to be masculine! Here is what I came up with:

The background was created using a Simon Says Stamp stencil and a circle mask with some Distress Inks. I kept the colours very neutral - if I were to do it again though, I would probably use more vibrant colours. The images are all rub-ons (remember those?) that I have had in my stash forever. I think that they are absolutely perfect for a 16 year old boy!

So now it's your turn to have some fun and create a masculine card!

Thanks so much for stopping by!


  1. Awesome teenager buy card! My son would of loved this one! It's been a pleasure being on this team with you -- I'll be playing!

  2. Sensational! Absolutely perfect for a teenage boy, just so cool and down with the kids!

  3. WOW! Simply awesome Jill ... in fact brilliant and perfect for those teenagers.
    Love it. Sarah x

  4. Oh this is fantastic Jill. Love everything about it, and the stencil, rub ons and sentiment - all perfect together. I love pulling things from my stash and making them work for something new. Your nephew is sure to love it.

  5. Love the action portrayed! Such a great card for the younger man. I had to really look to see that it wasn't die cut. Neat old stash too. Hugs

  6. Cool card! It does look die cut . I had to look twice...

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