Thursday, 18 August 2016


Hi everyone

I am here today with my Guest Designer reminder card for the Challenge themed 'MALE at We Love Vintage

As I said before, I know we all throw our hands up in the air in horror at the thought of making cards for males.  But I have found that if we have the right materials it is so much easier AND, they are definitely much quicker to make, once we have the layout and relevant materials to hand.

It is on my list of things to do to take a look properly at the new Pion papers which are new out, because they are just the ticket for men. ( available from )  I think these are a must for quick male cards.

But for this card I found this lovely Vintage image in my stash (either from Kraftyhands or Cardmaker's Delights when they were trading) so I had my starting point.

Border Dies/leaves  -
Papers from Stash
I used some of the rope I collected recently and washed thoroughly (and I mean thoroughly!) for the July Nautical cards.

I think just about everything came from my stash for this card to be honest.  AND, I can honestly say I enjoyed making this card!  I think I have found the key to making cards for male more easier.

It would be lovely if you had time to pop over and see the Design Team's beautiful work, and even better if you fancied taking part in the Challenge.  (

As always, thanks for looking today,

Judy x


  1. A lovely image for a male Judy and as always such a pretty creation.

    B x

  2. Wow this is very special. What a wonderful male creation. Barbxx

  3. HI Judy what a stunning vintage card I love all your embellishments and the design is wonderful.

    Debs xxx
    {Debs Cards}

  4. This is just fabulous Judy! You really do have a great eye for making male cards.
    Gina xx

  5. I was very busy....being a new grandma I come to thank you now for your beautiful card as a guest-designer at WLVC. We love your inspiring cards and we hope to see much more of this lovely male cards.....It looks as if you didn't have problems with male-cards at all. Thanx very much sweet Judy and.....I am very Plony