Sunday, 29 July 2012

CD Sunday - Mainly Men

I had such fun with this one that I wonder if it is a bit over the top.  I love Steampunk but strive for a slighter softer side hence putting a Steampunk style flower on a  manly card.  Nothing to say a man can't like flowers.
I used MCS - Tinkering with Steampunk - which is just what I have been doing.  This is the last of  my 'ones I made earlier' so I am hoping my arm will be recovered enough to manage one for next week.  I am making quite rapid progress but finding it hard to come to terms with the lack of muscle power.  Caused by the fact that they had to move them etc to get at the bone to plate.
Here is my fun offering and I hope you like it

We had a great selection of cards in our 'A is for...' challenge and I was pleased to have visited and managed to comment on them all.
I look forward to your visits and please feel free to leave a message so that I know you have called.
Carol xx


  1. This is great Carol and yes - men do like flowers - they are there for all to enjoy. Glad you are making good progress.
    Beryl xx

  2. Hi Carol. I like this and its always nice to have a play with different things :-). Hope your arm is continuing to improve and that it won't be too long before it is back in full crafting action. xx

  3. Hi Carol, I like this and YES, men can have flowers. Lovely colours.
    Pleased you are making good progress and it won't be long before you are 'back to normal'
    Christine xx

  4. Hi Carol

    Beautiful card, love the penny farthing, hope the arm will let you craft this week

  5. Hi Carol, i love it and you have achieved a softer look and it's a great l/o, most of the men i know love flowers and gardening so you can't go wrong with this one. So pleased your making progress with your arm.
    sue-b xx

  6. Yes it is absolutely over the top and thats what makes it so stunning! Flower for men - of course! Fabulous card Carol. Michelle x


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