Sunday, 15 January 2017

CD Sunday -' Make it Male' chosen by moi

Good morning.  I hope all your snow has gone but if you still have some that there isn't too much of it and you don't have any storms.
The challenge for the next two weeks has been chosen by me.  The usual cry is that we don't make enough cards for the men in our lives so to readdress this a little I have chosen to do something for our Males.

My card comes from a CD that I have had for quite some time - 'For Men' by Diane Dorward.  I have met Diane a few times - a lovely lady - but not seen her for quite a while. I hope you are well Diane if by chance you should read this.  I loved this image when I first saw it and it made me smile - still does.  I have done a little decoupage.

It seemed appropriate as a 'Retirement' card so I added the sentiment using my graphics programme.
I look forward to some blog hopping and also to the speedy return of our missing teamies.
Take care.

p.s. I have found the site for Diane Dorward and it would appear that her CDs are still for sale and here is the link.


  1. Great card Carol. Love the it of your own making? Might just have to snaffle that one lol!!! Hope your weather is behaving itself Wynn xxx

  2. Wonderful card, love the sentiment.
    Hope your snow has gone, ours only stayed for a while until the sun melted it, quite mild today. Hope that's the White stuff over and done with for the winter, I can hope can't I.

  3. Great card for a fisher I wonder what they think about for the long periods of little or no activity, love the topper and I agree a great retirement card

  4. A fantastic card Carol, I love this fisherman (I'm always on the look out for different fishing related cards as it's one of hubby's hobby's). Diane Dorward, now thats a name from the past.

    Sue xx

  5. What a lovely image, perfect for any fishing fan. And thanks for the link to Diane's site, what a treasure trove of CDs!

  6. A super card Carol, a fabulous image and fun verse - a perfect masculine design.


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