Monday, September 27, 2010

AUTUMN is the most colorful time of year.

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Is that not true? We at Cards for Men think it is and it is time for Challenge #20. Starting Sept. 27 and ends Oct. 10, 2010. The theme for this challenge is “AUTUMN”. Our Sponsor is Crafts and Me. Here is there email so you can stop by and see the wonderful things they have.

This is the wonderful prize you can win. This is a really cool image. Crafts and Me has everything for the card maker, with a wide range of rubber stamps from around the world. Teresa has just introduced her own range of rubber stamps from three international artists Hannah Lynn, Molly Harrison and Sara Burrier.

I think everyone knows how to make the Tri Shutter card. This card has been around for awhile now, you know I should not take that for granted because we always have new people. This is called a Tri Shutter Card and if you have never made one here are the directions to make one, it has a video with the directions. I’m not going to say they are really easy but they are…Got ya!!!! So if you click here you will find the directions. This was so much fun to make. I made it for my grandson that lives in South Dakota. I used a lot of buttons, stickers, a couple of stamps from PSX. Remember you have to up load your card to helloween_tri_card end

Are these buttons fun? It is just calling you to make something with me…., Check out those trees and the pumpkins….. cute!helloween_tri_card start

How fun is the scarecrow and it is a sticker, check out the hay stack with the pitch fork and the corn in the upper left corner. All stickers. This is just to easy to be real.


Look at those dancing skeletons. I think my grandson Isaiah is going to be real happy to get this. He is 12 years old so he gets all the silliness his grandma does and he has fun with it also. I hope you like my silly card? I do not do many of these kinds of cards but it was fun for a change. Have a wonderful week.


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Happy crafting everyone…

Hugs, Patricia x x x