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Sarah Hurley 'Steampunk' Congratulations

Good morning everyone, hope you are well :-) Here I am with a male card using the fabulous 'Steampunk' CD from Sarah Hurley available here with a few added elements from my stash.
I used Papers, Bingo card, Ticket and postcard from the CD, all of which I edged with Tea stain Distress inks, My Minds Eye 'Boy' stamps-of a Penny Farthing stamped directly onto the design paper, writing which I stamped on the postcard and an airplane, a 'Congrats' greeting from a magazine greetings freebie, coloured with tea stain distress inks to match the rest of the project.

I would like to enter this into the following challenges:
Anything Goes Challenge: Anything Goes
Papertake Weekly: Anything Goes
Sassy Cheryls Challenge: Soft Pastels
Tuesday Throwdown: Pastels
Stamptacular Sundays: Playin' with Pastels
CES Challenges: No Girls Allowed

Thank you for looking and for your lovely comments :-)

Comments

  1. Oh I love that, I think i have the cd somewhere but havent quite worked out what to do with it, thanks for the inspiration x

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  2. Steampunk isn't really my thing, but I do like how you've put this one together and your use of distress inks.

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  3. Really gorgeous hun, fab colours and those bicycles look awesome
    Lindsay xx

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  4. Awesome male card! I always find those so hard to do!

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  5. The soft colors of your masculine steampunk card look excellent! I love your vintage collage of elements here. :)

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  6. Great idea for a male card and the soft colors really work perfect for this card - gives it a vintage feel. Thanks so much for joining us this week at the Stamptacular Sunday Challenge!

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  7. Hi Elaine, Your one of a select few I have managed to leave a comment on...what a day...

    Well, after all that, I think your card is brilliant, fab.xxx

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  8. Great card Elaine, I love the colours, it looks fab!

    Sarah x

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  9. This is just fabulous and love the colours too. A fab men's card!

    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  10. really stunning
    thanks for playing with us at stamptacular sunday this week
    hugs
    céline

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  11. absolutely brilliant card for a male I always find them so hard to make for but I love this one x

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  12. So beautiful and so elegant Elaine its really lovely:)x

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  13. what a great masculine card! love the soft earthtone colors!
    Thanks for joining us for the Sassy Cheryl soft pastel challenge this week!
    Judy

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  14. Brilliant male card love how you have put all the elements together. Alison xxxx

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  15. Very nice... soft colors too.
    Thanks for joining us at http://stamptacularsundaychallenge.blogspot.com/
    DT member,
    Rina

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  16. Great card and love all the elements to this. Pretty pastel colours too - thank you so much for joining for the 'Pastels' Challenge at Tuesday Throwdown this week.

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  17. Oh, I ADORE this amazing card. So vintage and gorgeous.Thanks for playing in the Soft Pastels challenge this week at Sassy Cheryl's! Happy Easter and good luck in the drawing for the two FREE images

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  18. love the cas stm punk look, thanks for the info have updated my sidebar accordingly. hugs heid x

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  19. Love that bicycle image. Thanks for playing along with Tuesday Throwdown this week.

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  20. This is gorgeous Elaine, love the style and the vintage look. Happy Easter xxx

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  21. this is a great male card...love the colors.

    thanks for playing at Stamptacular Sunday...hope you'll join us again next week!
    hugs,
    Stephanie

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  22. I LOVE this card Elaine, its perfect in every way. Lee x

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Thank you for your lovely comments, I really appreciate them all :-) Elaine-xxx-

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