Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Digger Male Birthday card

Happy New Year everyone, may it be a good one.

So today im sharing a card i made for one of my brother's birthdays.  He uses a digger sometimes for work.  Ive placed it in some rolling hills of the Cornish Countryside! 

Lasercut digger from ebay cut in black, i covered it in glossy accents.  Memory box circle burst for the sun cut into blue cardstock, MFT cloud die.  Border dies cut from green brusho cardstock.  Stampin up sentiment stamp.  Ive placed silver holographic behind the 'sun' to catch the light. 

Thank you for looking.  Emma 


  1. Brilliant card great design Ginny x
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  2. Such a brilliant card for your brother, fabulous scenery x

  3. a fantastic card Emma

  4. Happy New Year Emma. Look forward to seeing more of your wonderful creations this year. This one is fabulous !
    Pam x

  5. Brilliant Emma, fabulous design with those dies.. Happy New Year!
    Wendy xx

  6. Happy new year Emma, what a brilliant scene you have created for a male card with your fab dies , the shading on the hills really look like the sun is passing over them. Love it..

    Hugs Babs x

  7. An Other great card Emma, I love how you have used the dies for this, just brill jxx

  8. This is fabulous such a brilliant design hope you had a great Christmas and sending Best Wishes for 2017 Love and hugs Carole x

  9. Fabulous card Emma, love, love, love what you've done with the colours and textures. I'm sure your brother will love it. Hugs - Debs x

  10. Wonderful creation for your brother, love the green rolling hills, had some brushos for Christmas but not played with them yet! X

    1. Enjoy playing with the brushos, look forward to seeing what you create. Emma x


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