Hi Crafty Friends,
I'm soooo EXCITED to be Guest Designing for Double Trouble Challenges for the Month of May! The second challenge this month is #139... Let the Troubles Begin....
to Challenge #139 - Let
the Troubles Begin!
Friday, May 26th - Thursday, June 8th
"We Dare You"
says, "It's Dare Day on June 1st! We all know that it's human nature to challenge others with tasks to test not only our own
courage but also the courage of others. So, I'm daring you to come out of your comfort zone, and fearlessly create a masculine project.
"And what better time to make a masculine card than for Father's Day which is Sunday, June
18th (in the USA). This challenge is also the perfect time to recognize other remarkable
men in your life – a family member such as an uncle, a son, a nephew, or even a dear friend.
Please don't stop here...
I double-dog dare you to continue to Twisted Sister's
optional twist to earn an additional chance in our random draw.
says, "Many crafters have difficulty creating
masculine projects but in my experience thinking about their interests
and hobbies helps me develop an idea. Maybe
the men and boys in your life enjoy sports or vehicles, perhaps even
gardening or reading.
While you are thinking about that... My optional twist is to use a plaid or check. The
plaid or checked element can be hand-drawn, stamped, embossed, stenciled or patterned paper.
Please don't stop here...
I triple-dog dare you to continue to Double Dare's optional twist to earn an additional chance in our random draw.
says, "If you dared to make a masculine project and double-dog dared to include a 'plaid or check' in your project, you are almost
ready to enter your project at the Festive
Friday Card Making Challenge.
Finally, my triple-dog dare is to select at least one more element from Festive Friday's 'Inspo
List' to enter your finished project into their challenge."
Festive Friday Information: Your project doesn’t have
to be about Father's Day – at all! The selected festivity is just a
unique way to come up with a fun and interesting inspiration list!
to be considered for the Festive Friday Faves, you can’t enter into more than five other challenges (including theirs).
My first inspiration for you uses Thing 1, Thing 2 (Monochromatic, Masculine, Plaids, Die Cuts), and Thing 3:
My second inspiration for you uses Thing 1 and Thing 2 (Monochromatic, Masculine, Plaids, Die Cuts):
My Favorite Things Dad Stamp Set
My Favorite Things B&W Plaid Paper Pad
My Favorite Things Double Stitched Rectangle Die-namics
My Creative Time for Me Moustache Die
Honey Bee Honey Cuts Hello Die
Lawn Fawn Postage Edge Dies
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My Favorite Things Sketch Challenge #647
Double Trouble Challenge #139 Thing 1,2,3
Festive Friday Challenge #135 Masculine Die Cuts Plaid
Nice Father's Day cards! I like the mustaches!ReplyDelete
Love these. Great masculine cards.ReplyDelete
thanks for sharing.
What a terrific Dad card - love the black and white colour scheme.ReplyDelete
Great Father's Day cards!ReplyDelete
Meghan, your cards are always wonderful, and as our May "Crazy Cousin" you've outdone yourself!! I love how you offset the "Dad" on your first card that shows the plaid behind the cutout! Thank you so much for being our guest designer and wonderful contributor to our many Double Trouble challenges!!! -DonnaReplyDelete
Love the interpretation of the first card and the two plaids that you used... love how the Dad and mustashe sentiment is shadowed. And the second card CAS and great for a masculine card. Thanks for being our Crazy Cousin for this month and also contributing a second card to our challenge and Festive Friday.ReplyDelete
Great idea to use the moustache on both of your fabulous cards, Meghan! Nicely done. Thank you for joining as a Crazy Cousin and for playing along with us at Double Trouble Challenge #139. -- Melanie R.ReplyDelete
So glad we get to have you as our Crazy Cousin this month! Your cards are so fun and inspiring, thanks for playing along at Festive Friday too!ReplyDelete
Meghan these cards are so cute! I love how clean and simple, yet perfectly masculine the mustache one is! So glad you could be our Crazy Cousin at Double Trouble this round! :)ReplyDelete
Love these cards Meghan! The monochrome design with the plaid is very elegant and the moustache adds a fun masculine touch. Thanks for sharing over at Festive Friday Challenge too!ReplyDelete
Fabulous cards, Meghan. I love the die-cut Dad and the multiple sentiments. Such a wonderful way to celebrate Dad's. The perfect masculine card. So glad you shared this with us at Festive Friday this weekReplyDelete
Meghan, what a great card with the coordinating plaids and mustache! Thanks for joining us at Festive Friday Challenge. Hope you keep coming back. :)ReplyDelete