Tuesday, 27 May 2014

for a teenager - Video Boy by Mo Manning

Heeeelllllooooo! today I have created a card for the older (teenage) boy. I'm not one for male cards very often but I got the compulsion to make this one today to counteract all the cute girly cards I have been making!
The image is video boy by Mo Manning of Mo's Digital pencil and is an image I love to use on male cards (as I said before...when I do them!)

The papers are DCVW 'all about boys' which is one of my favourite stacks , and the image is coloured using a mixture of copics and promarkers.
the corners are sizzix green die photo corners , the brads are from Basic Grey and the stars are papermania bexley black papers cut on my scan n cut. the blue matting layers are anamarie designs blueprint sparkle paper.


I would like to enter this card in -


  1. LOVE this image! Great card!

    Thanks for playing along at Eureka Stamps this week.

  2. Your card is fanatsic! The image is really cool!
    Thanks for playing with us at SFC!
    Hugs, Andrea

  3. Nice cutting out of the image,well done! Love the image, it so personifies the pastime of a whole generation of boys. Looks just like my son a few years back:O)! Thanks for joining us at Lexi's Creations!

  4. Great guy card, so fun & beautifully colored. Thanks for joining us this week for our "Masculine or Grungy." Come back to join us again and good luck.
    Karal Eureka Stamps DT

  5. What a cool card, Rachel! Love the design a lot. :)
    Have a great day!

  6. Fabulous card gorgeous image and papers.
    Thanks for sharing at Lexis
    Hugs Julie x

  7. Your project is awesome with so many wonderful details! Thank you for playing with us in the Love To Scrap! Challenge Blog's "Anything Goes!" challenge this time!
    Leslie, DT
    Love To Scrap!
    Love To Scrap! Challenge Blog

  8. This card is fantastic and I love the stamp and its coloration.
    thank you for playing at SFC this week.

  9. Thank you for sharing this super card for Lexi's challenge 117, Hazel, Guest Designer x


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