Apr 14, 2012

17 comments:

Lisa M said...

Three days of pain, agony and suffering and you've walked away leaving a priceless mark on masculine cards! I had to laugh at the lengths you will go to meet a challenge. Have we unveiled yet another layer, Onion? Perhaps we will see more outstanding masculine cards in your future?
I think it's fantastic that you made a sign for him to use when he steps out for his fix!
I am most definitely inspired by your trek to the dark side and back...your card is amazing and YES, I did find that burlap. :D
Virtual standing ovation....
Quirks :)

Tui Nathan said...

Oh my goodness ... this is fantastic Sue, you went out on a limb and you created such finery ... in a masculine way, of course ...the detailing, the accents, the creativity - is perfection!
Looove the theme too ... I can so relate to that passion!!!

MarcyK924 said...

Oh Sue, you had me laughing so hard! Your post is awesome - I love your thought process! This tag is PERFECT...as I sit here drinking an amazing cup of coffee. We are passionate about coffee in our house too! Hugs, Marcy

Rosemary said...

well sue... it seems your trip to Hades was quite good for your creativity! your tag is absolutely amazing. i think the keyes you created are a fantastic addition and i don't believe you could have done better by purchasing some t!m holtz keyes. well done my friend!!! :)

Barb said...

Fantastic work, Sue! Doesn't it feel good to be challenged outside of your comfort zone? - And with results like this, you should be so proud of yourself! Looks amazing!

Anita Houston said...

This absolutely is a prize winner!!! I love your original theme, and all your layers and details are fabulous, absolutely fabulous!!! I love how you are branching out!

Greta said...

Are you kidding me?! Not sure if it's good?! Fabulous work that's true to your style in my eyes--looks like a "Sue creation" for sure! I just love it!

Dawn said...

wow Sue.... the three days in Hades paid off.... what a great tag. I am suitably impressed that you managed to make a "grungy" male card.

Hanna said...

Oh, Sue, your card is very impressive, inspiring and absolutely phenomenal! You've got the lovely grungy style just perfectly, and it does definitely suit a male. Simply outstanding!

I wish you a fabulous sunday,
and I'll add you to my blog list! :) You're creations take my breath away.
hugs,
Hanna

GrammySue's Creations said...

Hi Sue, This is awesome--I love how it turned out; you did an outstanding job. Have a wonderful week. Hugs to you.

Sharon said...

Sue, I have to say, for someone who doesn't make male cards, you did a bang up job on this one! It's great! and I love that you turned to TH for your inspiration and a few tip, tricks, and trinkets!
What a great job with this challenge!
I hope that your weekend was wonderful! hugs, sharon w.

Mary J said...

Brilliant!!! I love the eclectic feel of this Sue!

Wendy J. said...

Sue, this made me laugh! Not the project, just the narrative and the "passion"! This is a cute and cleaver passion to create a project with and I love it! Your tag is wonderful and you shouldn't second guess yourself because it's great!

Meihsia Liu said...

Wow...love this gorgeous creation!There are so many fabulous details.

walchowDesign said...

3 days of agony! It definitely pays off, Sue! This card is soooo special in all ways and it's definitely not dark with the splash of lime! You sure deserved more than a cup of tea!

Kristin said...

I love that your hubbies passion is coffee - I think that our men were separated at birth... I love the textures and the lime green touches. Its fresh and masculine at the same time. Gorgeous!

Anne Marie Hile said...

Sue, you always bring a smile to my face with your posts! This is one gorgeous tag you created! I especially like the keys you created. So much wonderful detail, as you add to all of your projects. Hope you have been enjoying your week! Hugs! :)