I've come to the conclusion that the worlds most challenging cards to make are those for men and teenage girls, and this afternoon I've had to do both. I am now feeling wilted and wobbly and in desperate need of chocolate!
First off is a birthday card for a friend's husband. I used the Sugar Nellie Home Grown Manga Boy, coloured with ProMarkers, and matted with DCWV Neutral Stack cardstock. The backing paper is Dovecraft. The text is Woodware small white peel-off greetings and gems are from stash.
Second, and the hardest of the two, is a card for hubby's teenage niece. I've already made two cards for her this week and binned them. Why are 14 year olds so difficult (in all senses)?
Anyhoo, I have used Sugar Nellie Little Cotton Rabbit, again coloured with ProMarkers, and the backing papers are Papermania Spring Burst. Text is Woodware as before, and gems and border peel-offs from stash. I really hope this one is ok, but knowing teenagers, I shall probably never find out!
Hope you are all having a fantastic weekend. I'm now off to put my feet up for a few minutes with a nice cuppa. See you soon!