Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Boy Oh Boy!

Happy Wednesday!   It's time for the Funkie side of the Frilly & Funkie Design Team to share their art for Jenny's  'Boy oh Boy!' challenge.  For this one we need you to create a vintage or shabby chic project with a man or boy in mind. 
The Design Team will choose their top four picks with the winner being invited to join us in a Guest DT spot at Frilly and Funkie and the next three will receive badges to display on their blogs. Everyone who enters and follows the rules will be entered into the draw to have the chance to win a $25 spending spree at The Funkie Junkie Boutique.

I have in hand new Stampers Anonymous stamps, stencils and embossing folders. I had fun playing with all the new products!
It all started with this Eiffel Tower that I had created previously and never used.  I decided to build a card with layers featuring masculine colors to showcase the textured tower.

The background is one of the new Stampers Anonymous stamp stamped in gray ink. I then stenciled over it with a brown dye ink. 

I embossed the argyle imprint on foil. I highlighted it with gold and black paints.

I took the globe and cut it out from leftover atlas pages and then sponged black ink to make it pop in the background. I took a leftover fleur de lis charm and added a little ball chain to it for an accent.

I can't wait to keep playing with the new stamps!  Don't forget to pop over to the Frilly and Funkie blog to see everyone's beautiful creations!  Thanks for stopping by!




  1. Love the way that Eiffel Tower jumps off the card at you Suzz and the nailed stars add that perfect finishing touch xx

  2. This is a truly stunning creation! Wow!!

  3. Fabulous card Suzz ! Love the 3D Eiffel Tower ! Sue C x

  4. Wonderful! Suzz . Clever crafting making the Eiffel Tower 3D and love the monochrome palette x

  5. This is fantastic Suzz! You ROCKED the eiffel tower die! I love the 3D effect and the monochrome and metal. :)

  6. This is so amazing, Suzz! That Eiffel Tower is a structural marvel. I love all the wonderful layering and textures you added, too. Perfect color palette for a masculine card. Way to rock the challenge!!!!


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