I hope everyone had a terrific Monday.  I truly didn’t do much of anything and finally ventured into the studio around 4’ish or so.  My morning got away from me, then it was time for the soaps and I have to admit that I fell asleep on the couch for a short nap.

I thought it would be fun today to finish up the all occasion guy cards.  Of course these cards have a theme . . . . automobiles.  We’ve already had the Mustang and the Corvette.  The final in the series is a Ford Thunderbird.  Now here is my dream car!  One I would love to find in an old barn, long forgotten.  Mine would be a ‘55, painted turquoise with a white hardtop.  Oh yeah baby!!

RN Thunderbird

The T-Bird was colored with Copic Markers and Ranger Glossy Accents was used on the headlights and windshield.  I’ve once again used Spellbinders Labels One and Petite Oval Nestabilities to keep with the same sketch I’ve been using.  I think this is my favorite out of the three.

Just for fun, below are the first two in the series.  I’ve called them a series because I’ve used the same sketch for each, only changed the image and paper.

The Mustang

Mustand fastback RN

The Corvette

RN Corvette

These cards could cover just about any occasion, can be serious or funny and have so many possibilities!

I guess that’s about all for today, since I’m now drawing a blank. Oh these memory lapses  . . . will they never end?  Just say yes, because I won’t remember tomorrow anyway!  Thanks for stopping by.

9 Responses to “The Final in the All Occasion Guy Cards!”

  1. Sherry – you’re artistry is incredible! I love what you’ve done with this collection and vintage automobiles, not to mention the DP. Very inspiring! Thank you.

  2. Sherry, I’m so sorry but you can’t have the turquoise ’55 as your dream car because it’s been MINE forever!!!! I actually know somebody who has one, but his son said I should just forget about it, because I’ll never get it!! Love your card!!

  3. Sherry, I was just thinking of what kind of stamps should I buy to make a few masculine cards since most of mine are a little too “sissified” for a guy 😀 Since Rubbernecker is having a great promotion going, I’m heading over there to buy a couple. Thanks for the great ideas, but now I need to find some masculine looking papers; my grandson, recently deployed to Iraq, would probably get teased, if he received one with a floral background 😀 Have a super happy and creative day!

  4. ok….had just a moment of disappointment when I saw this card. I REALLY thought that you were going to show me the turquoise one!! LOL!! But~ after the initial “awww, bummer” I do like this one too!! hehe

  5. loving all these its so hard to do male cards you nailed it
    Hugs
    Norine

  6. I am totally in LOVE with these cards….my Dad would also love them and it is too bad I can’t even begin to CASE your work. You were one of the first designers whose talent I envied….after 4 years (?…not sure, it could be longer…see, you are not the only one with a failing memory, hehehehe), I am still beyond envious of your talent. These cars are awesome and by the way….that Red Corvette….it’s got MY NAME all over it…..you don’t have to be a guy to love these cars!
    Hang in there, Sherry. And I’m going to add you to my prayers…I truely hope you and your doctors are able to figure out what is going on and that you will feel better very soon.
    Sending you huge hugs,
    Barb g

  7. I find it difficult making male cards, but these are awesome! Great job…love them!!

  8. All righty now!
    I just found these fab 50’s stamps … and have ordered a plenty! Guess why?? Yep! That man of mine and his Corvette addiction! hahaha

    I just love your cars cards! Zoooooooom, ZOOOOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMM!!

    (((hug))))
    Tex

  9. very cool, neat papers and layout, my fav is the second one!

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