My first card uses the 'Extreme Skateboard' image. The designer paper is Cosmo Cricket ''The Boyfriend". I just love the graphics in that paper pad. The image is mounted up on dimensionals, and the sentiment is from MFT 'The Poppies'. My second card is actually a case from a card I saw on Splitcoaststampers. I've lost the link, but I believe the artist's name is Gretchen Belknap. The layout is pretty much the same on my card, but I changed the papers and added extra stars. My paper is from DCWV 'The Rock Star' stack...another paper pad I love for teenagers! The stars are a Cuttlebug Die. And this image is also mounted up on dimensionals and is called 'Extreme Guitar'.
Now, if only SU! came out with a 'Extreme Drummer' stamp. That would have been perfect for my son since he is a percussionist.
Have a great day! Amy
Awesome teen guy cards! I think guy cards are hard and your are right, teen guy cards are the most challenging but you seem to have managed with no difficulty whatsoever. Love both of these!ReplyDelete
WOW Amy these are AWESOME!!! These are for sure perfect for any teen!!!! Those images are sooo cool and the paper you used rocks!!! Fabulous cards!ReplyDelete
WOWWW! Awesome cards! I'm especially lovin' the layout on the first card, and how that triangle looks like a ramp!ReplyDelete
Great teen boy cards, love the black images on paper = they are just perfect for boys! Liz xReplyDelete
What a wonderful ministry! You nailed this one right on the head - great job!!ReplyDelete
I find masculine cards a challenge...you aced these for sure!ReplyDelete
Now those are just perfect for guys! I love the layouts!ReplyDelete
LOVE your cards. They are perfect for teen guys! I'm gonna have to find some of that guitar paper!ReplyDelete
Wow! These are fantastic. I like that they are both simple sketches but they really do have the wow factors with the combo of images and fun patterned papers. These rock!ReplyDelete
Cool cards, Amy! That's great that you do that--what a kind thing, and a great way to use a great variety of stamps--fun idea!ReplyDelete