fredag 15 april 2016

Sophisticated Gentleman, a new release from KennyK

Welcome and thank you for visiting today. It´s time again for a new challenge at Club KennyK and the theme this time is a favorite of mine - One for the Boys. I´ve made a masculine card using one of the brand new releases from KennyK. May I present Sophisticated Gentleman: 




I had so much fun making this card. I´ve used a square base this time for a change and I´ve also made a square frame around the image using a Spellbinder die. Design papers are from Tim Holtz and I´ve cut out parts from the papers to decorate with, like the rulers and the tickets. I´ve made a pair of glasses using metal wire, you could spot them on the newspaper beside the hat. The image is colored with Polychromos pencils.




Here you can see the glasses



All the new releases are available at www.kennykstamps.com 

Recipe
Design papers Tim Holtz
Coredinations grey with white core and purple with pink core
Cardstock purple and black
The Clocks I´ve made with stamps from Tim Holtz, black or purple cardstock and white embossing powder (one is made using the designpaper) The Clock at the top is a die from Technique Tuesday
The bottles are stamps from Crafty Indiiduals, black cardstock and white embossing powder
Dies from Tim Holtz, Magnolia, Spellbinders, Marianne Design, Technique Tuesday, Artistic Impressions
The newspaper I bought in a store for doll houses
The glasses I´ve made using metal wire
The hat and the mustasche are die cuts from Artistic Impressions dies
Metal embellishments from Tim Holtz and from Michaels

Challenges


Have a lovely day

Hugs, Lisa

10 kommentarer:

  1. Your cards are so innovative in their design and beautifully themed too. There are so many elements I had to look at it a few times to see everything. This one reminds me of Sherlock Holmes films for some reason.
    Lorraine

    SvaraRadera
  2. Wow Lisa you really are so inventive. Those glasses are a little work of art. There is always so much to look at on your beautiful cards. The image is certainly well named. He does look like a sophisticated gentleman. I like his raised eyebrow ummmm! Have a lovely weekend. Barbxx

    SvaraRadera
  3. Absolutely amazing I love the elegant image and fabulous colouring,-brilliant embellishments and papers -love the glasses-inspired
    Carol x

    SvaraRadera
  4. WOW, digger fargeleggingen. Polychromos står høyt på ønskelisten her altså. Men siden jeg er blitt student så får det vel vente en stund. Men fikk tak i artist pens fra derwent her, så gleder meg til og prøve de :-)
    Fargene og elementene du har brukt her gjør kortet herlig maskulint, samtidig som det tilfører en fantastisk eleganse med det lilla.

    SvaraRadera
  5. OMG! This is amazing from every angle! Wonderful work. Thank you for sharing this with us this fortnight. Lisa DT CCC Digi Creations

    SvaraRadera
  6. Hi Lisa just popping back to say---Thank you for joining us at Our Crafty Corner
    Carol DT x

    SvaraRadera
  7. Jeg bare digger måten du gjør disse kortene på, så kult :)

    SvaraRadera
  8. Jeg bare digger måten du gjør disse kortene på, så kult :)

    SvaraRadera
  9. I am in awe! Every time I look at it I find something new to drool over *lol*. What brand are the clockshape dies? Tim Holtz? I can't say from the receipe :(
    It's a fantastic card and the idea with the glasses is just brilliant!

    SvaraRadera
    Svar
    1. Wow, thank you so much for your lovely and kind comments. It makes me feel so special :)
      Yes, the pocket watch dies at the top are from Tim Holtz and the clock beside them on the left hand side is from a Technique Tuesday die. The clock (or part of a clock) with the viewers inside the frame with the image is also a Tim Holtz die.
      Thanks so much again for your comments :)

      Radera

Thank You for leaving a comment. It makes me happy :D