Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Super Trooper



Today I'd like to introduce you to Super Trooper Tripp - another fabulous image by Boni that can be found at the Dude Time Doodles Shop! Pop over there and check him out along with all of her other wonderful images.

Today is ALSO the first Wednesday of the month and that means it's the Sketch Time challenge over at Dude Time Doodles!!! Our sponsor for this challenge is the Paper Temptress! Ok, now like I said it's a sketch challenge and there are a couple of rules you need to follow. You have one week to flip the sketch, twist the sketch, work the sketch, and submit your project. You're not required to use a Bonibleaux image although it'd make us happy if you did. It MUST be a masculine type project - as this is all about the Dudes! Be sure and check out all the DT members projects for some wonderful inspiration. Our Guest Designer for April is Suzy and I just know you'll love her creations too! So head over to Dude Time Doodles today and enter the sketch challenge.

Now on to the Super Trooper.....Hopefully none of you have had any kind of a "run-in" with this type lately. He really does look like he'd just give you a speeding ticket "because"! The sentiment is computer generated and on the inside it says "About your age". He'll make a great Birthday card for a special dude! I added pieces of black and white gingham ribbon on the sides and then printed out "10-4 over and out" and adhered that on top of the ribbon.

Thanks for stopping by..........and be SURE and head over to Dude Time Doodles and enter your masculine card today using this wonderful sketch!

Lynn

17 comments:

Tammy said...

I'm in love with Tripp, what muscles!!! Wonderful card, sentiment is perfect for a birthday greeting. Great card.

Kathy and Lucky said...

Just love a man in uniform and I love your card!!! Great image and perfect sentiment you came up with, have considered a career with H**lm!%&? I mean really the image, paper and sentment, perfect birthday card. Have an awesome day!!!

Anne Temple said...

Love your sentiment and how you adhered it to ribbon. May have to "borrow" your idea. : ). Tripp does look like he'd pull you over just because.

Marilyn said...

Fun card Lynn & your inside sentiment couldn't be more perfect. Great layout & colouring too... Tripp's the man!

Cibele Glazer said...

This dude looks scary but I love what you did with him! Better get my foot off the gas. :)

Becky said...

What a fun image and fun card Lynn.

Crafty Cre8tions said...

wow - I wouldn't want to be pulled over by him!!
Great image though!! Would be funny to have him on the inside sans clothes (ya know those cheesy male strippers?) LOL

Maria

KER said...

he is super...love how you put the words on the folded ribbon

Lynn McAuley said...

What a great card, Lynn!! That "right to remain silent" sentiment could come in very handy!! How adorable!!

Cleota said...

What a great card! Love Super Trooper - he looks so in charge and full of himself! :) Great sentiment too!

Tina said...

Your masculine cards rock!

Cheryl said...

Fun card! I love the sentiment!


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maryr917 said...

this card is such a hoot-and the sentiment is so perfect-great masculine card

Ronnie said...

This is cute! I think its ok for a masuline card to be cute. =0)

Nana Connie said...

What a fabulous image of Trooper Tripp! Lots of law enforcement in my family and friends so this one is definitely on my wish list. Great color choices and sentiments! LOL Perfect. LOVE the CAS design, too.

Anne Marie said...

Super Trooper Tripp is awesome, although I think he actually gave me a tickt once. Not kidding...in Junction, TX when were were moving to Texas, a dude who looked very much like him pulled me over. Hmmm, I don't think his name was Tripp though. THAT would have been too eerie!! LOL!! SO cute, Lynn!! I love those images and you really bring them to life on your creations! :)

Carrie said...

You did a great job with this sketch. I love the color combo and I could think of a lot of ways to use this card. Well done.