Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Buy Me Some Peanuts and Cracker Jacks

It's time for the Inspiration Challenge over at Dude Time Doodles!  Yeah!  You have one week to submit your project and who knows...you could be named the Top Blog or one of the Top Three for the week.   Just remember it MUST be a masculine card as that's what the dudes are all about!


This is RBI Robby (a cute little baseball "hottie" by Bonibleaux Designs)!  The entire time I was making this card I kept singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game".........does anyone (besides me) remember all the words to that one?  LOL!   I really don't care for baseball that much but will watch the World Series.  It's just not fast paced enough for me I guess....I DO like to look at all the cute baseball players though!! (As hubby says, "I may be old, but I'm not dead yet!)  This will be a birthday card for one of the guys in the family....inside it says....another BIRTHDAY, that is.

I have another card to post later today that may make you say "EEK"!   But stay tuned, because on Friday, we'll just have to have another Friday Funny!

I'll be entering this in the challenge over at Here Come the Boys - their theme for the challenge is "Sporty".

Thanks for stopping by........and be SURE and enter the Dude Time Doodles inspiration challenge.
Lynn

21 comments:

Crafty Cre8tions said...

Terrific!! Love the baseball stitching paper! And the bakery twine really helps with the 'mood' of the card!!! Great image and great coloring!!!

Maria

McCrafty's Cards said...

Brilliant card Lynn, I like the image and the fab baseball stitching.
Kevin xx

Kathy and Lucky said...

Great card!!! Always love your Dude Time cards, well love all your cards actually! That stitching is amazing and so perfect for the card. Is that perfect coloring with Copics??? Great job. Can't wait until later, I usually say Eek when I see a spider, it isn't a spider right??

E.T said...

Absolutely brilliant! Fabulous image!

Anne Temple said...

Great colors and so much detail! Especially love the stitching!

Jackie said...

Your card is FAB! I love it...TFS!!!!

Nana Connie said...

Love all the red papers, Lynn! Your sentiment just fits so well with his expression. I'm with you on watching (or not watching) baseball but it's fun checking out all the cute players. In my opinion, a woman isn't old when she looks it -- she's old when she QUITS looking! :-)

Anne Marie said...

Fun card, Lynn! Love the patterned paper you used. So perfect for te theme. I love how Robbie has the arm hair accents, too. I don't know why but that made me laugh. :) Fun card!

Craftdee said...

Great "sporty" card, love that stitching. Thanks for joining us at Here Come The Boys this time around, Donna

Tammy said...

. . . buy me some peanuts and crackerjacks, I don't care if I never get back. Let me root, root . . . You are not alone, I remember the song very clearly just as if my older brother just sang it;} Love your card, wonderful coloring!

Tip Top said...

Hehehe! Great image to use!

Wendy (Woo to friends!) said...

Love your Yummy Red colours! The card is fab, Thanks for joining in at HCTB's Woo x

Carol L said...

That baseball stitching looks incredible on this card! I love the outside/inside sentiments too - just perfect for a masculine card! Totally awesome DUDE card ! :)

Cleota said...

I absolutely love this! Love the stitching - wow!! Fantastic job.

Joan Ervin said...

What a super fun guy card, Lynn....I have a couple of baseball lovers in my family who would love this super cute card!!!!

karen said...

Smashing card, love the colour and fab image, thanks for joining us at HERE COME THE BOYS, Karen

Dawn said...

Love your card! Don't know all the words, but I do know the song!
You Rock!
Hugs
Dawn xx

Boni Boutelle-Jones said...

That is an AWESOME RED!!! FAB card even if the stitching is an illusion! LOL

Janet said...

very cool card!!
hugs

Shirley said...

Grinning from ear to ear!!! What a stinkin' fun card!!

Margaret said...

He is definitely a manly man, Lynn! This is a super fun card! My DH is a football fan and he says the only reason I watch the games w/ him is to look at their butts when they're on the line of scrimmage... Since he played football, I guess he has a little insight on this!