Card for boys …

Hi everyone …

It’s another challenge today at Color Me Creative Classroom. Suzanne has challenged us to make a boy inspired card! Cards for men are tough for me to make; boy cards, not so bad – hey, I have a almost 6 year old boy who bombards me daily with his trucks, cars, superheros, dinosaurs, boats, trains, worms – ewww.

Guess who is our sponsor today!! I love love LOVE her stamps – can’t get enough. Want a clue – Jack and Ginger, Sprout, Mummu, Birthday Fairy Lee, Baby Fairy Flora …. Yes yes yes, that’s right. It’s Mo Manning!! Did you know she is also a children’s book illustrator … such a talented lady.

Well, here is my card with her image:

Come play along – that’s what you could win!! Oh and don’t forget when you play along, you are also entered into the monthly drawing for the shopping spree at Oozak. How can you beat two prize opportunities – head on over to be inspired and get to coloring.

 Challenges entered:

Simon Says Stamp Challenge

Whimsy Inspiration Challenge

Mark’s Finest

Pile it on



  1. Renkata says:

    wow Steph, the card is so adorable, very pretty design.

  2. Patty Penn says:

    This is an adorable boy card! Just love it! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Speedy the Cat’s Friends challenge!

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  3. Barbara Colbert says:

    Adorable image! That is a precious picture!!! Great use of scraps and thanks so much for playing at Speedy the Cat’s Challenge! Good luck on the drawing and see you next week too!

  4. Joy Taylor says:

    Awww! love this card, love the layout you used too… thanks for joining us at Simon Says Challenge blog

  5. Brenda says:

    Adorable boy card!!!! Thank you for playing along with us this week at Speedy The Cat’s Friends Challenge.

  6. janeen says:

    What nice coloring and so cute the way you used your scraps. Thanks for playing in Speedy the Cats challenge to use scraps.

  7. Ruby 2 Shoes says:

    Aww, so cute!! I love the colours you’ve chosen, and the patterned papers. Great job!