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Guest Designing for The Male Room Challenge #137

Hi Everyone,

I have the honor to be guest designing for the current Male Room challenge, where the theme is "Landscape" in a male version! Thank you so much Male Room for having me!


I had this landscape die (Altenew) in my stash - an NBUS, that I thought is perfect for this challenge. I took a paint chip to get the perfect color graduation, although for the middle color I had to take a different paper from my stash. The sentiment is an old one by STAMPlorations.




So curious how you will interpret this theme! See you at The Male Room!

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Comments

Jane said…
Awesome design Cornelia, mega cool! Thanks so much for guesting with The Male Room.
conil said…
WOW! Nailed the Guest Designer gig. Congratulations...and what a gorgeous card you made for it. I'll bet they're delighted that they asked you. Love those teal-y blues.
This is so gorgeous...and I love the variation of blues for it.
Nora Noll said…
You ROCKED this challenge!! This is GORGEOUS!!
Andreja L. said…
You made such a beautiful landscapes card :-)) Thanks for be our GDT at The Male Room this time!
Greetings from Slovenia .-)
Wickcliss said…
So wonderful Cornelia for you to be joining us at GDT as I have been enjoying the projects that you have been making.
MA-MI said…
Cornelia, I love your card. Great take on the clue word. I love your ombre mountains with the contrast of the morning/evening sun or moon. Thanks for being our GDT at The Male Room and for the lovely words you wrote on my blog.
Have a lovely rest of the week!
Maja
Daffodil Cards said…
This is such a clever and amazing card Cornelia, I love the colours, which remind me of far off hills. I'm so glad you joined as GDT this month. So good to have you.
Take care
Faith DT TMR
ElizStewart said…
Absolutely gorgeous, Cornelia!
Linby said…
such an effective design, it looks great. thanks for being our GDT.
Anita in France said…
A wonderful sentiment ... fabulous with that gorgeous layered landscape, Cornelia ... puts me in mind of the Far East ... lovely! Hugs, Anita :)
Notes by Nina said…
I love this, I want to be there. Love the scene and the sentiment, well done!
Flo said…
Woww!!! Das sieht genial aus.
Liebe Grüße, Flo
Lise Mariann said…
Such a lovely, lovely card. I love the ombre mountains and the black sentiment strip against the images. Thank you for being our Guest designer at The Male Room.

x Lise Mariann, DT
America said…
Fab colors, love the scene. Great masculine card.
America said…
Would love to see you sharing your fantastic masculine themed projects at the "masculine cards" Facebook group to help inspire creativity. Hope you'll join us! :)

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