DIY Chester

Our challenge this week at Little Miss Muffet Stamps is “Polka Dots” and is one that was initially created for use with the latest Polka Dot Pals images!!  But don’t let that be the limit of this challenge because it also includes polka dot papers and designs too!  I was able to use one of those darling girls but then came across this decorative paper and the “Don’t Forget” bingo card next to it and I completely changed my thinking to come up with this card…
 

The image is DIY Chester drawn by Pollycraft and available as a rubber stamp at Little Miss Muffet Stamps.  The thought of this image and the “don’t forget” bingo card gives me the chuckles and, with the warm color scheme, makes this a great man card!  Yes, I know there’s some stiching on there and polka dots are circles – but, I think it still passes as a man card.  LOL  Don’t you think so?

This rubber stamp and other Chester images can be found in the LMMS Store and the challenge is hosted on the LMMS Store Blog.  Make sure you visit the challenge blog to see all the gorgeous creations and many that feature the adorable Polka Dot Pal images too!!  Have a great week!

9 thoughts on “DIY Chester

  1. Awesome male card Barbara, and I love the detail with the zipper behind there, it gives it a bit rustic look to it, and it´s a great idea, I think, I´ll borrow, as I have a bag of old zippers from those days, where I was sewing all our clothes here, so now I can maybe get those used too LOL.

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  2. WOW!! This is wonderful! I ADORE that image and your design is amazing – I love the zip!Thank you for having me as GDT this week, it's such an honour.Sue xx

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  3. We all love this zip Barbara. What a fabulous idea. Ta heaps for the inspiration – you might be seeing a few more zips on cards 🙂 Super cute image and great colours too. hugs x

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