Sunday, 23 August 2009


Good morning
I was asked to make a card for someone who is obsessed with his mobile phone(aren't they all!) For my American friends we call cell phones mobile phones in the UK.
So as I seem to be into black and silver for male cards at the moment this is what I came up with!
6x6" card covered with silver and black striped mirricard from Kanban. The phone is cut with my Cricut using Going Places cart and the phone is cut @ 5 1/2" blackout shadow in black, shadow in silver mirri and base in black and pop dotted for dimension. I used silver inkjet adhesive film for printing Happy Birthday Andrew which is the phone screen and also for the words Mobile and Man which is matted onto black and pop dotted. Font is Broadway.
As usual mirri is a nightmare to photograph lol but I did my best!
Thanks for looking and hope you all have a great Sunday!


Dumitru Caruntu said...

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Emma said...

This looks so cool - you totally rock the masculine card :D

Have a great Sunday :D

Emma x

- - Sheryl - - said...

I don't have that cart - but that mobile "cell" phone looks awesome.

BTW - I posted the jpg for the calendar. try it and let me know how you do!


Kris L said...

Just stunning Julie - you have the best ideas...Kris

CelticWoman said...

Julie this is an awesome high tech card, WOWWWWWW! Sandi

DonnaMundinger said...

Oh Julie you are the QUEEN of male cards! This so totally rocks, the phone looks real. LOVE IT! xxD

1CardCreator said...

Hi Julie, I love your Mobile Man card, it is totally awesome. Makes me want that Cricut cart for sure! Its so hard to make masculine cards but you rocked with this one! Thanks for stopping by my blog and for following too.
~Diane (DCRU DT) <(*<*)>

Sandy from Ukiah said...

Awesome.. you are fantastic...

Jane said...

Great card, like the colours you have used.

Jane :0)

Kelly said...

Another great man card Julie! I think you are the queen of the masculine cards! Not only did you do a great job on the card but you did a great job photographing it too.

Kaye's Crafty Place said...

Awesome card Julie

Kaye x


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