Living Outdoors

Today is my hubz birthday!! He’s 35. Crazy straw!!
Because he’s such an adventurous man I made a card celebrating him and the idea of life outdoors.


The brick wall and flower box are from the “outside-in” perspective, so it shows that the mountains are his home.







Happy Birthday love. You continue to inspire me and I look forward to many more adventures with you.

I made this as part of #cc3c #27 challenge from the latest book by Tim Holtz
Click here to join in the fun.

A big thank you to the hosts and all the curiosity crew!

It’s hosted by a woman named Linda Ledbetter.
Also the competition is being sponsored by The Inspiration Emporium.

Click here to buy supplies!


6 thoughts on “Living Outdoors

  1. Susan Mostek says:

    Very clever use of the embossing diffuser, Mandy! Love that masking technique as well! Such a beautiful Spring Mountain scene! Love it! Thanks for playing along with us for this challenge!

  2. candycolwell says:

    Mandy….this is such a clever idea and use of the rectangle embossing diffuser. I love your die cut window and the landscape scene you’ve created using that very cool masking technique to color in your scene. The little window box on the front is darling and a perfect embellishment for the window. I also love the brick exterior wall!! This is such a great application for the embossed diffuser technique. Thanks for sharing with us at CC3C. ❤ Candy

  3. annettegreen264 says:

    This is so sweet, Mandy. I love it. That window die is one of my favorites and you’ve showcased it beautifully. I’m glad you shared with us where your embossing diffuser was used, since I wasn’t sure at first glance. Great idea and a wonderful scene through that window. Thanks for playing along with us in the CC3 Challenge.

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