Let's kick off with a couple of masculine makes - I know it's something lots of you struggle with, and we have a couple of great examples this month.
Firstly Parmi Mudhar has a really cool idea for kicking in something extra to the re-issued All Star High Top Die from MFT by turning it into a reveal wheel card. What a fun idea!
Then we have this awesome idea for twisting up a cupcake from Justine Pearmain who added a pile of footballs to the Altenew Layered Cupcake base - just use the guy's team colours on the cupcake base and you're all set!
Next whilst we're taking cupcakes - how about this awesome super-sized one done in the no-line colouring technique by Tina Mathison using Colorado Craft Company's Sweet Friend Cupcake. Tina is Danish and the sentiment says Congratulations in her language.
Kate Wilson created these fun banners and coloured them to look like her husband and her - what a fun idea! She used Stitched Party Banners from Lawn Fawn and Lumberjack Love stamps from Neat and Tangled.
Finally in this issue I want to finish with this awesome new baby gift made byAnne Marie Wilson - I am always a big advocate of doing more with our "card making" supplies. Just think bigger and homemade gifts are always better than store bought as they are much more personal. She used MFT's cloud stencil for the background, added the name using MFT alaphabet and number dies and then some super cute bunnies from Mama Elephant's Wish Upon a Star set.
Hope you found some inspiration in these fabulous makes. We'll be back at the end of the month with our next issue of Found on Friday!