Monday, February 8, 2016

My Favorite Things Sketch 266

Quick post today, for MFTWSC266:

I've gone masculine, using my favorite Hounds-tooth cover plate - sadly, I don't think they're offering it anymore ... happy I have one:

My sentiment was a snippet =]
 
 
Have a joy-filled Monday ... thanks for the visit!
 
Michele


13 comments:

lostinpaper said...

Perfect CAS masculine design Michele!

Chriss Blagrave said...

Super clean! Love this, Michele...I know how you love your houndstooth patterned 😊

Lisa said...

Spot on CAS card for a fella!

Nora N. said...

This is so cool!! I so wanted this plate but alas, it was not meant to be. Houndstooth is my FAVORITE!! Love the simplicity and the clean lines of this card. Love, love, love!!

~amy~ said...

Ooohhh I love that Coverplate!

Sharron said...

Fabulous masculine design! Love the houndstooth!!

Petra Swart said...

Love the simplicity if this wonderful masculine card, Michele!!!! And you can't go wrong with B&W and gold, hey!!!! Love that houndstooth, too!!! Really lovely!!!!
Have a wonderful Tuesday!!!
Hugz

Susi Kelly said...

Where have I been all this time that I've never seen this Hounds-tooth cover plate? Can't think of a better introduction to it than seeing it on this fabulous masculine card, Michele (even if I can't purchase it any more) :((

Cat Craig said...

Hounds-tooth is such a fabulous choice for a masculine card. Well done.

Valentyna Komisarenko said...

Super clean and absolutely gorgeous masculine card, Michele. Wonderful colors!

Barb Ghig said...

This hounds-tooth pattern is fabulous, and perfect for a masculine card! Love your CAS design, and color combo, too! Looks like you knocked it outta the park once again, Michele :)

cm said...

You're right: that cover plate is no longer available (and I so wanted to order it back when I had opportunity...before our dollar tanked!). Your handsome, striking manly-man card has captured my heart...
Hugs~c

Anita in France said...

Crisp, clean, cool ... and perfectly masculine Michele ... so striking! Hugs, Anita :)