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Black Dagger Brotherhood- Butch O’Neal Fandom Friday on TTIC

Time for another Black Dagger Brotherhood Challenge! This week we are working with Butch O’Neal. The ex-cop human who not only wears killer threads, but…shall we say…runs with vampires as well! Here’s what my Book Buddy Beth wrote on TTIC:

PhotobucketPhew! Can you believe we are almost halfway through December? And, oh yes – TGIF! Hopefully you have all found some quiet time somewhere to get in a little reading – and better still, I hope you have gotten your hands on a copy of one of the BDB books! This week, we have the challenge based on book #4, Lover Revealed, which tells the story of Butch O’Neal. Read on:

Butch is a man who has lived a hard life. His heart is big, but his head never really lives up to his heart. He’s rough around the edges, and lives his live hard charging, with little regard to his own well-being. And he is always on the fringe – in his family, his job and in life. Then he finds himself coming to the aid of a friend, and his whole universe shifted. His entire destiny was Revealed.

Craft: Capture Butch! He is so unique, this could focus on any facet of his personality or his life!
Comment: How do you feel about Butch? Tell us what you think!!

I gotta be honest, I made kind of a quickie card. But, I made what I had originally thought of doing for our pal Butch.

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Picture this… it’s Butch’s Birthday. What does his best bud get him? Red Sox tix! Yup, V bought the human 2 VIP’s to a homegame. How sweet is that? ;}

I got the image from HERE. It was exactly what I was looking for. It’s pretty cool, even though I ain’t no Sox fan!

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I used red cardstock and drew on white stitching with a Chalk marker from EK Success. I wanted a reverse ball look. Then I inked the edges a bit with a nice dark blue. Pretty easy!

How do I feel about Butch? He is one lucky guy! Yeah, he had a damn rough life, but in the end… well, lets’ just say Butch has found his true family (wink!)!

Comments

Beth said…
AWE. SOME!!! That is so funny ~ the first thing I thought was Red Sox, too!! V would totally do that for his boy. This is just crazy cool, Ali! (I *love* the stitching ~ that is a perfect touch!) Love Butch... Awesome project! Red Sox Nation! Woo hoo! XX
margie c said…
What an awesome card!!! I'm no Sox fan either, lol, but I'm sure that they would treasure this forever!!! Love the stitching too! Great job :)
Sara said…
great card! i love it :)

xoxo
sara
Dani said…
Awesome card! It would be perfect for my brother. He is a huge Boston fan and he only like simple cards!

Great job!!! :)
Erica said…
I love this card! I am not a Red Sox fan, but I am a huge baseball fan, so I do really appreciate the theme. Great work!
Donna said…
Now this IS the essence of Butch!! Ali you have captured it perfectly!! I Love this card...I have no idea about the Red Sox...or any other team...But this card is awesome!!! Xx
Randi said…
Very cool!! GREAT series!!!

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