Masculine Makes

Today I had fun making only masculine cards.

First is a card for the Paper Craft Challenge #385 which is a tic-tac-toe challenge.

I chose the top horizontal line of Birthday, Watercolour background and Masculine. I created a scene with the Stampin Up ‘Snow front’ stamp set and inks in Pretty peacock, Mossy meadow and Smoky slate. The sentiment is from PTI ‘Stylish sentiments birthday’.

Next is a card for Cardz 4 Guyz #249 – No patterned paper.

I made a background that looked like the ocean with my Stampin Up Pretty peacock ink and added puffy paint to look like white caps on the waves the die cut windsurfer is riding upon. The sentiment is from Stampin Up ‘Pedal to the metal’.

Lastly is a card for Lil Red Wagon #559 – Spots or Stripes.

I decided to follow the stripes theme (plaid is a form of stripes right?). I used the Best Plaid Builder from Stampin Up with Smoky Slate, Basic Gray and So Saffron papers. The dog is from SU Pampered Pets which I coloured with my Stampin Blends.

That’s it for today – I’ve got chores to do! Thanks for looking and enjoy the rest of your day.

12 thoughts on “Masculine Makes”

  1. Such fantastic cards! I know the last one is for our challenge (and the love the plaid on it) but I just gotta say, I adore your first card! So classy and wonderful. Thanks for joining us at Little Red Wagon.

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  2. All of your cards are so much fun! I love the landscape you made for our challenge. Thanks for joining the Paper Craft Crew this week!

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  3. Wow, I love your winter scene card. I have this set and will give your idea a try. Thanks for doing the Paper Craft Crew challenge this week. Please join us again soon so we can be inspired by your creative talent.

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