Monday, July 5, 2010

A Simple Masculine Card

This is a simple masculine card that could work for many occasions.  Perfect for a teen boy, or a man like my husband who doesn't enjoy sports but for some reason really loves skulls!  *LOL*  It was one of the easiest cards I ever made because I used a fabulous kit from Scrapmaster's Paradise!  It included several coordinating patterned papers & pieces of cardstock.  The cardstock was already cut to make the cards, so all I had to do was fold it in half.  I had a ton of fun with this kit & I will be sharing more cards made with it thorughout the month.  She offers many fabulous paper kits

All the product is from Stampin' Up.  I cut 4 2 inch squares out of black cardstock.  Then I cut 4 squares out of the designer paper that are 1 and 1/2 inches.  The little black strip on the bottom is 1/4 inch wide and I used a stamp from Vintage Labels using Whisper White craft ink.  The patterned paper at the bottom was punched using the scallop edge border punch I cut it down to an inch wide, but a little bit of it is hidden under the black strip.  

I am happy to have a masculine card at the ready.  Especially one that was easy to put together.  After all, men don't tend to appreciate all those "frilly details" anyways, right?  

Thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous, and very crafty day!

1 comment:

Audrey Frelx said...

Great "man" card! They are so hard to come up with, but you did a great one!