Monday, April 25, 2011

Making a Masculine Card

I find it so hard to make a man-card that doesn't make my husband want to give up his own "man-card"! I listened to his feedback and the result is a very simple card. Here is what I came up with for Papertrey Ink's challenge.

A very simple card....hmmm... no strings, no buttons, no glitter. And even though my hubby recommended it, no beef jerky!!!!

Papers: They Guy Stack (DCWV), Simply Chartreuse, Fine Linen (PTI)
Ink: Antique Linen Distress Ink (Ranger), Chocolate Chip (SU)
Die: Fillable Frames #4 (PTI)
Stamps: Fillable Frames #4(PTI), Away We Go Road Trip (Fiskars)

Thanks for stoppin' by!


  1. Great colors and textures! Your hubby gives good advice!

  2. Great card Carolyn and I love the colours and papers you've used.

  3. Really cute (but masculine!) guy card! Love that you cut the notebook page from colored cardstock, it really draws your eye to the sentiment!

  4. Great masculine card! Especially like those die-cut ties. TFS

  5. SO cute. I love those ties especially!

  6. Great card! Like it even without the beef jerkey:)

  7. Great "guy" card! Cute ties! Last weekend I made 2 cards using the Stampin' Up! set that has neckties. It was so much fun to play with.