Today I'm sharing a masculine card from the Pick of the Week.
I stamped the image from the Creative Expressions Vintage Photo Stamp Set using Coffee Archival. I cut it out using one of the Spellbinders Back to Basics Hexagons and inked through the die with Vintage Photo Distress Ink. I cut then next 2 sizes of Hexagon dies from rust and brown card.
I stamped the word 'CAMERAS' using Coffee Archival and cut it out using one of the dies from the Back to Basics Tags Die Set. I inked through the die with Vintage Photo.
For the background, I ran a piece of Milk Card through the Grand Calibur with the Spellbinders Kickin' Rubber M-Bossabilities Folder. I inked all over with Vintage Photo. I wrapped some Baker's Twine from the Earthtones Set around the bottom section of the background and added a Creative Expressions Watch Face Charm.
I assembled the card as shown adding an Idea-ology Hinge Clip to the tag and some dots of Cosmic Shimmer Pearlescent PVA in Choco Brown around the edges.
Thanks for stopping by.
Hi Julia, what a stunner, just right for a man, colours and style so fitting.ReplyDelete
Morning Julia what a stunning mans card and the colours are just fitting for a male card.ReplyDelete
Hi Julia, what a brilliant male card...love the design and the colouring, Carole Z XReplyDelete
An excellent male cardReplyDelete
Beautiful card just right for the male cards .melanieReplyDelete
Hi Julia, a fabulous card, I'm really glad that there are now more products for masculin cards especially getting away from sport.ReplyDelete
Hi Julia, this is a great card, love those folders, but have not ordered them yet. So many needs, too little money:-) BxReplyDelete
Morning Julia, I love this card. I love the Sepia tones you have used, very vintage and earthy. A beautiful card for a man and I love the clock faces, I will have to order those and also love the stamps, the list is getting longer ha ha. Beautiful card Julia, I love it. Lots of love from Patricia xxReplyDelete
Fantastic card. I love how masculine this card is. I got all my stuff yesterday and started using it as soon as I got home from work. The whole lot of dies are brilliant. Thank goodness for flexipay LOL!!ReplyDelete
The more I am seeing these hexagon dies the more I'm thinking how useful they are so as Christmas is looming nearer in the crafting world they are now on my Christmas present list!! Best wishes Jackie DReplyDelete
Great card for the men that we all have to craft for, lovely colours suits the stamps.
Morning Julia lovely card, really like these stamps and the kicking rubber mbossabilities xx hazelReplyDelete
Hello Julia really love this, would be perfect for my nephew as he is studying photographyReplyDelete
I love the vintage look of this card.ReplyDelete
Carolyn B x
This is a great card I love the m bossility folder.
Hi Julia is there any chance you will be getting the taupe card out of the neutral cardstock in your shop at all?ReplyDelete
I will look into next time I place an order.Delete
Good Morning JuliaReplyDelete
Fab male card, i think the hexagons are so useful and love the kickin rubber embossing folder. Im not sure on all the pearl dots on this one but love the rest of it.
Morning Julia, well I think the comments say it all! This is such a brilliant male card, oh I just love everything about it. My list of dies/embossabilities is growing bigger by the day. Christine H xxReplyDelete
Lovely, lovely, lovely - think I like this one eh Julia!! It is really great in these colours and I am a huge fan of that background! A brilliant card for men - but with a slight change of colours, a lovely card for a female photographer.ReplyDelete
Fab card Julia.
Hugs Sue P xxx
Hi julia love this card very suitable for the men in our life!! I'm really liking the hexagon dies will have to add to wanted list!! I got the demo card yesterday thank you and I have to say that it looks even better when you see it up close!! Love lesleyxxReplyDelete
Just a perfect mans cardReplyDelete
Hi Julia, A great card will suit my son to a tee as he is aReplyDelete
photographer in Aus. and his birthday is coming up in August
so I better get cracking.