Hello and Welcome!
I am here today to share one of my first takes on making a "masculine" card. I will be the first to agree with anyone who says that making a card for a guy is not the easiest task. I don't know if I really succeeded, but I at least stuck to some neutrals so hopefully I get some brownie points for that. I knew I needed to stick to a pretty basic color scheme, but I did reach out to a challenge or two for some sketch inspiration.
And here is today's card...
Size: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"
Paper: Whisper White, Share What You Love DSP
Ink: Tuxedo Black, Crumb Cake
Stamps: Work of Art, Sunshine Sayings, Make a Difference
Accessories: Pinewood Planks Embossing Folder, Rectangle Stitched Framelits, Sprig Punch, Linen Twine
I'll leave you with a quick close up of the outside sentiment as well as a quick pick of the inside sentiment. The Work of Art stamp set is so versatile and I love the detailed, paintbrush look that you get from the stamps. I think I will need to pull this set out more often!
This card was inspired by the following challenge:
I think I forgot that the wood planks needed to be cut into squares...loose interpretation from this girl this week :/
Keep Austin Crafty!