Masculine - Let's Hear It For The Boys

Masculine cards are my nemisis.  I know men like flowers, too.  But for some reason, we need more manly cards for our guys.  I  started on my masculine mission last week when I made high top tennis shoes in manly colors.  And I continue down that path this week with more masculine cards.

During the Memorial Day Blog Hop, Sandy Allnock did a technique video for making metal cards.  Check out her blog post and video at Sandy Allnock's Blog.

I used her technique and some Hero Arts shadow ink to create some guy cards:


Here are the tools that I used in addition to the Hero Arts ink to create the cards.  Tim Holtz stamps, Hero Arts and Unity Stamps sentiment and Bo Bunny paper.  




Thank you for stopping by my blog.  Have a great day and be inspired.

April

1 Peter 2:24  "He himself bore our sins" in his body on the cross, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; "by his wounds you have been healed."

Comments

  1. Hey April, Love your cards! You certainly succeeded in the Manly category. The images look so real as if to be hand drawn, not a Stamp. Fantastic job!
    Take care!
    Dee B

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    1. Thank you. :-) Masculine cards are always very hard for me.
      April

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  2. Awesome! You did an outstanding job with these manly cards. I especially like the clever print choices you made. My favorite is the one with the gears. Blessings!

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    1. Thank you. Tim Holtz stuff is always fun to work with. :-)
      April

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