Thursday, November 7, 2013

Masculine thank you card made using the Small Talk Frames and Tags cartridge

Hello, friends!



Today's card is another masculine one. Two masculine cards in one month! I am on a roll! It was made using the Small Talk Frames and Tags cartridge and Echo Park paper.

The banner were stickers from the paper pack and then I added twine to tie them all together. I used Scotch glue to adhere it, but you have to be careful when adhering twine and other things that have little surface area.

The inside was stamped using Close To My Heart stamps and Washi Tape.


CCR file: https://app.box.com/s/udibgsc3wqwtk5348lrj
GYPSY file: https://app.box.com/s/uno10yugmjbmybay98me






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19 comments:

Joan Smith said...

Cute card great choices for papers and colors. The stamp set worked really well for this card. I love this cartridge it has so many cute ideas on it.

LST in Colorado said...

Cute card, can we say that for a masculine card? This card can also be feminized by changing the color scheme. Enjoy seeing cards that are suitable for either gender with a change in color. Thanks for sharng. Yep, that twine/string can be tricky ;)

Sue D said...

Great masculine card--I like the frame and the banner.

Martha Herrera said...

Love this masculine card!
Thanks so much for sharing.

Deborah R said...

Adorable banner. Love washi!

carolyn Knight said...

Love this. I always have a hard time coming up with cards for men. Thank you! Carolyn from Peoria Arizona

Kim said...

Great masculine card. It's so hard finding masculine cards.

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Like the masculine card outside as well as nicely finished inside.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Vanessa said...

Very nice! Thanks for sharing!

s said...

Like your masculine card, reminds me of a belt buckle. The choice of colors and papers are just great.

tndj said...

Nice card and love the colors. Definitely speaks masculine!

MyCjs said...

Great card. I love the colors, thanks for sharing

Peg Toth said...

I really like your "sentiment" cards this week. Sometimes my mind hits a blank when I have a card to send and I enjoy your ideas. Thanks so much.

marg0006 said...

Great looking card.

Mommy's Crafty Creations said...

Great card!

Have a great day!

Veronica

Anonymous said...

This is such a great card. The pattern you chose is perfect for a masculine card. Great Idea's as always.

Kathleen Baugh jbaugh1481@aol.com

Amanda Williams said...

Love this card!! Always look for masculine cards. Thanks for sharing!!

Patty said...

Very cool masculine card...love the colors!

Cheryl W said...

Such a great masculine card. Love ideas like these. Guy cards are so hard for me.

 
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