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February and March Classes

Masculine Cards With Open Sea


I've got a nice stash of cards in my card crate, but am very much lacking in cards for the guys!  My brother in law had a birthday recently so I got out some masculine looking products ......


.... and set to work creating!  In holiday mode so kept it nice and simple.  


You can find a great range of products for the men in your life on pages 18 and 19 of the Summer Mini.  


 Stamp Set: The Open Sea.  Bakers Twine in a few colour combos.  And the Nautical Expedition patterned paper.   I've grabbed out my 1 1/4" and 1 3/8" circle punches for a quick and easy card.


Shhhh, really should have sponged the edges of those circles but hey - it is January!

Colours:  I used the colours from the DSP - Cherry Cobbler, Not Quite Navy, Early Espresso and Basic Gray


While I had the supplies out I whipped up two more.  Now if I can get into the habit of that I'll be restocked for guy cards in no time.   Takes not much longer to make 3 as to make 1, especially with simple designs. 


Have a great weekend!   Cheers, Sue 


Perri Dixon

Great cards ... wonderful idea to make 3 at a time to have a few on hand ... am very new to the stamping/cardmaking :-)
Happy creating, P

Chris H

These are great cards, Sue. Love the twine idea!


I love these cards Sue - love the idea of the circles - might have a go at a girlie version using the same design. Very nice.

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