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Masculine Card With Well Worn DSP

I never seem to have enough guy cards in my little box of cards, so this week I decided to grab out a pack of Well Worn DSP and some Crumb Cake (Kraft) cardstock and get creating.


I trimmed all my cardstock strips to the same width and spaced them randomly so I didn't have to do any maths - ha ha.

Simply Scored for the score lines, some linen thread and an antique brad, and a greeting.  (From one of the big birthday sets.)  Even dug up my stampamajig this time rather than winging it on the greeting.


One more pic since I rather like this one.  My sort of style - simple.


Have a fabulous weekend.  I had a creative burst last week so a few more things to share with you in the coming week. 

Happy stamping!    Cheers, Sue


Michelle Lupton

Love this! Will have to CASE this one :) I especially like the scored lines, and you already know that Antique Brads are my favourite!!


LOVE it Sue! Can't go past Well Worn and Crumb Cake for guy cards IMO! The linen thread and brad are a classy addition TFS! In my faves!

Christine Blain

GREAT card, Sue! Well Worn is such great paper for masculine cards, and I love the scored lines. Go you, using your SAMJ (I'd be lost without mine!)!!


Lovely card Sue,the linen thread and antique brad add a nice touch. I'm loving Well Worn DSP too.


These cards are just perfection!! Now I NEED to get some Well Worn DSP. :)


This card is brilliant Sue, love it very much, especially the linen thread and brad - my fav. DSP too

Tina Gillespie

Love this card Sue! Fabulous male card and so quick and easy to put together.


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