Each month the Art With Heart team that I belong to has a creative showcase with a different theme.
This month it is masculine cards and the team have gotten together to share lots of ideas for cards for the guys in our lives.
I always seem to run out of those so some extra inspiration will be handy. Are you looking for some masculine card ideas? You've come to the right spot.
I've got the link to the showcase host at the bottom of this post - head on over there to see lots more masculine card ideas from the crew.
Mine is a quick and simple card and it is easy to whip up a batch of these while you have your supplies out. Just grab a pack of patterned paper that has designs that work well for masculine cards. I've chosen In Good Taste - such great textural looking designs. Select a few coordinating cardstock colours and the Rectangular Postage Stamp Punch plus your favourite adhesives and that's about all you need to make these at home.
Tips for this card: I've cut a layer 13.8cm x 9.5cm. To add a little extra oomph to this you can pop it through with an embossing folder (see card below.) Or if you don't have an embossing machine - use the scoring blade on your trimmer and add some scored lines such as I've done in the card above. You can trim this layer with another colour just a smidge bigger if you like. I like to punch a stack of the postage stamp rectangles then choose 4 to mix and match. This bit always seems to take the longest - so many great patterns to choose from. I start with the outside two and leave about half hanging off the edge. Then add the inner two and you can even up the spacing. Trim off the overhanging parts then add to your base card. A quick greeting with the Classic Label punch to finish off and you're all set.
The links to the rest of the team's cards can be found over here on Rachel's blog - Rachel is our lovely showcase host each month. Click on that link to have a browse through some other fab projects if you need some ideas for masculine cards. Our showcase team would love it if you could say hello in the comments.
Happy creating and stay well.