Sunday, May 3, 2015

3rd "Guy Greetings" Card

Have you ever tried stamping with Cherry Cobbler onto Basic Gary? (bottom of the card) It looks very sophisticated and masculine. I was pleased that my idea worked so well, and will have to remember this combo for future projects.

Personally, I'm wishing that I hadn't inked the edges of the automobile piece with Cherry Cobbler, but I still really like the card overall. Love those hats and will make some more cards using them later. I also need to get a Stamp-A-Ma-Jig! It would make stamping the back ground hats much easier!

I used Very Vanilla on this card rather than Whisper White and was glad I did so. I think it lends itself better to a vintage vibe, as well as a bit more masculine.

And the inside....

Well, I'm enjoying making these masculine cards and hope that you are enjoying looking at them. I wish that this stamp set had 'Son' in with the other masculine roles, because with sons I could really use it.

Hope you are inspired to start creating some of your own masculine cards.

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Happy stamping!

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