Today I am going to share cards I made last month. I made masculine cards. Man cards. I got carried away and made many! Most of which I chose not to post. Didn't want to overwhelm you (like I did to myself). We always need a man card when we don't have one already made. I won't be caught in that position anytime soon. Most of the cards were made with retiring cardstock. I will give you the recipes I used for the cards going left to right. Forgive me for not following a traditional recipe format. It's just easier to do it this other way. I think. I hope you will figure out my madness. Stamp set: Motorcycle, Teeny Tiny Messages Paper: Going Gray, Dusty Durango, Bravo Burgundy, Whisper White; Going Gray, Bermuda Bay, Whisper White, black; Close to Cocoa, Creamy Carmel, Dusty Durango; Kraft, Olive Green, Bravo Burgundy and Autumn Traditions DSP Ink:Bravo Burgundy, Handsome Hunter, Choc. Chip, Bravo Burgundy Accessories: Twine
I hope you figured out what I did above with the recipe. These next two cards are made with the same stamp sets. Both use the same paper: Going Gray, Black and Basic Gray. The first card was made with the Big Shot and a texturz plate - Harlequin. Plus black grograin ribbon. The second card has Basic Gray Taffeta ribbon. I used the tearing technique on this card. Next time I will share more manly cards.
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