This week on the Sisters in Stamping blog we are focusing on masculine cards... I decided to go a step further and create a Father's Day card since that holiday is right around the corner.
The Totally Tool set is such a fantastic set for making masculine cards and I am so happy that it is returning in the new catalog! I used the saw image for my card today - I just love the words. Do you recognize the DSP? It is from the Travel Journal DSP in the Summer Mini catalog. I liked the colors - it seemed very masculine to me. I went with very vanilla for my card along with kraft (soon to be known as crumb cake) and I pulled the garden green and pumpkin pie from the tiny stripes in the DSP for accent colors. The saw blade was colored with my aqua painter and basic gray ink and the handle of the saw is chocolate chip ink applied with the aqua painter. The studs in the handle are actually gold brads. The Happy Father's Day sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes - my favorite go-to set for sentiments. This is a simple card, but I think masculine cards tend to be more on the simple side, right?
I hope you are inspired to make a masculine card this weekend - why not get your Father's Day cards made early? For more inspiration, be sure to check out the Sisters In Stamping blog after Noon EST today to see what everyone else created this week.
Thanks for stopping by - I hope you have a fabulous weekend! Please visit this weekend as I share the swap from my downline meeting this month. The theme was watercoloring and there were some terrific cards submitted!
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