Sunday, June 11, 2017

Masculine card trio

Can you tell I am stocking up on masculine cards?!  Challenges will do that to you :)  Today I am sharing a trio of cards that I created using the Hey Mister collection by My Mind's Eye.

A simple card... was going for the feel of passing notes in high school.... do they even do that anymore?!  LOL  I fussy cut the dog and speech bubble from pattern paper and mounted on foam squares.  The spiral punch is one of the first Stampin' UP! punches I ever purchased and is one of my favorites!

Next up, a simple one using some die cuts and stickers from the collection. Of course a bit of stitching and staples. 

Finally a clean and simple card with more fussy cutting.  Again, the dog and speech bubbles are on foam squares. 

This last card uses this sketch:

And this theme: 

Once again playing along with a few masculine challenges:


LeAnne said...

Oh my gosh, these are wonderful! What fun little are on a roll for sure! So glad you shared them with Stamp Ink Paper this week!

~amy~ said...

These are awesome masculine cards!

Anja Curvers said...

Wow awesome masculine cards I Always struggle with them. You gave lots of inspiration. Thanks for joining us over at ATCAS.

Doni High said...

Great masculine cards. I love that sweet little Dog and the speech bubbles. Thanks for joining us at ATCAS.

Alison Barlow said...

Great male cards - I love the file paper and that dog is soo cute!! Thank you for joining us at Fab'n Funky.
Alison x

Rochelle Blok said...

Fabulous masculine cards Laurel. The little bulldog is a fun addition and I'm loving the mixture of the patterned papers. Thanks for playing along this week at supporting us at TGIF Challenges. Rochelle xo

Melissa Bove said...

Fabulous cards! Such wonderful designs and great images!!

Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!


Elizabeth Price said...

I LOVE THEM ALL!! Seriously this trio of cards is amazing. I love the staple and washi little details along with all the papers. I am so glad you played along with our sketch challenge at TGIF because these cards are a delight to study and totally inspiring. Smiles, Elizabeth

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