Friday, March 11, 2011

Feel Better Soon - Masculine Card

Have I mentioned that I struggle with masculine cards? Well I do. Anyway, here was my attempt at a masculine get well card.


I made my first Papertrey Ink order a few weeks ago and this is my first project using some of their card stock. I used Ripe Avocado and Summer Sunrise. I also used the cute little diamond stamp from Emma's (My Creative Time's) My Journaling stamp set. I just used my versamark watermark ink pad and repeated the pattern for the size of the card. Here is a picture of this stamp set.


I hope you are all having a wonderful day. Thanks for visiting.

Items Used:

*Lyrical Letters Cricut cartridge
*My Creative Time stamps - My Journaling
*Papertrey Ink card stock
*Black Zig Marker
*Versamark watermark ink pad
*Ribbon

14 comments:

  1. Wow Glora, what a great job. I have a really hard time with masculine cards too. I LOVE that background stamp, I just may have to pop over and add that set to my collection:) Have a great weekend:)

    Hugs,
    Stephanie

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  2. I think you did a great job on your masculine card!

    Jazzy

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  3. Wow Glora,
    Great job lining up the diamond pattern! I thought it was patterned paper. It is perfectly masculine.
    Hugs, Janice

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  4. Great card! I love how you added the dots on your letters.

    Georgiana

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  5. I love it!!! Great job lining up the stamps to get such an even background! My diamonds would be all over the place!! LOL
    Linda :)

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  6. I was having the same struggle last night. Your card turned out really well, Glora! Great job with the background stamps!

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  7. It's beautiful! Simplicity is the best, and you nailed it!

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  8. Great job, Glora! Masculine cards are the hardest for me, too. I should probably buy a masculine cartridge to help me out but I am more drawn to the cute one!

    Hugs!

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  9. I love how you created the background. Great job on the card. Very nice. :)

    Pam

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  10. It is a great card Glora... love the letters. You see?, now I want that cartridge...lol...Thanks for stopping by my blog... HUGS...SK :)

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  11. I think it turned out great Glora! I love how you used the stamp for the background paper! I would have never been able to keep it that straight! Great job! Hugs, Leanne

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  12. Wow, Glora! I thought the paper came like that! You did such a good job lining up the stamp to make your background!!! :) You are making me want to shop...I love all your new goodies! ;)

    Thanks so much for sharing!

    Crafty hugs,

    Jennifer
    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

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