It was so much fun getting together with our viewers yesterday. We don’t make enough masculine cards, so Monday seemed the right day to do it!

Ann was inspired by a card she saw that Vicki, one of our viewers, had made. And then we put our spin on it.

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Masculine Card

Ann wanted to use a different greeting but I insisted on this one. Rolling with it is the Jack Russell way if living so of course, I’m loving this card.

Did you ever notice that many masculine cards are made with neutral colors? Sometimes browns and beiges, but this time Basic Gray, Real Red and Smoky Slate.

You can watch the replay here on YouTube or in the video below. I won’t tell Ann if you fast forward to the parts you need.

Honest, I won’t. There’s just something different about being there live and watching it later.

Of course, after it was over, we had to add a little personality. And what better way than some Black Dots?

It only took a couple black dots to give it a little more panache.

Make a Man Card
Masculine Card

When Ann test second generation stamping with the chess pieces on some card stock, the background pieces were easier to see. On the final piece, you can hardly see them.

So I guess they’re farther back behind than on the test scrap.

We’ll be posting the retirement list here tomorrow. Do you think this stamp set will be on it?

Here’s what we used to make this man card.

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