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Thursday, 26 October 2017

Here Come the Men!

Good Morning everyone.

So today im sharing a couple of Male birthday cards. 



A5 Kraft Cardblank.  First i die cut the wheat from brusho coloured card.  Embossed white card with brick embossing folder and then added some colour using the same brusho's as the wheat.   Printed greeting die cut into a rectangle.  I then die cut a frame from kraft card and mounted on foam pads.  I then added the wheat and a twine bow. 


A close up of the wheat, i shaped it a bit with a ball tool first.  I went with wheat as its for a farmer and also apt for this time of year. 


on to a simple card

6x5 white cardblank.  I then die cut into the card front using the tim holtz mixed media die.  I add an insert from patterned paper, folding so the pattern is on the outside and white on the inside.  Stamped sentiment die cut into an oval.  I cut some of the red paper with the mixed media die and added them to the front for more interest. 


Close up showing the detail.




and below a very simple card for an elderly gentleman with no interests


5x5 white card blank.  Black and white pattern paper matted onto red card.  He had bad eyesight so went with bold colours.  Stamped sentiment die cut into an oval and a strip of the same paper added across the front.  A simple card but might give one of you some inspiration for those pesky males! 

Items used:

IO (Impression Obsession) wheat die
Crafters companion brick embossing folder
Brusho's
Double stitched rectangle dies
Tim Holtz mixed media dies
'Seas the Day' Papers by B&M
Stampin up 'curly cute' sentiment
Bold & Beautiful papers by B&M


Thank you for stopping by and taking a peek.  I hope you are all having a good week. Hugs Emma 



19 comments:

  1. A wonderful selection Ginny x
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  2. Men cards are so hard to make; these are absolutely fabulous especially the wheat one. Well done :-)

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  3. Beautiful cards Emma, love the wheat on the first one

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  4. Brilliant cards Emma, love the wheat one ! Looks so realistic !
    Pam x

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  5. Fantastic male cards Emma, love the designs... gorgeous colours on your wheat, looks fab!
    Hugs
    Wendy xx

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  6. Lovely cards, those colours of the wheat cards are stunning Gx

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  7. Fab male cards. Love the wheat die.

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  8. Hi Emma... love your two cards ... really amazing ... I have that tim holtz die love what you have done with it ... I am quite happy doing men cards at the moment have done a couple coz its dh's birthday today ... hope you have a great weekend ... missing do-crafts already ...happy crafting and love sandy xx

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  9. You've made some lovely cards here. I especially love that wheat! Sian.

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  10. Brilliant set of male cards they are just the job, the wheat is spectacular ... Steph x

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  11. Brilliant Male cards Emma, they are the hardest I think but yours are brilliant especially the wheat one. Betty X

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  12. Brilliant male cards, love the colours on the first card is so beautiful x

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  13. Wonderful masculine card designs Emma and your wheat stocks are just gorgeous.

    Hugs Diane

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  14. Two brilliant Male cards Emma and great designs.
    Hugs Babs x

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  15. fantastic male cards Emma i always find them so hard to do but you have given me a few ideas for next years cards so thank you
    katex

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  16. What a fab selection of male cards Emma, they are just not easy to make for are they? Love the brushoed wheat. Big hugs Kirsty. x

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  17. A fantastic selection of cards. I really love the wheat - fabulous shape on them & gorgeous colours.

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  18. Brilliant cards Emma, gorgeous colours on the wheat one xx

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