Hope you all are doing well. Today I have a very different card. Different card meaning different from all the cards I've made till now :). I used my distress inks to create the background. A grungy looking masculine card.
Take a look at it.
I've tried to give a "diary" kind of look to the card. I tried my best to use whatever I had with me to make this card. Hope my first try for a masculine card has come out well!
Thanks for visiting today and leaving your wonderful comments.
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I love your masculine card, Sarah! I have such a hard time thinking of card designs for men so seeing yours is great inspiration :)ReplyDelete
Thinking of you, dear friend!
I think it is gorgeous, Sarah! I think your color choice makes it perfect for a man with the cute pocket watch, too. Great job!ReplyDelete
Cute tag & pocket watch.Beautiful ! Love the card.ReplyDelete
Handsome card! There is always a need for a gentleman's greeting card...so difficult to find!lReplyDelete
It is beautiful SarahReplyDelete
Wow ! I loved the bg with distress inks Sarah ! I find it very difficult to work with shads of brown,you have done it wonderfully !ReplyDelete
Congrats for special mention in Shabby tea Room :D !
Perfect masculine card. Looks simple and neat.ReplyDelete
Hi Sarah, I have a difficult time finding masculine cards for my older brother and adult nephew. This is really a great design.ReplyDelete
Thank you for your kindness on my blog.
Have a good evening.
Well done, Sarah! It would be a card any guy would like to receive.ReplyDelete
it is very beautiful Sarah... love the watch...ReplyDelete
Sarah, you have done a great job with your masculine card. It is always a challenge for me to come up with creative designs that do not look "girly." You inspire me!ReplyDelete
Blessings, Ginny B
Sarah you certainly created a GREAT masculine card that has a journal look! Glad to see the trim put to such beautiful use!!! Love the pocket watch!!! Fabulous!!!!ReplyDelete
Sarah, please feel free to link any of your beautiful project at WIW,ReplyDelete
you are always welcome!
you did a terrific masculine card, for me these are the hardest to do and you achieved it! Love the letter stencil you used and the tag goes perfectly with the ribbon, time clocks are always good for a guy card!ReplyDelete
A wonderful masculine card, with the time theme. You know, I don't think I've ever tried those 2 DI together, and what a beautiful look you achieved. It looks like suede marble cloth. Loved that gorgeous lace too, and such a beautiful contrast to the soft tans & beiges. A perfect color for the card mat or base too. I love it! Well done. TFS & HugsReplyDelete
This is a wonderful masculine card...I like everything about it!ReplyDelete
I've been roaming around on your site, admiring all of your work!
Loved the bg look Sarah and that lace too ina masculine card! The watch balances the macho look.ReplyDelete
You've def achieved the diary look with the lace going down the middle and the really cute watch stamp. A very clever idea to create two visual panels using the lace partition. Thank you so much for playing Alongwith lulupu.ReplyDelete
Your masculine card has come out great Sarah! Love it!Thank you for joining us at Lulupu challenge#36!ReplyDelete
A great masculine card! The lace is lovely and love the stamps !ReplyDelete
Wonderful masculine card, love the stamp. Thanks so much for joining us at Lulupu Macho Challenge. Good luck.. :)ReplyDelete
Your masculine card looks fabulous, Sarah. Really loved the two panel look you have created and the clean, crisp finish of your card.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for playing along Lulupu #36 and best of luck !