Good Morning! I’d like to be sailing away today! LOL! We are bracing ourselves for yet another Wednesday storm here in Nova Scotia. I am totally getting sick of all the snow and storms and I totally hate having to drive to work in them! Anyway, you didn’t come here to listen to me complain. LOL!
I have made this card in the past and I always like to have several of them in my stash for our guy friends birthdays and I have completely run out so I made a few more to have on hand.
The boat stamp is by Stampin’ Up and the anchor’s are by JustRite. This is a fun card to put together, fun and a bit messy with all the splattered ink.
I hope you all are having a good week and thanks for stopping by! I’m off to work!
I have a very quick post for you this morning and I am busy getting ready for work. I have prepared a nice little Masculine card class to teach at The Cutting Garden next month. I always love to try to make Masculine cards because I always find them quite difficult and when I manage to make some that turn out well, I feel like I have really accomplished something.
I used the Technique Tuesday stamp set called All Aboard. As soon as I saw it, I knew I just had to have it!
I hope you all have a great week and thanks for stopping by!
Good Morning! Wow this has been such a busy week for me! I have a super quick post for you this morning as I am busy getting ready to head off to work….
Kim recently got in some sweet Technique Tuesday stamp sets at The Cutting Garden and I haven’t had much of a chance to ink them up but I managed to make this manly card using one of the stamps. I am excited to get to go to the garden tonight for class! I feels like forever since I have been there!
I hope you all are having a great week and thanks for stopping by!
Good Morning Blog Friends!
Happy Monday! I thought I would do a quick post of an upcoming class at The Cutting Garden. I really enjoy making masculine cards because I find that they are so challenging. Not a butterfly or a flower to be seen! LOL!
This stamp set is by My Favorite Things… It is an amazing set of stamps and Kim can’t seem to keep it on the shelf!
I hope you all have a great day and thanks for stopping by!
Advance posting is fantastic…. I love setting my blog up to post automatically for me in advance. I get lazy posting on the weekend so sometimes I will just take an evening and set some posts up so I don’t have to think about it.
Here is a little masculine card I made last week using the My Favorite Things Lighthouses stamp set…
This one is a super simple easel card stamped in VersaFine Oynx black. I thought it would be a good time to post this card as it is Father’s day weekend.
I hope you are enjoying your weekend and thanks for stopping by!
Good Morning! I hope you are not getting sick of seeing all these masculine cards that I have been posting! I’ve got another quick little one to share with you and then I am off to work! I have a bunch of winter scene stamps sitting on my shelf and when I was trying to think up something new to make for a masculine card, I said “what the heck” surely this will work?…
The stamp is by Hero Arts – K5524. This stamp makes some pretty awesome Christmas cards as well so I felt it was a really good buy.
I hope you all have a fantastic day and thanks for stopping by!
Ugh! It’s Monday again! Where did the weekend go? I didn’t get much crafty time in this past weekend. I spent the majority of my time in my garden. I managed to get all my little vegetable plants in the ground and Tony made my bean towers and I planted my bean seeds. It has been a very productive weekend for me! The weather was absolutely amazing this past weekend and I spent all my time in the back yard. Hopefully I will find some time this week in the evenings to get crafty.
I have a masculine card to share with you this morning. It is just a simple little card…
I picked up this cute little stamp at the yard sale at The Cutting Garden. I felt it would be great for father’s day cards or masculine birthday cards. I am off to get ready for work!
I hope you have a great day and thanks for stopping by!