A new twist on ‘The Man’

Last night I was sitting in my scrapbook/computer room trying to come up with an idea using the stamp set “The Man.”  I even asked my husband, but he was of no help…who would have thought…lol! Our anniversary is coming up exactly 2 months from today, so I thought….how can I combine this stamp set and love, the masculine and the feminine? Here is what I came up with:

I used the stamp sets ‘The Man’ and ‘Delightful Little Things.’ The base is just a plain piece of black cardstock, but I needed a little something more feminine than the quote. I chose to use aluminum foil because it’s shiny (feminine) and when I cut it the edges were a little uneven (masculine). The next layer is….you guessed it…SANDPAPER. What can be any more masculine than that! The quote is raised with foam dots so I could get some dimension, and I thought the brads along the side would also help echo the ‘stud’ stamp!

I hope you have enjoyed today’s project…I know I have! You can purchase these sets through me, so shoot me an email at memace8387@gmail.com if you are interested. When you order, there will be a few extra goodies inside! ‘Delightful Little Things’ is $24.00 and ‘The Man’ is just $6.00! Have a GREAT rest of the day!


15 responses to “A new twist on ‘The Man’

  1. Oh i love how youve used the old ippity sentiment with the new ippity , its fab :0)

  2. LOVE the creativity!

  3. So cute. He will love it!

  4. Sharon Gullikson

    Male cards are hard, aren’t they? But yours is great. Our 27th wedding anniversary (and 30 years together anniversary!) is June 21st. I can’t be old enough!!!!!!

  5. Your hubby will love this card. Congrats.

  6. Foil?! How creative!!!

  7. awesome card…very creative
    thanks for sharing

  8. This is cute.

  9. Wow! This is very original! Love the texture and shiny! Great card!!!
    Hugs, Wendy

  10. Great idea to use sandpaper:)

  11. Lovely card! Love that sentiment!!

  12. Jennifer mitten

    I love this! That cork is fab!

  13. Great way to combine the masculine and feminine!

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