Wow ....
Garden Whimsy, Outlaw scrapbook page and another boy card!

Don't fall over, I made a male card!

I have had many requests to make some male cards, so I thought I had better get to it. Here's a quick one for now, but I hope to be back later tonight with some more.

This one is a very simple card using the Stampin' Up! Outlaw Designer Series Paper as a backdrop. Lovely colours in that one and very suited to male cards.

Wanted horses



The stamped image is one of the stamps from the Stampin' Up! Wanted stamp set. It has just been 'stamped off' which is basically just re-stamping without reinking the stamp. It gives a lovely effect of the horse galloping. The greeting is from a cute little set called A Little Birthday Cheer. This set has four lovely birthday greetings in it and is only $26.95. I have used Naturals Ivory, Chocolate Chip, Sage Shadow and Really Rust cardstock. The image and greeting are stamped in Chocolate Chip. I have used the faux stitching technique around the bottom patterned paper (this is very simple, just evenly spaced pierced holes joined up with the thin end of a marker (Chocolate Chip in this case)..

Hope to be back with a couple more ideas for male cards tonight. Happy stamping,

Claire xx


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sharon dale

love it claire...the hostess of my next workshop has requested a male card too and we've had trouble choosing one to mode our card on as there ain't too many around to look at! thanks for some inspiration.

Catherine fradet

One more gorgeous card,Claire .
The look is so masculine by the colours but also a bit feminine by the small details.
So beautiful.

Sandra Smart

Oh, I just love it! So perfect for a man.


Love the shadow effect the 'stamping off' gives. Lovely colours and positioning Claire :) If only I had half your talent....

Kristy Young

WOW! I love this card, my Dads birthday is in a few weeks. Love the colour combinations too.

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