Masculine Cards


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Moving on…

I know a lot of people say they struggle with masculine cards – I know I often do. So I thought I would share a couple I have done recently. This first one is very similar to one I did that can be seen in the most recent issue of Creating Keepsakes. It would be great for a guy or to donate to the Operation Write Home folks. Uses lots of Hero Arts, including THIS great stamp set…

And here is another that was a big ol’ reject from Paper Crafts. (Yes, we Go To Gals get rejected too! It is part of the process.) Used THIS cute set from Lawn Fawn. All the socks are from the same stamp – I just doodled different patterns on them. A great way to get more from your stamps…

The best part about masculine cards? You can usually just change the colors to feminine and do the exact same card for a gal. Easy peasy.

Be back soon!

Below are the supplies used for this card. To find them at Simon Says Stamp, click on the SSS below the thumbnails. For Ellen Hutson, click on EH

Hero Arts All The Time Stamp Set (SSS|EH)


Lawn Fawn My Silly Valentine Stamp Set (SSS|EH)


Copic Markers (SSS|EH)


Neenah White Cardstock 25 Sheets (SSS|EH)


White Embossing Powder (SSS|EH)


Corner Chomper (SSS|EH)


HA Sunshine Mixed Accents (SSS|EH)


EK Success Powder Tool (SSS|EH)



27 CommentsCards, Hero Arts, Lawn Fawn

  1. Love ‘em both, Jennifer! :)

  2. Cynthia B.

    Great ideas! Always need help with masculine cards. Thanks!

  3. Heidi

    Beautiful cards.

  4. These are both cute Jennifer! Love how you did the socks! :)

  5. Such great cards…Love them both..The socks cracked me up. Glad about the adding you to my reader. I will do that. It makes it easy to see when blogs update without having to remember. Thank you.

  6. kathy/NorthCarolina

    I love the way you layered the two text stamps in the first card. So effective! And your doodled socks are darling!

  7. Maryann

    Some really cute cards here again Jenniffer, really lovely work as always. <i love the little socks on the one of them, they´re just too cute, I think.

  8. Sarah M

    These are fabulous!

  9. janet Wilson

    Both excellent masculine cards. Very surprised the “sock” card was rejected – it seems pretty unique to me and very cute sentiment.

  10. love how you added patterns to the socks!

  11. The doodled socks are adorable!

  12. conil

    Both of these cards are perfect. Imagine, a rejection. Shame on them. LOL

  13. Victoria in OHio

    i LOVE The miss you all the time card- and i cant believe they rejected your socks one, that is so cute!

  14. bzyPTmom

    I like both your cards–and I wouldn’t have rejected the sox–love it!

  15. I actually prefer making masculine cards. I know I’m in the minority though. Your cards are fantastic!! I can’t imagine why the sock card was rejected.

  16. These are great! I LOVE the socks card!!!!

  17. awesomeness in card form! love masculine cards and oddly they’re my favorite to make :)

  18. Tona

    These are both great cards!

  19. barbara lassiter

    Cute cards. I think both are great!

  20. Kathy H

    Why ever would they reject such a cute card?!

  21. Wow, both are great cards and it’s so hard to believe the Knock Your Socks Off card was rejected! It’s adorable!!! And I love your doodling to make it your own :)

  22. Carol Perry

    Gulp! It’s hard to image the JM got rejected with that cute sock card. I find it adorable. Like the first one two. Thanks for the inspiration.

  23. Sue D

    Thanks for the great masculine cards!

  24. Fab cards! The doodling’s a great idea. Will have to give that a go!

  25. fabulous cards, Jennifer! love them both!

  26. Deepa

    Great cards. Love your doodling on the socks.

  27. Julie in Edmonds

    Why is it that masculine cards are so difficult? I am definitely a struggler. Thanks for the inspiration.

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