5.31.2013

Flourishes Friday! - Masculine Cards





Happy Friday everyone!
It is another Flourishes Friday and today we're going to continue on our theme of masculine cards that we began last week, giving you some more great inspiration for that guy in your life!  The Senior Design Team is picking any set in our Flourishes Stamp Collection and showing off their masculine designs to you today.  I know you'll be inspired and come away with some great manly ideas!

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I used Father's Day set for today's card. I love the silhouette image and it reminds of my husband and son -- guys of my life :) This set is such a wonderful set for masculine cards!
I created the card with Classic White cardstock, Kraft cardstock and designer papers. I gave a little curve when I stamped the sentiment and I also off-stamped both image and sentiment to create shadows. I think it turned out great :)


The rest of supplies: Memento - Rhubarb Stalk, Espresso Truffle, Toffee Crunch, CME buttons - Rich Brown Light, cotton stripe ribbonkraft jute twine, silver pearls, Perfectly Pierced Hourglass die, embossing folder, window punch




Be sure to visit the other FLLC Sr Designers for more inspirations.


Thank you for stopping by.
Have a wonderful weekend!

Maki

9 comments:

TLady said...

LOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE what you've done with this Maki!!!!!!!! It looks 3-D!!!!!!!!!!!! FABULOUS JOB!!!!!!!!!!:) It's EARNED A "WOW!!!!!!!" :)

Catherine Pooler said...

LOVE this silhouette! Great masculine card.

Allison Cope Israels said...

Oh Maki! Lovin' your masculine card! Love the shadow effect of your inked image and then fabulous use of the greeting! Awesome manly card today!

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Great masculine card, so fun with the shadow behind the sentiment Maki!

ChristineCreations said...

I think the shadowing is awesome Maki! I honestly thought at first that you had stamped on acetate. Really cool effect!

Heather Jensen said...

I like the shadows that your off stamping created. Such a cute image. :)

Amanda said...

Wow, Maki! I love your use of the clear cover cardstock! The colors and the design are Fabulous, I love it!

Silke Ledlow said...

Awesome card...the DP, the effect of the stamped image and the overall design is really cool!!!

Katie Sims said...

I think it turned out great too! Love the silhouette and those fantastic papers you used! Awesome card design! :)

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