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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Take the Tuesday Challenge

TTC June: Hey Mister
Discover your masculine side this month. We tend to lean more toward making cards and projects that are typically feminine, so for this month's challenge let's go masculine.

With Father's Day approaching, this would be a great time to work on a masculine card or gift. It may be for your father, husband, or any important man in your life. Be creative and let's see if you can get in touch with your masculine side this month.
Be sure to tag your post: TTC06

Link to PCP Clear and Simple Stamps Group:

These were the two things I created for the masculine challenge I'm in love with all the new golf sets that Clear and Simple Stamps released this past month. There is so much to do with them and you can mix and match them perfectly. It's a great masculine set but there is also a feminine one as well.

Card details:
Stamp Set: Foursome from Clear and Simple Stamps
Cardstock: Base is Bazzill *unsure what colors*, Basic Grey Granola-Crunch, Watercolor paper, Chocolate Chip
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Copic markers, Chocolate Chip
Accessories: Earth Elements buttons, twill tape, 3/4" circle punch

Here is the 2nd masculine thing I created which was a scrapbook page of hubby and brother-in-law when my husband flew to Hawaii. At the time my brother-in-law was in the Navy and my husband was doing a Tiger Cruise (for family) aboard the USS Milius from Hawaii to San Diego. They got to golf at a very nice resort in Hawaii.

I used a retired designer paper from Stampin'Up as my base scrapbook page along with the certainly celery and brocade blue frames. The set I used is Golf Gents from Clear and Simple Stamps. I printed the title out on my computer and added the Primas to the top corner. The little white circle was embossed with the Swiss Dots cuttlebug embossing folder to look like a golf ball.


Stefanie said...

Great card Kim! I love the way you stamped on the twill. It's a great masculine layout. Awesome scrapbook page too!

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