Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Masculine Cards

I guess I should introduce myself again....haven't posted for a long time.  Was sick for about 3-4 weeks with Bronchitis.  Hope you all faired better this past winter.  But spring has arrived and I have been playing with Art Impressions' stamps preparing for the holidays to come.  Before we know it Father's day will be here and you will be looking for ideas.  I hope you will try these stamps.  I had such a good time making these cards.
Hope you enjoy my efforts.  Mary
Art Impressions
The Executive
Recipe for The Executive
Art Impressions K-1200, Exec.
Memento Tuxedo Black
Copic Markers
Skin and Briefcase: E000, E01, E35, E37
Shirt and Tie: B21, B23
Suit and Shadows: C0, C1, C3
Cuttlebug Embossing Folder "Argyle"
Co'ordinations paper (sanded to highlight pattern)


Art Impressions
The Sports Fan

Recipe for The Sports Fan
Ink: Tuxedo Black Memento
Stamp: Art Impressions K-1204 "Sports Fan"
Father F-2651
Copic Markers:
E000, E01, E04, E07, E31
V01, V09, V12, V15
YR01, YR02, YR04, YR07, YR16, YR18, YR24
YG01
C00, W1, W2
Sizzix Embossing folder Tim Holtz Retro Circles
EK Success grass border punch


Art Impressions
The Tool Man

Recipe for The Tool Man
Art Impressions M-1205 "Tool Man"
Ink:  Momento Rich Cocoa
       Distress Ink Walnut Stain
Copic Markers:
Face: E00, E02, W03 (5 o'clock shadow)
Wood: E53, E55
Shoes: E55, YR04
Jeans: B60, B63, B66
Tools: W1, W2
Paint: R05
Embossing Folder: Sizzix Tim Holtz Wood Grain
Paper:  Co'ordinations
(I embossed using the co'ordinations paper and then sanded for the lighter grain affect.)

Art Impressions
The Hunter
Recipe for The Hunter
Stamp:  The Hunter K1198
Ink:  Momento Rich Cocoa
        Distress Ink Walnut stain
Copic Markers:  B60, B63, B66 (jeans)
                        E000, E01 (skin)
                        E31, E35, E37 (shoes, gun, knife, hair)
                        R21, R22, R24 (coat,hat)
Embossing Fold:  Sizzix Tall Pines
Paper:  Co'ordination (sanded for effect)



1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing your masculine cards! I always love getting new ideas of cards I can make for the men in my family. Hope your feeling better.

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