Monday, June 1, 2020

Two Masculine Cards

Happy Monday, peeps, hope you all had a great weekend! And happy June!  I've got two masculine cards today for two friends at church who'll be celebrating birthdays real soon!  The first one uses the FMS sketch; at first I was totally at a loss as to how to use this sketch:

But one of the cards that I needed was for my cousin, who is a carpenter, and I remembered these little Tool Charm dies from MFT, and I went to work:

This is a notecard-sized card; each tool was diecut from Brushed Silver cardstock and diecut again (except for the wrench) with some colorful cardstock, trimmed and adhered:

I added a sentiment from Itty Bitty Birthdays, stamped in Call Me Clover, and mounted on a Pinewood Plank-embossed piece of Whisper White, then mounted on a Call Me Clover notecard.  I used a Cornish Heritage Farms sentiment on the inside, along with a stamped image from Totally Tool:

My second card uses the sketch from Sunday Stamps:

The stamps from Rooted in Nature both fit those squares on the sketch so nicely!  

I stamped them in Mossy Meadow, added a strip of DSP from Magnolia Lane, another Pinewood Plank embossed background and another sentiment from Itty Bitty Birthdays:

To add a little interest to the sentiment, I added a little burlap ribbon behind the Stitched Rectangle:

Thanks for popping in today---enjoy it and be blessed!  And here's a little more critter action from our back yard:

First Card Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified
Stamps Itty Bitty Birthdays, Totally Tool (ret), Birthday Centers (ret, Cornish Heritage Farms)
Card stock & Papers     Call Me Clover, Real Red, Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, Pacific Point, Whisper White
 Ink Call Me Clover, Smoky Slate
Accessories Dimensionals
Tools     Big Shot, Pinewood Planks EF, Stitched Rectangle Dies, Tool Charm Dies (My Favorite Things)

Second Card Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified
Stamps Rooted in Nature, Itty Bitty Birthdays, Itty Bitty Backgrounds (ret)
Card stock & Papers     Crumb Cake, Whisper White, Early Espresso, Mossy Meadow, Magnolia Lane DSP
 Ink Mossy Meadow, Crumb Cake
Accessories Burlap Ribbon, Dimensionals
Tools     Big Shot, Stitched Rectangle Dies, Stitched Shapes Dies, Sponge Dauber


DorothyA said...

I love both your cards! They are masculinely beautiful!

Claire (Mrs H) said...

Oh I adore the first one

Kampin' Karen said...

Those little tools look so real. I like both your cards but I LOVE the green one. What did you use for the speckles on the squares?

I Card Everyone said...

Hey! I think you captured an owl on that video! I've played it about a hundred times! ha!
Okay, those are the cutest tools in the box, LeAnne - I remember a 12 Kits kit that had those, and I loved playing with them! LOve the leaves, and this wonderful green!

Bonnie said...

Two great masculine cards, LeAnne! I love those little tools and I'm sure your cousin will too! The deep green and skeleton leaves work perfectly for the sketch and a masculine look! That's a pretty agile raccoon!

Tracy Grauer said...

Great cards! Those tools are awesome! Thanks for sharing. Lol about your little critter!

Kathy said...

I love he first card, making masculine cards is so challenging and popping it with the colors made it awesome!

Heather said...

Love the leaves for our sketch, LeAnne - this is one of my fave sets! Beautiful papers you've matched with! Thanks so much for playing at Sunday Stamps!

Linda Callahan said...

Great cards! I adore those tools hanging on the wall!~

Lisa Elton said...

Those little tools are too cute! Great job with both sketches, these are terrific. That little fella having a snack in the video is pretty cute!

Cécile Ribon said...

These little tools are so cute. they make such a fun take on the sketch. Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches this week.

Kim S said...

Perfect use of the sketch!! I love those little tools - and how fun that the card is intended for a carpenter! Thank you for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches.

Melissa Grant said...

What a great card to use as a masculine card which are challenging to make! Great use of the sketch. Thanks for sharing with us at SUNDAY STAMPS.