Video : Quick & Easy Masculine Designs!

Oh my, I couldn’t believe that my stash of masculine cards is pretty much gone, I think there has been way too much Christmas card making going on round here, so I had to fix it and real quick as I have a few December birthdays to sort.  So I decided to film as I created so you can watch the process and learn some ‘boy’ design card tips lol.

You can see my video here or Watch it at Youtube.

monster - Detail
monster – Detail
shark - Detail
shark – Detail

See you again real soon,


Other Supplies:  The Alley Way Stamps – Lite Bright / Something’s Fishy.  Prismacolor Pencils – Warm Grey 20,50%, French Grey 50%, Putty Beige, Chartreuse, Apple Green, Cloud Blue, Black Raspberry.

12 thoughts on “Video : Quick & Easy Masculine Designs!

  1. Really fun cards, Therese! I love your CAS designs and the color combos are perfect for masculine cards!

  2. Hello Therese, First I would like to thank you for sharing your beautiful creations, I love everything you make!!! And also I have a question, just wondering, what is it on the back of your cards? Is it stamp image with your name on it? I’m just curies to know if it is just something that identifies you as the creator of that card! Thank you ones again! Alicia🙂

    1. Hi Alicia, I would love to have a stamp on the back of my cards and keep planning to order one… but maybe next year lol. What I do is use A4 cardstock and print it out on my computer before I cut my card bases. The picture is a royalty free one from a card computer program and I just type ‘created by therese’ and my blog address. Thanks so much for your lovely comment, so glad you made the time to visit. Hope this is helpful, Therese x

  3. Therese these are spot on for blokes – I really struggle with guy cards. Need to purchase some stamps that lend themselves to masculine cards – that would be a good start ha ha. xx

  4. These cards really make me smile, they are perfect for boys! I can never have enough inspiration for guy-cards, we have 7 boys and just 1 girl in our family… And still I make more girly-cards…

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