Back today with the next installment in my Cards 4 Men series and I gotta say that when I make masculine cards I don’t usually tend towards paper piecing as a technique. But today I thought I would share just how you can make this work on a guys card.
You can see my video here or Watch it at Youtube.
So happy to be stamping and playing with some fun goodies from MFT! I’ll be back again real soon, til then, hope you find some crafty time.
Other Supplies: Prismacolor Pencils – Deco Peach / Warm Grey 20% / French Grey 70% / Cool Grey 20%. Tiny googly eye (only 465 to go…. I rarely use them, but love how they look on an image)
13 thoughts on “Video : Cards 4 Men Paper Piecing Images!”
I love your choice of papers and the pop of yellow on the balloon and party hat is so fun! Such a cute card, Therese!
LOVE him!! and that fun plaid wool – now wouldn’t that be a quick sweater?
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Look at this gorgeous, masculine card Therese made with this cute sheep!
Love the cards 4 men series. It is always difficult to make masculine cards. Thank you Therese for sharing you card😊
Great card. I like the mix of papers and just the right amount of yellow!
Maybe there should be use a googly eye challenge? I have a few as well!
That works really well for a male card – surprisingly so – thumbs up. How’s the weather up north? Thought of you yesterday when we had lunch at Vikings SC and a lovely beach walk after 🙂
Eek! That little paid sheep is adorable and this is a totally rockin’ guy card! You know how I love my paper piecing!
Those plaids work so well for a more masculine card. This is very sweet, and that little sheep is about the cutest thing ever! Love that fun little googly eye! Thanks for sharing your video. I always enjoy them and learn from them too.
This is FABulous!! So fun!
This little guy has already had his sweater knitted for him, Therese … he’s adorable decked out in his plaid finery! Fabulous and so fun! Hugs, Anita 🙂
What a cute but not too cute for a guy card the paper patterns work beautifully together such a stylish card.
Looks great and the paper piecing worked a treat. That googly eye adds the perfect final touch!