Here is what Kim has to say:
I'm so excited to host the challenge this week as it's one I'm always struggling with. In a home where the males outweigh the females, you wouldn't think it would take much to create a masculine card, but it's something I have a hard time doing every time I sit down to make one. I challenge you to show me your best masculine cards this week-are they ones that come naturally to you or do you draw a blank when you need to create one as well?
Can't wait to see all the possibilities you come up with this week!
Forgot to take any pictures this week so here is the finished card.
I quite enjoy making masculine cards because i don’t see any reason why males don’t like flowers or chocolate or abstract art. Not all men are macho and need to have football/rugby/cars/motorbikes images on their cards.
I chose to show that men can make their families dream many things, mostly to keep their Partners happy and to share happy moments together. This card should convey how much they are appreciated.
List of items used:
Versamark Clear Embossing Ink Pad
The frame is from the die cuts and it has been cut out the way the words went through the machine.
Distress Inks Peacock Feathers, Picked Raspberry, Walnut Stain
Cream card stock from stash.
Assortment of Pens for highlighting and creating borders.
Hope you enjoyed your visit today, thanks for dropping by.