Category Archives: Masculine

Hit the Road Jack!

Today’s card features the Hit The Road Stamp Set and the Inksplat ATS Stamp.  I have a lot of male relative birthdays coming up so I thought I should get busy and start making them.   The 3 colors I used for the inksplats were Candy Apple, Denim Days and Rock Candy Inkpads. I wanted the truck to stand out so I did not color it although I did stamp… Read More »

Hit The Road

I am always in need of masculine cards and yet they are the hardest for me to make.  Today’s card features the Hit The Road Stamp Set. The truck image was stamped with Black Licorice Ink and colored in using the Candy Apple Reinker, Blending Brush and our Fusion Blender. The windows, grill and hub caps were colored in using the River Stone Reinker, Blending Brush and our Fusion Blender.… Read More »

Stay Wild

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Hit The Road

20% Mix Media Promotion Free Mix Media Bundle Free Gift when you order in September Fashion Silver – 120 self adhesive metallic dots (AC-0293) And don’t forget – free ATS stamp with your first order from me under Fun Stampers Journey.  After you place your order, shoot me an e-mail and let me know which ATS you would like.   Today’s card features the Hit the Road Stamp Set.  The… Read More »

Masculine Happy Birthday

2015-2017 In Colors are retiring April 2017 Host Code Retiring List Want the new catalog? Items no longer available from the Retired List (updated 15 April 2017 3:17 pm CST) Publication Page Category Item ID Description 2016-2017 AC 169 Ink 138328 Watermelon Wonder Classic Stampin’ Ink Refill 2016-2017 AC 169 Ink 138329 Cucumber Crush Classic Stampin’ Ink Refill 2016-2017 AC 169 Ink 138330 Tip Top Taupe Classic Stampin’ Ink Refill… Read More »

High Tide

Probably wondering why I have another masculine card today again – that’s because I have several male relatives that have birthdays in February and March. I used the High Tide Stamp Set again for a birthday card and to Sunshine Sayings Stamp Set for the “Happy Birthday”. The DSP is retired Typeset Specialty Designer Series Paper.  The strip across the background DSP is the retired Maritime Designer Series Paper Stack.… Read More »

High Tide

When I saw this set, I knew that I would buy it.  It reminds me of California and the ocean I lived near my whole like until 25 years ago.  My son-in-law, Gary, is always posting pictures on facebook featuring the gorgeous California sunsets over the ocean and every time I see one, I get homesick. Today’s card is for my son-in-law, Gary and I’m using the High Tide Photopolymer… Read More »

World Traveler

Every time I use this stamp set, I want to pack my bags and ride the train!  On my bucket list is the American Coast to Coast. This card is for my brother Adrian’s birthday. The image was stamped with Basic Black Archival Ink onto Very Vanilla Card Stock and die cut with the Layering Circles Framelits. The two circles were die cut using the Swirly Scribbles Thinlits Dies.  … Read More »

Country Living

For those country lovers, or simply for those who have eclectic taste, the Country Livin stamp set is sure to please.  Pour yourself some sweet tea and enjoy that country livin’. This card is for my granddaughter’s boyfriend.   He’s a little country and I think he will like this card.  I used 4 stamp sets to put this card together! The boots image was stamped with Early Espresso Classic Ink… Read More »

The Wilderness Awaits

It doesn’t matter if you live in the mountains or in the heart of metropolis. You can invite a little bit of the wilderness anywhere. These realistic images in The Wilderness Awaits Stamp Set are especially suited for masculine projects.   Today’s card features The Wilderness Awaits and was made for my brother, Bobby.   I saw a neat tip in a video by Sara Douglas using the reinker for… Read More »