Masculine Label — PP146

The super talented Ann Schach has a great challenge for us this week at the Paper Players.

I don’t know about you, but masculine cards never come easily for me.    I always struggle with making them.  I’m not sure I would exactly call this card masculine, but I wouldn’t call it feminine either.   I think it could easily pass for a guy’s card.  There is no ribbon, rhinestones, nor buttons.  The guys in my house think that those items disqualify a card from the masculine category automatically.

Masculine Label

I decided to go with a grungy look — well, this is about as grungy as I get.  I distressed the edges of the dsp and crumpled it up (which still seems wrong to me, but I just took a deep breath and did it).

Go take a look at what the rest of the team did with the challenge at the Paper Players, and then join us.

Enjoy your Sunday!  Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Stamps:  Label Love (available May 31)
Ink:  Pool Party, Basic Gray
Paper:  Crumb Cake, Basic Gray, Very Vanilla, Epic Day dsp
Embellishments:  Epic Day washi tape, Hung Up Cute Clips, Artisan Label punch (available May 31), Color Spritzer Tool


6 thoughts on “Masculine Label — PP146

  1. OK, Amy you are officially an enabler! I wasn’t going to purchase any of this Epic Day bundle but now that I see you create amazing card after amazing card with it, I need to have it all! Thanks! (jk) Inky hugs 🙂 Sandy

  2. This is perfectly awesome and I may just have to CASE it! Terrific way to use those already-grungy masculine papers, and the rustic look of that label (which I love, BTW) matches perfectly. And the clip just draws your eye to the sentiment perfectly!

  3. Another great card, Amy! Your crumpled paper is fabulous–perfect for a guy card and I love how the silver clip draws the eye to the sentiment. Sneaky way to get some bling on with the silver clip, tee hee!

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