More Men’s Cards

Carrying on from yesterday here is another men’s card. You can see the theme, can’t you? 🙂 This card was completely inspired by the lovely cards Nicky recently posted on the Sassy Crafts blog. It was actually the first one I did and yesterday’s card was the second card on the theme; don’t ask me why I showed them this way round – no idea LOL!

I had a fun time yesterday at my creative embroidery class. Last week we were up to our elbows in paint – it was like being in kindergarten art class – it was such fun. This week we were making collages and next week we will be surrounded by colour again as we dye textiles, can’t wait.

And back onto the subject of chocolate (LOL). I was blog-hopping yesterday and came across Eva’s delightful makes at Made By Eva. Mmmm, yum. I am so going to have try that out.

Stamp – HOTP; Papermania
Ink – VesraFine Onyx Black
Paper – BasicGrey Granola
Usual Suspects – Scissors; Square punch; Ruler; Silicone glue; Glue dots
Other – brad; Seam ripper; Bassill Kraft

Kim Dellow

Kim Dellow is an artist–designer–film-maker living the creative life in London, UK. She's a freelance creative for the craft industry and others, and she loves to share her art-ventures on her blog.

This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. Sally

    Love your card. Men’s cards are so hard for me to make.

  2. mamaluke

    Your men’s cards have inspired me, I’m guessing you used the seam ripper to distress the edge, fantastic, ingenious! no need for me to buy some posh distressing tool!

  3. Crafting Joanne

    Brilliant men’s cards Kim, they are always the hardest to do, and these are perfect. Joanne x

  4. The Crafty Goat Girl

    Great idea for a men’s card, they are so hard to do arn’t they, or is it just me who struggles? I have two to do for birthdays in February, so am after inspiration. Heidi xx

  5. Pinklilac

    Hi Kim You come up with some great mens cards and I love this one.
    Hugs Linda

  6. Tracey

    Ooooh, this card is fantastic too!!

  7. Alison

    I love this!!! You've made the paper look almost 'denim' like with the use of distressing the edges – so cool!!!
    Peace & love
    Alison xx

  8. Susan

    I’ve just discovered your blog and I love it! I love the different coloring mediums you use and the different styles. You have such a wide variety of cards and projects and I adore them! I’ll be back and often!

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