Friday, May 20

Perfect Together

Ok, first off, have you ever wanted to give the man in your life a sentimental card, but didn't have a manly card to give 'em.  Well, I thought of this creation  in conjunction with two challenges yesterday.  The card is focused on showing a man how much you love them, without getting all gushy.  The colors are basic greens, grays, black and white.  I think it's pretty manly.  Do you?  Let me know your thoughts!  I love hearing from you!
Challenges entered:
Scrappin' Chics Challenge - Kitchen Theme
Die Cuttin' Divas - Masculine Cuts
Black cs for base
Green cloud print cs for background
Salt n Pepper patterned pater from stash
Green circle cut from Graphically Speaking (got kids?) at 5 1/2"
Ribbon from stash
Printed sentiment on computer on same green cloud cs and matted with black
Hand cut salt and pepper shakers to match pattern and a little inking to make it pop

As always, Thanks for stopping by and Happy Crafting,


  1. Very adorable! I always have a hard time making my hubby cards. I love how this one looks!

    Thanks for linking up with us over at scrappin chics!


  2. Such an awesome card. Love the cuts you used. Thanks for playing along with us at DCD.


  3. I love the shaker cuts and colors work with :o) I can't wait until the make a PB&J cut out for us LOL TFS!!!!with DCD

    Die Cuttin Diva

  4. Such a cute card! I love how the paper matches your die cuts! Thanks for joining us at Die Cuttin Diva's. -Yvette

  5. This is great! I just showed it to Brian and even he cracked a smile so yup it's a manly card :)

  6. Love this card! it is so different and perfect for the challenge. Thanks for joining us at SCB.


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