I don't do a lot of masculine cards. You'll have to let me know if I got this one right.
It's a simple card. I used the superb new deeply indented Hexagon embossing folder on both the Stitched Circle die-cut (love that little line of stitching around the edge, don't you?) and also the Crumb Cake card layer beneath it.
Did you notice? I inverted the two pieces so that the die-cut has the hexagons as the raised shape, and the card front has the debossed hexagons. I lightly sponged both pieces with Espresso ink to bring out the details of the raised edges.
Love the way this turned out.
Add a large dragonfly cut using the Detailed Dragonfly thinlits (available in our Occasions catalogue) and also the line of smaller dragonflies across the bottom corner. I like the visual interest of using these guys as an incomplete die-cut that gets "lost" in the edges of the card.
|Subtle copper metallic thread and sponged hexagons to add detaiing.|
A bit of copper metallic thread sticking out from under the circle, and the card is complete. A little something that glistens like a hint of bling.
No sentiment, so I can customize it when it is needed for whatever occasion I need.
So? Tell me....Did I do it? Did I successfully make a masculine card? (even though I added the copper thread?)
Everything YOU need to make this card is listed below. If you live anywhere in Canada, you can place your order online HERE (at check out, please use the hostess code VP7YFXQ9) or contact me to place your order for you.
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Hope your week ahead is promising to be fantastic! God Bless, Cynthia <><