It may seem redundant that I have another card for a guy for you today. In fact I crave making a girlie card at the moment so maybe I will have a Valentine's card session and pull out my doilies, hearts, ribbon, sequins, sparkle, lace, pink and all those items that I avoid when making masculine cards.
I find Studio Calico stamps often have a graphic feel that lends itself easily to creating gender neutral or completely masculine cards. I was motivated to use the rectangle stamp from the Penn Station add-on after being inspired by Maile Belles in this card HERE (she is a marvel with stamps!). After stamping in tuxedo black Memento ink, I colored in the rectangles with Copic markers and then cut the rectangles into rows that I adhered to the white card base a little haphazardly making sure to keep some space near the top for my sentiment. The sentiment comes from Inside & Out: Birthday stamp set by Papertrey Ink and the "for you" comes from a limited edition birthday set from Studio Calico.
The inside uses pieces leftover from the outside.
Before I go I have a question for you: what are your go-to stamp companies/stamps for masculine or gender neutral cards?
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Thank you for taking the time to stop by.
Belated Birthday Card
Stamps: Inside & Out: Birthday stamp set, Papertrey Ink; rectangles from Penn Station add-on and for you from limited edition stamp set, Studio Calico
Ink: tuxedo black, Memento by Tsukineko; seed packet, Jenni Bowlin for Ranger
Cardstock: white, Georgia Pacific
Other: markers, Copic; circle punch, Stampin' Up!