Hello and thanks for stopping by today! I enjoy making cards for the guys in my life and from what I hear, you do too! But making a card that is appealing to a guy does not come easy for some of us. Here is one idea for creating a Bubble Over Masculine card that can be easily customized for other color combos. It uses Bubbles & Fizz DSP, with a trendy color scheme.
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Bubble Over Masculine card
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measurements for this project
Sahara Sand card stock card base: 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″
Watercolor Paper scrap for die cut
strip of Wood Textures DSP + Bubbles & Fizz DSP
scraps of Whisper White & Vellum paper for die cuts
Bubble Over stamp set
When creating guy cards, I turn to natural elements
It’s not required to create with blue for masculine projects. Including blue in a natural color scheme is great but there are so many other options on the list of choices. Take wood grain for example. The look of wood is versatile and combines nicely with many option… even blue.
It is possible to combine wood grain, such as Wood Textures DSP, with another patterned paper and get fun results. In this project, I used a neutral card base, wood grain strip, plus another strip of Bubbles & Fizz DSP. The pattern of tiny bottles are just enough of a compliment to the large bottle to make it pleasing. The large bottle has no direct stamping, it’s in fact a watercolored panel that was simply die cut. I have loads of watercolor paper scraps that are perfect for die cutting.
In place of what would be considered sequins on a girly card, I have have vellum paper and created natural looking bubbles. So there is a fun element that has a common theme with the other aspects of the design. I’m thinking this would be a fun card for a teenager to enjoy, with a gift card tucked in as well.
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Having more ways to create a focal point on your project can make a project work for you. I hope you like this project and will come back to visit often! Thanks for stopping by today.
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