Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Everyday Cricut Day 2 ~ Masculine Birthday!

 Hello my crafty friends!  If you didn't see my post yesterday, I'm thrilled to be a guest designer this week at Everyday Cricut!  Crazy, huh!!! 
Today I wanted to make a masculine card.  I don't know about you, but I never have enough of them.  I used  my new cartridge, Suburbia!  This cartridge has so many masculine images, that it made it easy!  This is a great retro cartridge too!

After inking all my pieces, I cut a slit on the top layer of the typewriter to add the "paper" with "happy birthday to you" stamped on it.

I also added a some burlap and hemp for more texture.  Oh yeah, I managed to leave the glitter off this one! lol
Suburbia Cricut Cartridge
typewriter cut at 1.96 x 1.42 and layers to match
man cut at 1.24 x 3.23 and layer to match
Campin Critters Cricut Cartridge
label cut at 4.99x 3.27 and 5.17 x 3.39
Liz's Paper Loft Boutique ~ 1mm green hemp, 1 1/2 natural burlap
My Creative Time ~ Celebrate Good Times stamp set
paper: Papertrey Ink, My Minds Eye
In honor of my week over at Everyday Cricut I'm having a giveaway!  All you have to do is leave a comment and your contact info here and on Everyday Cricut!  I'll pick one winner for this Limited Edition Metallic Hemp on Saturday, October 20!

I'll be back tomorrow with another fun project for you!


Sue D said...

Fabulous masculine card. I like the patterns of paper you used and the burlap and twine.
slrdowney at hotmail dot com

Marilyn said...

Great card! I am always looking for masculine cards.
mimicaro9650 at yahoo dot com

littlen said...

thanks for providing inspiration for a masculine card, they are always the hardest.
littlen44 at gmail dot com

Maureen Reiss said...

Awesome card!! Love the colors and patterns!!
reissfam10 at aol dot com

Beth Anne in PA said...

Another great guy card I'm going to have to stash away in my idea folder because they are so challenging for me...leave it to you to come up with such a perfect card...love that burlap touch too. TFS :)
Beth Anne in PA
woody42997 at aol dot com

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Wonderful masculine card. Masculine cards are more difficult for me to make. My hubby likes tools so I use tool images in my cards for him. Thanks for giveaway chance.
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Linda said...

This is one of the most wonderful man cards I have seen...you did an amazing job!! I will pin it for future reference. I need to get me that cartridge.
lbowman1 (at) cox (dot) net

Crafting Katie said...

This is the cutest manly card ever, Liz! Love that polka-dotted typewriter with the man leaning against it!!!

snappy scrappy said...

Perfect man card!! Lee-Ann :)

Saundra said...

Masculine cards are the hardest! I love what you did with this one, Liz!

Hugs, Saundra :)

Larmabee said...

Such a great card! All that is needed is a coffee mug in his hand! larmabee at hotmail dot com

Pat said...

Nice cool card. So many possibilities with it. Just love the paper.m
Turbopuppy at cox.net

OldTeacher said...

Liz, what a wonderful card. I seldom make masculine cards because I never know what to do.. I am so excited to know about the Suburbia cart. I must have had my head in the sand! LOL Love the twine. Thanks for the chance to win. Pam@helphrey.net

Gloria Westerman said...

Just to sweet....even for a man....love it...thanks for sharing....

Marcia said...

Love this card and the retro look! I have this cart, but have yet to try this image....looks like today will be the day! Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win!


jessica said...

Another awesome card Liz!! Love the colors and pattern papers!
TFS and have a GREAT Tuesday!

Jessica said...

Great masculine card. I like the man with his hand inside the pocket. Very cute and sexy. Thanks for share!
lopezjrivera at centennialpr dot net

Kathy said...

Another great work of art! I put your Halloween mini book on my pinterest page and people I don't know were responding to it!!! I am going to try your card with the cartridges and stamp sets I have. What a great idea!

Created for this... said...

Love the way you used the typewriter. Great masculine card inspiration.

jordanbev5 said...

Gosh, Liz! You do fantastic work!! Love your masculine card!!

Mary said...

Love the card...Have to get the cartridge...Very cute...

Donna said...

Great card, I aways need ideas for guys and this one is great!

Hand Crafted Just For Ewe said...

Always looking for new ideas for masculine cards. Love this one.

Ruth Prowse said...

Hi,Always looking for new ideas for masculine cards. I love this one. Thank you for the chance to win..:) my email is: baberuth1990@hotmail.com

Beautifulcrone said...

Sure would love to win this week!

Brenda said...

What a great card for the men in our lives Liz! I so love this cart and it is at the top of my wish list!

Marcia said...

THis card is really great. Have a great week. I will be watching.

Kim & Larry said...

This is a wonderful card! I'm going to have to case it very soon! And because I liked all three creations that came up when I arrived at your blog, I have become a follower! Thanks for sharing your creativity to inspire me!

Joan Smith said...

Fantastic card you certainly took this cartridge to a whole new level. You are so creative!!!

Gail said...

Great job on this card! I like the cut in the typewriter where the paper is coming out! I became a follower today! Enjoy your week!

Glora said...

Perfect masculine card. I love it! Hugs- Glora

Kim H said...

Liz ~ OMG!! Okay I thought the paper, the design and the silhoutte was AWESOME but then you add the typewriter and how youd did the paper ~ BRILLIANT!!!! I just LOVE this and couldn't agree with you more on your post!! Yet another AMAZING project!!

bridget22868 said...

Liz, this is so cute! I love the idea of slitting the paper and adding it to the typewritter! AWESOME JOB! Thanks. And thanks for the chance to win something as well.

patty pie said...

This is sooo MadMen of you!! Love love love it:) I know that my grown sons would really appreciate this card from me, I'll have to get that Suburbia cart now, wasn't even interested in it before. Great ideas thank you!!
Patricia Miller

Jennifer Earley said...

Love your card! Great cuts and pps!
Jennifer Earley ~ ScrappyJenE@gmail.com

Glamour said...

This is a very nice cartridge! Your card is so interesting! Diane vintageglass@comcast.net

CraftySarcasm said...

What a great card. I love the Suburbia shapes . . . wonderful! dbonczek@comcast.net

SouthernMrs said...

Very cute card. I'll have to check out that cart more closely. TFS!

*Jennyfer Leung* said...

I so love your masculine card and I do need to check out this cartridge.

Stampsnews at gmail dot com

Liz Lumsden said...

Great Masculine card! You can hemp me anytime!

Ruth G said...

Very cool! TFS!

katieo said...

That's one suave looking guy. I love the typewriter

Cindy said...

GREAT looking manly card Liz!AWESOME job with it:)

sillygirl said...

Love the Man card... Always need more ideas for those and this one is great!

Kris in Alaska said...

Fabulous! I love that "manly" card!

Kris in Alaska
funamom at yahoo dot com

CathyinMN said...

Great masculine card! I always have trouble making cards for the opposit gender.
tcsobotka at charter dot net

Shelly said...

Very cool! What great images, and paper. Awesome masculine card.
Have a great day!

Maria said...

Great masculine card!!! TFS

mvasquez69 at aol dot com

Unknown said...

Thanks for sharing this cool dude/Mad Men card!

Patty said...

Love the colors...love that man image! Masculine cards are always hard...you did a great job!

Debbie said...

love masculine cards we don't see many of them thanks for the great design
upnurse at aol dot com

JoAnn said...

I have such a hard time making masculine cards, but you did a great job. I love it!!!!

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