A masculine congratulations card

male congrats card close up

Yesterday I shared a feminine congratulations card and I’m back today to show how I changed out a few elements but kept the layout the same, to make a masculine version of the same card.

By the way, I took the layout from an old Mojo Monday sketch.

male congrats card

Recipe
Stamp sets: Sprinkled Expressions (W125130 or C125132)
Cardstock: Not Quite Navy (108606), River Rock (111852), Cajun Craze (121683), Very Vanilla (106550)
Ink: Not Quite Navy (103008)
DSP: Well Worn (122359)
Striped Grosgrain Ribbon: Not Quite Navy (125058)
Punch: Decorative Label (120907), Curly Label (119851)
Other: Metallic Brads (119741)
Tools: Mat Pack (105826), Paper Piercing Tool (116631)

The directions are the same as yesterday but I made the following swaps:

Pink Pirouette card – Not Quite Navy
Soft Suede card – River Rock
Pretty in Pink ink – Not Quite Navy
Beau Chateau DSP – Well Worn
Vanilla Satin & Pink Pirouette Taffeta Ribbon – Not Quite Navy Striped Grosgrain
Basic Pearls – Antique Brass Brads

male congrats card inside

Recipe
Stamp sets: Under the Big Top (W122875 or C122877)
Cardstock: Very Vanilla (106550)
Ink: Not Quite Navy (103008)
DSP: Well Worn (122359)

The inside is also the same as yesterday but using Not Quite Navy ink and Well Worn DSP.

It was easy to stamp the sentiment and the image separately as I’d split mount the stamp (see here).

It was quite fun to do his and hers cards and it certainly made life easier for me Smile

Sara xx

 

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