Hi everyone, today I have another masculine card project to share with you all!
I started my project by die cutting one of the design papers (that spoke to me as masculine) from the JMA-WYS-PP34 paper pad to a size one size smaller than my card base.
Next I applied some The Crafter’s Workshop Marcasite Silver Modeling Paste (but you can use any modeling paste that you feel matches your project) over the JMA-WYS-MASK101 stencil using a palette knife and set that aside to dry.
From the JMA-WYS-PP35 paper pad I picked an image that I liked and looked for additional images in the JMA-WYS-DCB24 paper pad to create the lay out I was going for. I trimmed the images from the last paper pad slightly using my scissors (but you don’t have to do this).
I distressed the edges of the large image from the JMA-WYS-PP35 paper pad using an edge distresser and created a black panel in the same size from black vellum (but you can use black card stock as well) and distressed that as well. I felt the lay out needed a bit more contrast and that is way I added this additional layer.
I started composing my card and adhering the different pieces using liquid glue and one millimetre thick foam tape.
I stamped my sentiment using one of the stamps in the Crafter’s Companion Newspaper Collage stamp set (but you can use any sentiment that you like) in combination with black ink.
And to finish the project I now only have to adhere the base onto my black linen textured card base using liquid glue and one millimetre thick foam tape.
And that is it for today’s masculine card project! I wish you a creative day!