14 January 2022

WCMG Masculine Challenge feat Slim Sayings Bundle


Hello my crafty friends and thanks for  popping in!  

Today I would like to share another card I have created using the Slim Sayings Bundle.  There is a masculine challenge over in the World Card Making Group on Facebook and I thought  this Bundle would be perfect!

This card does require quite a bit of die cutting but once you've done that, it's quite simple to put together. And the great thing about this, is you will have lots of extra pieces to make at least two more cards as you will see below.

 Supplies You'll Need:

  • Slim Sayings Bundle
  • Cardstock:  Very Vanilla, Night of Navy, Cinnamon Cider, Mossy Meadow
  • 2 pieces of Co-ordinating DSP - I've used paper from Bloom Where You Are Planted and Beauty  Of The Earth
  • Inks:  VersaMark
  • Colouring Accessories:  White Embossing Powder
  • Embellishments:  Linen Thread
  • Tools:  Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine, Paper Trimmer, Snips, Heat Tool
  • Adhesives:  Tombow Liquid Glue, Dimensionals

How To Assemble:

  • Create a card base using Very Vanilla cardstock measuring 8 1/2" x 7" and score this at 3 1/2" on the 7" side.
  • Using the chevron shape die, die cut one each in the Night of Navy, Mossy Meadow and Cinnamon Cider cardstock and also one in each of the co-ordinating DSPs.  You will have five all together. Put all these pieces somewhere safe as we will need them for the card front.
  • Take the Night of Navy die cut and adhere this onto the card front.
  • Using the negative pieces from the other die cut frames, create a pattern and once you're happy, adhere these in using Tombow Liquid Glue.
  • On a scrap of Cinnamon Cider cardstock stamp your greeting in VersaMark and heat emboss with White Embossing Powder and trim to your preference.
  • Trim a piece of Night of Navy cardstock slighty larger (mine is 1/16" on all sides) and glue behind the stamped greeting. Add Dimensionals to the back, remove the backings but DO NOT ATTACH to the front of the card just yet.
  • Take a piece of Linen Thread and create a loop and with help of the Dimensionals, stick both the looped thread and the stamped greeting together at the same time.
  • Feel free to decorate the inside of your card if that is your preference.

Now, because I had so much cardstock and DSP leftover and I didn't want it to go to waste, I went and made two more cards and I still have heaps left to make at least another.  I used the Cinnamon Cider frame and the Mossy Meadow die cut frame again on Very Vanilla card bases and because the DSP also co-ordinated with those colours, I didn't need to die cut more paper.  Stampin' Up! is great like that!

 I now have at least three masculine cards in my card collection for those last minute birthdays that seem to come up unexpectedly.

Feel inspired to join our little group?  Head over to Facebook and ask to join here: World Card Making Group.  We're quite a friendly bunch and do monthly challenges with all who participate going into a draw to receive a card from one of the Admin Team. Have friends who you think might like to join as well, please feel free to invite them also.

 Thank you so much taking the time to drop in. I hope I have inspired you and if you like what I have shown or if you have any questions, please leave them in the comments section below.  

Take care, stay safe and have a great day! 
Monica xx
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