How to Make Masculine cards with Stamps and Die Cuts

On today’s post I want to share with you an easy way to make masculine cards with stamps and die cuts. I feel like more often than not, I need masculine cards. So when I saw the stamp set Loyal Leaves, I got super excited as I knew this would be a great set for masculine cards..

At the same time, I thought this stamp set would be gorgeous if paired with the Love of Leaves bundle. And in specific with the die set, as it has the large leaves that you can add as embellishments. 

Having stand along die cuts, like these leaves, is awesome as you can make your own embellishments. Therefore these will coordinate perfectly with any of your projects! You can see below how these leaves add the perfect touch to these masculine cards. 

How to make three easy Masculine cards using stamps and dies

Color Combination 

For these masculine cards I wanted to use a nature’s look focusing on the wood pattern from the designer series paper, so I went with browns and the metallic brushed card stock. 

Masculine Cards using stamps and die cuts

Sketches and Details 

A quick tip when making these masculine cards with stamps and dies is to have the die cuts ready, I actually die cut several of them in the colors I thought would go well, so in my case this was int eh metallic brushed card stock as well as the early espresso. 

This always helps to have a visual as you are putting the card together as you can be switching the leaves and see which one you like the best before gluing it onto the card. 

If you have extra leaves at the end, no worries, you can save them in a baggie and used them in a future project. 😉

Masculine Card #1

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As usual I used sketches to come up with the card ideas. I always recommend using sketches as these really helps in coming up with card ideas. You can so many variations to a sketch, that you can have an endless list of card designs at your fingertips. 

Believe me, give it a try and you will see how your creativity flows. 

In fact last week we had a challenge on my FB Group and from one simple sketch we made 16 cards!! all looking great and unique!! it was such a great challenge to teach others how to kick-start their creativity!  So definitely give it a try to sketches!

For this card, I wanted to add a partial stamping to the background of the card, and then a simple sentiment.  you can see that then I just embellish the card using the leaves and then a few of the gilded gems. 

Masculine Card #2

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On this second card I wanted to make a full stamped background. I used the largest leave from the Loyal Leaves stamp set and then stamped it with Soft Suede.

The tip here is that you need to stamp in three different tones of the same color, and the way you can achieve that is by stamping off on a separate paper and then onto the whisper white card stock, that way you get different tones of the same color. By doing this you will add depth to your background which makes it look even prettier. 

You can watch the video tutorial below to see exactly how to get this look when stamping.

Masculine Card #3

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Finally for this masculine card I wanted to get a simpler look and so the background of the cards is a piece of designer series paper without any stamping. and on the focal point I added the leaves.

To add more interest to the card, I stamped the sentiment onto the smaller circle and then added a banner under it. And similar to the last two cards, I added three gilded gems as embellishments. 

Autumn Tutorial BundleIf you liked the cards using these stamp sets then you might want to check out the Autumn Tutorial Bundle! 

This tutorial bundle includes 82 tutorials using all the Fall stamp sets available in the mini catalog currently available! so If you like fall cards you will then love this tutorial!

Compared to my other tutorials, The Autumn Tutorial Bundle is one where all tutorials include written instructions and it comes with both measurements in metric system and imperial system, so that if you are abroad and are interested, it is easier to make these cards. 

Additionally, the measurements in the metric system takes into consideration the A4 cardstock size (8.25″ x 11.75″) and the measuments in the imperial system is for US letter size cardstock (8.5″ x 11″).

You can check all the details about the Autumn Tutorial Bundle in my PDF Store or HERE

The Video Tutorial 

And as mentioned above, if you want to see how to make these cards step by step you can watch the video tutorial below. 

The Supply List

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How to make cards using sketches

Have you ever struggle coming up with card ideas? if so, I truly recommend you start using sketches for your next projects. I promise you you will be able create more cards easier and faster than ever before!! 

On this post I will share with you a few tips on how to make cards using sketches, so let’s get started! 

How to make card using sketches 

As I was mentioning above, using sketches has been the easiest way I have found to come up with card ideas every single time.  So if you ever have trouble getting inspiration for your card projects, then I highly suggest you start playing with sketches and you will see how this is a big game changer!

I used to take forever coming up with designs for my card  classes, however now, it only take a couple of hours from coming up with ideas to filming.. so I can crank it up in no time.. this is why I am suggesting you give it a try, because I know it works.

But there are a few things to cover before you can start diving in.. 

You need to select the products you want to use so that when you start playing with sketches you already know what paper can go well with each of the sketches you want to play. 

 

Using sketches for your handmade cards

On the cards today I decided to use the Gilded Autumn designer series paper, as well as the Love of Leaves Bundle which is amazing to play with. This bundle has several leaf dies that are perfect as embellishments for your cards. And to be honest this is a big factor when I am looking at bundles to purchase. It is a big plus if the dies set has stand alone cut outs that can be used as embellishments, as this will make it even easier putting a card together.

Once you have the products you want to use, then its time to select a color combination. 

The Color Combination 

As you can see, I love getting color combinations from the paper I am using. Mainly because everything will color coordinate perfectly. Specially when you are using Stampin’ Up! as their products color coordinate really nice. Plus you can get ink, card stock and embellishments in the same color, so the coordination task is super easy.. You just see which colors are in the patterned paper you want to use and then you pull card stock in the same colors to make the card. That simple! 

Below you can see the colors I selected to use for this card set! 

The Sketches and other details 

Once you have selected the products you want to use and the color combination, then it is time to select sketches to play and start making your cards!! this is the part where the fun starts.. 😉 Believe me you will love how easy it is to make cards when you follow sketches.  

If you want to get ideas for sketches, you can check my Pinterest Board. This is where I save all of my sketches and others that I found to be easy to follow. So if you are ever in need of sketches head over my Sketches Board and pick one of them to play with it for your next card making project!  

Below you will see the sketches I am using and the cards I created with them. 

Handmade Card #1 

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For the first card I used a very simple sketch, which I honestly think are the best. You can modify them in so many ways, that it will help your creativity flow.. 

As mentioned before, I love how the leaves can embellish your card so nicely.. 

One tip to share when you are designing your cards is to die cut several of them in various colors, that way you can add them as needed in your cards, plus they will help . 

Handmade Card #2 

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For this second card I loved the sketch, but instead of adding a circle, I decided to change the shape a leaf, and then I decided it would look really nice if instead I used the negative of the shape for my card. 

I definitely love this look. One think I think made that negative piece pop up, was that I used a solid color card stock and I embossed it. The texture on that card stock really added a lot to the design. 

This is what I was mentioning that using simple sketches makes it easy to change things around and get more creative. 

Handmade Card #3

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Same as with the previous cards, I picked an easy and simple sketch. I loved how this card turned out with the mixed of patterns. And as you can see having the those leaves came very handy to make a cluster to embellish the card. 

Also, I used the thicker of the ribbons from the basketweave and metallic ribbon pack as the banner under the sentiment. This adds a really cool texture to the card, don’t you think?

Hope you have enjoyed the Fall Friendship cards shown today, and even more important that you have see how easy it is to make cards using sketches. Also below I linked the video tutorial, so you can see exactly how these cards were put together and the measurements and colors if you want to recreated them. 😉

Autumn Tutorial Bundle

And if you love making cards for the Fall/Autumn then make sure you check out the Autumn Tutorial Bundle! This is the newest Tutorial released as my PDF STORE

This tutorial bundle includes 82 written tutorials for cards using only Autumn sets from the catalogs!  I know you will get lots and lots of inspiration.

Beieve me! All the cards on the Autumn Tutorial Bundle are amazing and worth to recreate. You might even learn a new technique or a fun fold.

I know you will want to make all the projects on this Tutorial Bundle for this Fall/Autumn season. So make sure you grab your own copy of this amazing resource. 

You can get this tutorial on my PDF STORE HERE.  

The Video Tutorial 

And as promised, if you want to see how to make the cards I showed on this post, then you can watch this video tutorial. On this video you will see step by step of how I made these cards. I am sure you will enjoy it.  Also below you will find the supply list in case you want any of the products used in these cards. You can click at the pictures and these will take you to my online store. 

The Supply List

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How to Make Easy Friendship Cards this Fall

On this post I will be sharing with you how to make easy friendship cards that for this Fall. I am sure your friends will love getting any of these on the mail.. so let’s get started. 

How to Make Three Easy Friendship Cards

To start with the designing of these Fall cards, you need to pick the products you want to play with!. Since I wanted to make Friendship cards for Fall, I picked the Gilded Autumn designer series paper (DSP) aka patterned paper, as well as a stamp sets that I thought would go well together. 

I try to use products from the same suite or collection as these would color coordinate beautifully. So in this case I used the basketweave ribbon which you can see color coordinated pretty well as a whole.  

How to make easy Friendship cards

As far as the stamps sets to use, I picked the Country Home as the sentiments are really nice, and I also picked the Forever Fern bundle mainly because the leaves in this set would complement beautifully the paper I had picked. 

Another thing to note is that some of the dies on the Forever Fern bundle can be used as embellishments, which is exactly what I did on these cards as you can see above..  

The Color Combination 

As I was mentioning above, a lot of the times I get color inspirations from the suites or a specific sheet of the designer series paper that I select.  Mainly because I can see from the patterned paper which colors go well together.  

For the cards today here is the color combination that I used. 

The Sketches and other Details 

And finally, once I have picked the products I want to use, and the color combination, then I choose the sketches I want to use.

Following sketches always helps you create fresher card ideas. It really simplifies the process tremendously!! So if you don’t already use sketches, by all means give it a try! you will see what a huge difference it will make in your card making! 

So below you will see the sketches that I used for each of the cards on this post with a few notes or details about the design. I also added a Video Turorial below so you can see how to make these easy friendship cards step by step! 

Friendship Card #1

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So for this card I used a previous sketch. There are a few sketches that I love so much, so I end up using them more frequently than others. And this is one of them!! I love that this sketch so much, because it is easy to just pick two patterns from a paper collection and a sentiment and you are pretty much done.. it really is that simple to use!! so definitely give it a try! You can see the other card I made with this sketch here.

As you can see I stamped the corners of the card stock with the same color so it is tone and tone and this makes the stamping to be subtly so your  eyes go to the patterned paper

I stamped the sentiment on the top of the square as I wanted to lay the banner on top so that the bow and the leaves popped even more. 

Friendship Card #2

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For this next card, you can see that I also stamped tone on tone the card base. I love doing this as it gives more interest to the card front, plus in this case because one of the layers is vellum you can see thru, so it makes it even more interesting to the eye. 

In this card I decided to use the ribbon as another banner rather than a bow, cause quite honestly, this ribbon is thicker and so the bows get a bit bulky and for mailing this could represent a problem. 

As far as the sentiment, I added it more towards the left of the circle, mainly because I wanted to add the leaves on the other side. I could have also stamped in the middle, however the leaves would have put some visual weight on the cards towards the right, which is fine but, not the look i was going for. So always be mindful of the overall balance of your card as you are designing. I find it helpful to lay the pieces together before I glue or stamp anything, so I can get a visual of how it looks. If I don’t like something then I add or take things off. 

Friendship Card #3 

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Finally for my last card, I wanted it to be very simple, as I am thinking I want to do multiples of this.. This lay out is perfect as you use mainly the pattern of the designer series paper, and then it is just a  tag or sentiment to embellish! 

This is the easiest type of card always, as you can cut lots of designer series paper in different designs and just do cute tags to add to the front and be done.. If you are needing to make lots of cards, this is a great sketch to use!

Also, instead of the leaves you can add a bow, or a sticker or a wood element or punched flowers, so that the card goes even faster. So the options are endless!! believe me, give it a try and you will see!!  

Autumn Tutorial Bundle

If you loved these cards or love making Fall cards then you want to check out the following Autumn Tutorial Bundle I just released last week on my PDF Store!!

This is an awesome resource with 82 Tutorials that are perfect to make during Fall! 

All the cards in this tutorial bundle are worth to recreate! There are even some some cards showing you a fun fold, or a cool technique that you can learn. Believe me, you want to get the Autumn Tutorial Bundle right away to start crafting!

Another thing to point out, is that this time the tutorial bundle doesn’t focus just on one suite like the Ornate Garden Tutorial Bundle that I released earlier this year, but this one actually features ALL Fall stamp sets included in the August-December catalog (aka Holiday catalog), so you get lots and lots of ideas with multiple sets! 

You can purchase the Autumn Tutorial Bundle HERE. 

The Video Tutorial 

And as usual if you want to see step-by-step how to make these easy friendship cards, you can watch the below Video Tutorial, where I go over measurements, colors, and any tips in assembling these cards! 

Also if you want to get any of the items I used in these cards, below you will find the supply list with all the products I used, just click on the images and these will take you to my online store where you can get any of these items!! 🙂

The Supply List

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How to Make Easy Birthday Cards with One Set!

Are you trying to learn how to make easy Birthday cards? if so you are going to love this post as I am sharing with you how to make easy birthday cards using one set and the same supplies. 

So let’s get started! 

How to Make Easy Birthday Cards 

One of the things I like to do when coming up with my cards, is to figure out the paper I want to use. For thee Birthday cards I knew I wanted to use the Artistry Blooms Designer Series Paper (DSP) a.k.a. patterned paper for these cards.  Mainly because this paper pack is full of bright colors, which would help to make cheerful cards. 

After all we all want to have happy and cheerful cards to be sent to our loved ones on their special day. right?

Once you have selected the paper, then it is time to select the stamp set to use!! So for these cards I decided to use the Timeless Tulips bundle as you can color them in any color!! These flowers are so easy to incorporate with any color combo, so definitely this is one of the sets I use the most, as it is easy to use. 

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Once I have selected the paper and the stamp set, then its time to select the color combination out of the patterned paper, that way I can select the card stock to use.

The Color Combination  

For this part, I suggest you go thru the paper pack, and then select the sheet that you liked the most or the one you want to play with. Doing this always helps you to focus on fewer colors and then it becomes easy to pick a color combination. 

You can see below the color combination I decided to use for these cards. 

The next step in this process if to select sketches and start playing with them. This is where the fun starts as you can then get your creative juices going! 

Sketches & Other Details

One of the things I highly suggest when trying to make your cards is to look for simple sketches. This is because it becomes easier to incorporate the paper and the stamp set with the sketch.  

Birthday Card #1

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This sketch is very similar to the one I showed a couple of months ago for some Masculine Thinking of You cards. As you can see in the card I showed you in that post (card #2 sketch # 13), is that even though I used about the same sketch the cards look completely different when you compared them together. And this is what I love the most of this process. Everyone will get a different card even if they use the same sketch. So your cards continue to be unique! 

If you are wondering about the two tones tulips, I encourage you to watch the video tutorial below. This is an easy technique using sponges, that I know you will enjoy trying out! 

Birthday Card #2

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For this card, you can see how simple the sketch is a well, however the card looks stunning and so cheerful!! I really think that using patterned paper in your cards makes a big difference. So if you are like me and have been hoarding paper forever, I challenge you to take the leap and cut some of it! Use it in your cards, and you will see the difference it makes in your cards.

Your cards will be easier to make, as the wow factor becomes from the patterned paper!! Seriously, trust me! give it a try and you will see.  

Birthday Card #3

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And this final card is as easy as the rest of the cards I showed you today. You can see that same as the others the sketch is easy to follow.  One thing I did not mentioned before is that when you picked the paper and the stamp set, it is important you also pick a few embellishments in the color combination that you picked. 

Now, let me share with you a little secret. If you don’t have embellishments in the colors you are using, then pick a few in neutral colors and then color them with alcohol markers. In the cards from this post, I colored the Metallic Edge Ribbon with Melon Mambo, and you can see how well the bows look in the cards. 

Fun Fold Card Class featuring the Timeless Tulips bundle

If you liked these cards and want to make even more Birthday Cards, you can check out the Timeless Tulips Card Class Tutorial in my PDF Store. 

This class features the same set I used in these cards, plus it shows you how to make 6 different fun folds! 

The beauty of this class is that you can easily recreate all these cards with the same designer series paper I used today, or any other patterned paper that you have.  

You will see how easy it is to make even more Birthday Cards for your loved ones!

The Video Tutorial 

And as promised, here is the video tutorial where you can see exactly how to make these easy Birthday cards. you will find that these are extremely easy to make. So give it a try and you will see you will enjoy making all of them. I know your loved ones will love getting one of these in the mail!

The Supply List

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Cute Handmade Birthday Card for a Friend

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Want to learn how to make a cute handmade Birthday card for a friend? then keep reading my friend as today I am sharing with you a super cute Handmade Birthday card that you can customize with tons of little critters like the one I used in mine. 

And as you can see I am participating in the monthly colour combo blog hop to challenge myself how to use their color combination into a handmade card!

So Let’s get started!! 

How to make a cute Handmade Birthday Card for a Friend

So as I mentioned above, today I am participating into this blog hop to challenge myself to use the color combination of the month which you can see below 

And honestly this is how I started brainstorming how to make my card or what to use for this Birthday handmade card, which I am not going to lie, sometimes I found this a bit more challenging than starting with the products in mind.. 

You see, I almost always try to pick the products and then from those products I pick the colors.. So you can see that going the opposite way can be challenging for my mind LOL. However I love it, because it forces me to look at things differently and I feel like I actually stretch my mind and my creativity.. And at the end of the day this always helps you to grow new skills! 

So always try something different that challenges you, as this always helps you grow in other ways.. and I mean this not only for your card making but for everything in life! 😉

Anyway, back to my card.. I first thought about using flowers (I think I always want to go that route!). However, I remembered I got this cute new set from the August-December catalog (a.k.a. Winter or Holiday Catalog) that can make cute little critters. And this is when the light bulb went on! Why not using the soft suede for a little critter and use the other colors as highlights. Why not?

After I had picked up the little critter, I looked for paper and embellishments in the other colors from this color combo. I realized I had a spool of ribbon in Mint Macaroon. This got me thinking about using this color as the highlight and the Rich Razzleberry as the color for my card base. 

So here is the card!! tah-dah!! what do you think??? 

Cute Handmade Birthday Card for a Friend

 

The Sketch & Other Details 

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Once I knew which products I was going to use for this card, I then looked for a sketch.

If you have been following me for a while, you know how much I love using a sketch. I strongly believe that this makes things so easy when you are coming up with ideas for your cards.

One think I always suggest is to start with an easy and simple sketch, that way you don’t get overwhelmed by thinking how to substitute the elements on the sketch. 

As far as the card itself, I made the little beaver using the Menagerie Mix-up stamp set, and if you look in to the details you will see that his cheeks are colored as well as his scarf. 

Close up on this cute little critter

I used Flirty Flamingo – dark shade from the Stampin’ Blends  to color his cheek. And the Dark shade of the Mint Macaroon to color his scarf.  I think this added a little bit more of personality to the beaver. Don’t you think?

One tip to assemble the beaver was to stamp, color and cut out all the pieces using the dies, and then glue all the pieces using the Glue Dots. 

When you are ready to add the beaver to the card, you can use dimensionals to add more dimension to it!!  

The best think of the Menagerie Mix up bundle is that you can create so many critters that you can customize the card to many options. 

And I am also thinking that these little critters can go perfect for like Baby Shower cards, or kids cards! so the possibilities are endless for sure!! 

If you are enjoying colors combination challenges and want another color combo to play, you can see the Color Combination from July 2020 here as well as the card that I made using it! 

The Blog Hop 

As mentioned above, I am participating on a blog hop where all participants will be sharing their projects using these colors!! I am really curious to see all their great creations!! As I know they always come up with so many ideas that keeps me inspired. 

So click on the button below to go to the next Blog participating in this blog hop! 

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The Supply List

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Easy Handmade Birthday Card

Blog hop banner - JOY of stamps August 2020On today’s post I will be sharing an easy Handmade Birthday card that you can make in no time.  And as you are seeing on the banner this post is part of the Joy of Stamps – Fonts-amental Blog hop.

On this blog hop we will be sharing projects with sentiments or fonts that we love! I know you will love seeing all the participating blogs as you will get lots of inspiration for your card making projects. 

So make sure you visit all the blogs participating in this hop!  

How to make an Easy Handmade Birthday Card 

For today’s card I wanted to go with an easy Birthday handmade card mainly because we usually need Birthday cards all the time, after all we all have birthdays right?

Anyway As you can see below my card is monochromatic, which made everything even simpler! and it also makes it easy to customize it with different colors..

For instance you can make this card using the favorite color of the recipient of your card, or perhaps you want to use the birthstone color to go with the card! or you could simple do the cards in the color of card stock you have the most in your stash! so you can see where the options are limitless. 😉

Easy handmade Birthday Card to make

 

The sketch and other details 

sketches to playYou can see on the left the sketch that I used as inspiration. This is honestly one of the things that I do the most and I strongly believe makes my card making super easy and very enjoyable. 

I can come up with so many ideas for cards just by using simple sketches. So if you ever feel like you struggle with inspiration, give it a try. You will see how this helps you with ideas! 

For the bottom side of the card  I used a wide brush tip water painter and just painted the lines across that section of the paper. You can see these are not perfect and not straight, so do not over think it. I think this is actually one of the things that add a little flair to the card.  Please note that this is regular whisper white card stock, not watercolor paper, in case you were wondering. 

Once the strips dried, I added the lines with the alcohol marker. Again this was free hand, so they are are not straight. Please do not over think it, the faster you do them the better they look.. I promise you. 😉 

If you want to see another example of making this stripy background technique, check this other card! This is another easy card, and you can see how mixing and matching with other colors make the stripes look even more interesting..

For the top of the card I added a stamped roses with Navy Blue and then added Wink of Stella to the flowers, this adds a shimmery look that we all love!! I added also the sentiment on the same color.

Finally I added rhinestones and the ribbon/bow that I had previously colored with the alcohol markers.. I love this trick as I can get embellishments in any color that I need. And if you use Stampin’ Up! blends (alcohol markers) then you will have all elements to color coordinate beautifully, as all their products color coordinate, making it even easier when it comes to color combinations, as you will have everything from ink, paper, embellishments in the same tones. Give it a try and let me know how you like it..

If you want to see all the products I used, you can click here to get the full supply list 😁

Blog Hop Line Up!

And as I mentioned at the beginning this post is part of the Joy of Stamps Blog Hop. So make sure you visit all the participating blogs on this blog hop as I know you will get lots of inspiration. 

You can click on the button below or you can go thru the full list of participants added below! Enjoy!!! 😎

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Angie McKenzie

Annette Ball

Lisa Mackey

Tricia Butts

Narelle Fasulo

Mo Rootes

JoAnn Pollock

Jill Chapman

Gez Carpenter

Susan Webster

Fiona Whitehead

Sue Allen

Rebecca-Jo Unwin

Rochelle Laird-Smith

Brenda Nelson

Alejandra Gomez – You are HERE!

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