How To: Masculine Valentine’s card
Hello and happy new year crafty friends! Today I'm sharing an idea for a masculine Valentine's card.
To start, I cut a panel from white card stock and laid it on an embossing mat. I pounced some cream colour dye ink to the Hot Foil A2 snow background and carefully laid it on to my paper. I ran through my die cut machine for some subtle colour and texture. I added a gold mat behind and added to an A2 note card.
I die cut the Winter Layering Cardinal three times from light blue card stock and some of the layering pieces from a medium blue card stock, and the face and feet from a navy card stock. I adhered the layers and then added a black gem for the eye.
I die cut the tropical leaves from white glitter and pearlescent card stock, vellum, a peach and taupe card stock. I arranged the leaves and adhered to the panel. I then adhered my cardinal to one of the leaves with some foam tape behind the top of the cardinal so it was level with the leave die cuts.
For a sentiment I die cut the letters " X O " from The Flower Vase pop up die set three times from white card stock and once from matte gold card stock and adhered together to my card. I added some pearls around the card to finish.
I hope this gives you some inspiration for masculine cards and mixing old and new. Thanks so much for stopping by!
Full Supply List
Scrappy Tails Crafts - Layered Cardinal Die
Scrappy Tails Crafts - Hot Foil A2 background
Scrappy Tails Crafts - Flower Vase Pop Up Die
Scrappy Tails - Tropical Leaves Dies
Altenew crisp dye ink in Buttercream
Spellbinders Cardstock (Light blue, Cloudy blue, Navy)
SSS! Matte gold card stock
Various speciality card stock
Wow! Embossing black powder
Ranger perfect pearls
Pearls from Lucy's things
Hero Arts Adhesive
Sizzix Big Shot
Tim Holtz trimmer
Altenew Score Board