Best Guy Ever!

 

Hey, Ladies… do you think you have the Best Guy Ever?

Well, it’s time for you to let them know!

Best Guy Ever! Masculine card with Urban Underground DSP. Inker's Workshop 2017

Making a good “man” card can sometimes be an exercise in frustration
for some of us. So today, I’m sharing a card that any of us can get done
with some paper cutting and a single stamp!

Ready….here we go…

Cut two pieces, each one measuring 3 3/4″ X 5″.

Using the Stampin’ Trimmer, take one of the pieces and
position opposite corners along the cutting line of the trimmer.

There is a groove that the cutting blade runs down, each corner
should be centered over that cutting tract for this to work.

Cut from corner to corner, so it looks like this.

Use a piece of Post It Note tape to hold the
two cut pieces together. Turn the piece and
cut from corner to corner again.

Your finished cuts should look like this.

Take the two side pieces from the cuttings above,
and adhere them to the other 3 3/4″ X 5″ piece.

Best Guy Ever! Inker's Workshop 2017

Layer that piece onto a silver sheet that’s cut to
3 7/8″ X 5 1/8″.  Once the that’s done, place Stampin’
Dimensionals on the back of the silver sheet and layer
it onto a black card base.

For the greeting, cut a piece of black card stock to measure
1 3/4″ X 2 3/8″. Using the Best Guy Ever stamp, from the
Suite Sentiments set, stamp the greeting with a VersaMark
ink pad, and heat emboss it in silver.

Using Stampin’ Dimensionals, layer the embossed greeting
onto a 2″ X 2 5/8″ piece of silver, and then center that entire
piece onto the card base.

Best Guy Ever! Masculine card with Urban Underground DSP. Inker's Workshop 2017

Finally…add some some bling!
Choose one of the 3 designs from the Urban Underground
Embellishments to add a little sumthin’. I chose the screws,
but there are also stars and bolts, perfect for this “man” card!

What makes your guy the Best Guy Ever?

 Happy Stamping!
Karen

Purple Rose.
**FYI: I used pieces from the Urban Underground Specialty
Designer Series Paper for today’s card. You can view the
entire pack of paper on pg. 47 of the 2017 Occasions
Catalog. It’s all good!
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I’d be happy to help you!

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Best Guy Ever!


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Best Guy Ever! — 13 Comments

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    • Hi Kathy, I’m glad you like the card! I am NOT any kind of math genius, so when I had the idea for this card I wanted to find the easiest way to do it! It’s nice to know the tutorial was helpful to you…thanks for leaving your comments!

    • Thanks for your comment Cyndi! I don’t mind if you CASE this…thank you for asking! Whenever I CASE someone else, I am always gracious and share information about where the original idea came from, I think that is the proper thing to do, and I hope you do too.
      I would love to see what you come up with, if you want to share it!

  2. This card is really well designed. I love clean and simple, but I do like a little bit of art, too so you’ve nailed it. Pun intended!

    • Hey, Karren… Thanks for your wonderful comments! I struggle between wanting to get my fingers covered in ink, and the need to reign myself in and keep things more clean and simple…it’s a constant battle! I hope to share a little of both here, maybe the two will merge someday, until then the mind wanders and one never knows what will happen next! One project at time, I guess! Thanks for visiting…have a fabulous day!

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