Welcome to my first Ink and Share Blog Hop this month we are featuring Masculine themed projects designed by fellow Stampin’ Up! Independent Demonstrators from around the world.
You may have joined me from Linda's Blog or perhaps you are starting your journey here with me. I hope you like our creations and that they give you inspiration.
For my creations I have focused on using the Wood Textures 6x6 DSP - which are at the moment included in Stampin' Up!s paper offer more details can be found here
This first card also uses an old favourite stamp set of mine Lovely As A Tree.
I've also added some texture by Stampin' Off (second generation stamping), tearing the layering card stock and using some Linen Thread.
The sentiment is from the new Itty Bitty Greetings stamps set
This second card is recessed panel card, they are really quick and simple to make and give that Wow factor!!
I hope you've liked what I've shared with you - all supplies used to created these cards can be ordered via my Online store here.
Don't forget to leave me a comment below, before you continue hoping around to see everyone's creations.
If you are in Europe and do not already have a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, I would be very happy to help you with your purchases or have you join my team (FrankieSue's Signets). Feel free to contact me and look forward to catching up with you soon.
*if your order is more than £150 please contact me before placing your order so I may advise you how to get the most for your money.
Ink & Share July Roll Call
Sue McDonald ** You Are Here**
Great cards. This DSP is so versatile!
All my favorites! Love it!
The recessed panel is my favorite. Always looking for new ideas to showcase our patterned paper!
Lovely cards Sue. Love how you have used this DSP.
I love your cards an love this dsp!!!
Beautiful cards and great use of the dsp😊
very nice, esp like the 'set back' technique
Love these card Frankiesue! Thank you for participating in the blog hop!
Love the texture the designer series paper adds to your cards. Lovely as a Tree is such a great stamp set and so versatile. :)
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