Today we have Katelyn Grosart here to share the perfect card for the men in our lives, featuring Olde Curiosity Shoppe – Deluxe Collector’s Edition. This charming card and envelope set is full beautiful borders, fun fussy cut additions, and masculine metal embellishments, all set in the perfect pallet for him. Check out this handsome piece below, including a full SnapGuide tutorial. First, it is time to announce this week's blog prize winner.
The winner is Elizabeth Schug, who said, "Just love your beautiful creations!!!" Congratulations, Elizabeth! Pleas email email@example.com to claim your prize.
This week’s winner won a Penny’s Paper Doll Family prize package, including one 12×12 design Paper Pad, one 12×12 Patterns & Solids Paper Pad, an 8×8 Paper Pad,1 Chipboard set, 1 set Ephemera Cards, and 1 Die-cut Tag Staples, a $69 value.
‘Thinking of You’
Masculine Card & Envelope
By Katelyn Grosart
“ Hey, G45 Fans! This month, I’ve been busy playing with the Olde Curiosity Shoppe – Deluxe Collector’s Edition and ended up creating a fabulous masculine “Thinking of You” card with matching envelope. Many of us create “Thinking of You” or “Get Well Soon” cards for females, but we seem to forget that men can get sick or may just need something in the mail to uplift their spirit. So, you’ll want to make sure to grab a cup of your favourite beverage and enjoy the photos and tutorial of my Thinking of you Masculine Card & Envelope”.
Tip: Instead of using a regular envelope, use one of the Regular Policy Envelopes.
Tip: When embellishing your envelope, mix the fussy cut images in with a few different Staples from the Staples Collection.
Tip: To adhere the keys and keyholes, you can use either Glue Dots or Glossy Accents.
Tip: Adhere a Metal Keyhole behind and in the middle of the banner sentiment.
Tip: Mix both Thin Foam squares and 3D Foam squares when layering the fussy cut images on your card front.
Tip: Because there is so much going on on the right hand side of the card, keep the left side lighter to give your card balance.
Thinking of You Card & Envelope Tutorial
Graphic 45 Supplies Used:
- Olde Curiosity Shoppe – Deluxe Collectors Edition
- Master Detective Patterns & Solids
- Ornate Metal Keys
- Ornate Metal Keyholes
- Regular Policy Envelopes – Black
Other Supplies Used:
- Ranger Ink: Black Soot Distress Ink and Jet Black Archival Ink
- Elizabeth Craft Designs: Stitched Fishtail Banners
- Creative Scrapbooker: Super Stock
- Misc: Thinking of You & For You stamps
- Paper Trimmer, Scissors and Edge Distressor
- Sookwang Tape
- Glue Dots
- Thin and 3D Foam Squares
Thanks for joining me today and I hope that you’ll recreate my Thinking of you Masculine Card & Envelope at home.” ~Katelyn Grosart
Thanks for joing us today, and hopefully all week, here on the Graphic 45 blog. We are so happy to have this space to share inspiration and hear from you all in the comments. We are grateful to Katelyn for providing today's beautiful card and envelope project and hope you enjoyed it as well. We'd love to hear about the crafts you all have made for the men in your lives in the comments below. May your paper scissors always be sharp and your crafting cabinet always be stocked. See you next week, G45ers.