Two masculine cards for Day 3

Two masculine cards fro Day 3 of the MFT May Release Countdown.

Today I’m joining the MFT May Release Countdown (on Day 3) with two masculine cards created with a bunch of the fun featured products.

For the first one, I used the cute girl from the TI Work in Progress Stamp set. I have a good collection of tools myself and love creating things out of wood, so she totally resonated with me.

I stamped the image with Extreme Black Hybrid Ink, die cut it with the matching die and colored it with Copic markers and Prismacolor pencils.

Close up of one of two masculine cards created with products from the MFT May Release.

For the sentiment, I stacked three layers of the MSTN Dad Die-namics die cut out of Black Licorice Card Stock. Then I applied mixed media techniques to make them look metallic. I also added a wood plank with one of the sentiments from the MSTN Super Stache Stamp Set.

It only seemed right to use the Pegboard Die-namics for my panel of Smooth White Card Stock. I adhered it to an 8 3/4″ x 5 5/8″ card base of Caribbean Sea card base with strips of foam tape. Then it was a piece of cake to line up all of the elements!

I love making “masculine” cards and I couldn’t pass the opportunity to use the adorable MSTN Mustache Trio Die-namics

Second of two masculine cards. This one features colorful mustaches.

I die cut them out of Butterscotch, Red HotCaribbean Sea and Black Licorice card stock. Then I adhered them (with thin foam squares) to a panel die cut with one of the dies from the Wonky Stitched Mini Slimline STAX Die-namics out of patterned paper (MSTN Black & White Paper Pad).

One of two masculine cards. This one features colorful moustaches.

After adhering everything to my 6″ x 6″ cardbase I added a sentiment die cut out of silver fun foam with dies from the Modern Serif Alphabet Die-namics. I absolutely love this font and can’t wait to use it again!

As a last touch, to balance everything out, I added a couple of matching enamel dots. I had a blast making these masculine cards and I’d love to know which one is your favorite.

Thanks for stopping by! Don’t forget to visit the MFT Blog or YouTube Channel for more inspiration!

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