My Pink Stamper Design Team Day

Hi everyone!

Today is My Pink Stamper Day!! Today's project is for Father's Day or just a man card.  And we used the newest My Pink Stamper stamps--LOVE them all!

Men cards do not come easy to me.  I am much better with pink and bling :)  But here's what I came up with and the details will follow.
  • My Pink Stamper Spectacular Sayings Thinking of You stamp
  • Cricut cut at 3 inches from the Father's Day seasonal cartridge
  • Sizzix argyle folder
  • Twine from the Twinery
  • Signo white pen for accents
I like the way it turned out.  But I know I do so much better with girly cards :)

Now, I think I need to have a small giveaway since I haven't given anything away in while.  I was at Archivers yesterday and picked up a few extra things to giveaway.

Up for grabs is a Sew Easy tool, some really pretty Soiree twine and a bottle of my favorite stickles--Frosted Lace!

Just leave one comment and a way for me to reach you if you win. I'll draw a winner on Friday.  Now make sure to head over to My Pink Stamper and see all the wonderful projects from the design team!  You can also see where you can buy these amazing stamps.

Helen

Comments

  1. I think it turned out as well. I always have a hard time with making masculine cards myself. TFS!!! -Sam

    SamanthaJDesigns @ hotmail.com

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  2. love this kard I love anything that has to do with fishing.

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  3. This card turned out terrific! Really like the embossing. I have a hard time with man cards as well- definitely puts me out of my comfort zone!

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  4. Great card, my dad loves fishing - thanks for the inspiration.

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  5. I love your "manly card". Thanks for the chance to win.


    Brenda
    dbmeier@ndsupernet.com

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  6. love the card...might scraplift it and make one for my dad who loves fishing.

    thanks for sharing,
    Jeanette
    [jeanetteroddel@gmail.com]

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  7. Great manly card! My husband is a fisherman, so this would be perfect for him. Thanks for the great give-away!

    Kelly

    kperlic at hotmail dot com

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  8. What a perfect card for a guy. TFS
    bhoward at kci dot net

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  9. I love this card. My dad and hubby love to fish. I think I may have to get this cart :)

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  10. love your card! thanks for the chance to win!


    sweetlilscrapper.blogspot.com
    sweetlilscrapper at hotmail dot ca

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  11. Men cards are so HARD! Love the fishing gear & argyle embossing! :o)

    Michelle

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  12. I love this card and just may use this for my Father's Day card......very creative!!!

    Kimberly
    bsketmom at tampabay dot rr dot com

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  13. Love the card, especially with the twine - haven't been able to find that around here.

    ctibbmn at yahoo dot com

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  14. Awesome card - very manly! Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win.
    lflinesatcomastdotnet

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  15. Great card! Thanks for sharing and for a chance to win the great giveaway

    Kwillis_15 at yahoo dot com

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  16. Thank you so much for sharing, I also struggle with "Manly" cards.

    scrappinandmore.blogspot.com

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  17. Great card, I have a hard time with masculine cards also but you did a wonderful job! Thanks for sharing your card and the chance to win!

    Kimberli
    kimbean20@gmail.com

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  18. Great card! I like the way it turned out. I am horrible at masculine things. Which really sucks because I only have boys:)

    amandaremus at gmail dot com

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  19. Wonderful card. Thanks for the chance to win!

    L.Karloff
    ck14240@windstream.net

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  20. Great project.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  21. Great card Helen. Thanks for a awesome giveawy!
    abuchanan98 at gmail dot com

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  22. Wonderful card Helen love that cut and the added twine super creation :)

    Create Hugs EDNA
    positivelypinke@att.net

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  23. Love the card. Love the fishing theme.
    Masulune cards are always the hardest.
    Great job.
    Lori

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  24. Perfect man card! I think you do a great job with man cards :)

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  25. Love the card. Masculine card ideas are always something that I welcome. Great job and thanks for the op to win the goodies.
    joanvanleeuwen@ymail.com

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  26. I have trouble with masculine cards as well. Love how the card turned out.
    http://digipage-blog.everything-digital-scrapbooking.com/

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  27. There is not enough man cards around. I like what you did. TFS Ivonne Ivyjacome@yahoo.com

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  28. Awesome card! I love the argyle folder you used, and the effect if gave to the card!

    Thanks for the chance at a fun giveaway!

    amyis300 AT hotmail DOT com
    scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

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  29. Your card is just adorable. What a great job! Thanks for the chance at a super fun giveaway.

    cropqueenraina@gmail.com
    http://scrappinrainacm.blogspot.com

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  30. Great father's day card! Thanks for sharing.

    coupondenise at live dot com

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  31. love your card! the colors are nice and so is the embossing.

    jashmore1944@att.net

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  32. Thank you for the inspiration on cards for men/boys. The men/boys in my family are fishing fanatics. This card turned out wonderful.

    Kathleen (jbaugh1481@aol.com)

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  33. This is a really nice card. I'm so glad to hear that other card makers struggle with "manly" cards. I had a friend ask me to make a birthday card for someone in her office. She reminded me three times that I didn't need to go overboard-simple was fine. I finally said, "I get it. It's for a man. No bling." I actually surprised myself by making a good "manly" card, but I did make the fish scales out of shiny paper. It just needed a little pop to it!
    mrookala@ucsd.net

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