May 18, 2012

TCM May release day 2


Good morning!

Welcome back to the second day of previews for two new stamp sets that will be available for purchase on Monday, May 21 through The Craft's Meow.  To see all the designer's samples for today's stamp sets, please be sure to visit The Craft's Meow store blog and leave your comment there to be entered for a chance to win one of them!  My first card shows off the new Dads and Grads stamp set illustrated by Michelle Bertuzzi -Jiroken.

I stamped one of the sentiments in a row along one side of the white card stock and then layered a cut out sentiment rectangle over it for a bit of emphasis.  Even though it's a card for a dad, I added some scallops, seam binding ribbon, and a white rose because the man I'm married to likes flowers too! lol!  I will be saving this one to give to him for Father's Day this year, I believe.

Card Details
Stamps: Dads and Grads (TCM)
Ink: PTI green; Versamagic chalk brown

Card stock: SU white; PTI green
Other: MFT Scallop border die; seam binding ribbon, wild orchid rose; corner rounder


Next up is a graduation card that I made using several more images/sentiments from the new Grads & Dads stamp set illustrated by Kaitlyn Ord along with a frame from the new For my Dad stamp set.  I'm in the need of several graduation cards this year, so I was tickled to see this month's stamp sets!  This is a bit of a non-traditional scrappy card for me, but I think I like how it all evolved together.

Card Details
Stamps: Grads & Dads; For my Dad (TCM)
Ink: Stazon black; Versafine black; PTI colored
Card stock: SU & PTI colored; old school dictionary patterned
Other: shore Twine from The Twinery; MFT ribbon banner die; pinking scissors; button; star rhinestones

My last card today shows off a few more images from the For my Dad stamp set along with an awesome patterned paper sheet from the DCWV Natural mat stack... love all those patterns together!  I stamped the image and sentiment in black Versafine ink and added a copper nailhead to the center of the telephone.  This card was super quick and with that Tim Holtz embellishment (rather than a flower! lol!) it's probably a bit more guy friendly...

Card Details
Stamps: For my Dad (TCM)
Ink: Versafine black; Versamagic chalk brown

Card stock: DCWV natural mat stack; SU
Other: Seam binding ribbon; Tim Holtz metal tag; cappuccino twine from The Twinery; MFT label die; copper nailhead





I hope you've been inspired by all the masculine themed cards I've shared today!   Masculine cards really can be difficult to make sometimes, can't they?

Remember to pop over to The Craft's Meow blog to view all the other projects everyone has prepared for today's hop... you're going to love how much of a variety you'll see with these 2 stamp sets!

Happy Hopping!
Jessica

20 comments:

Mary-Anne V said...

Nice cards...really like the third one with all the different pp and the stamped ribbon the the 2nd.

rlovew said...

Love the various ways you used ribbons for the cards!

jen del muro said...

super cute cards!

Leanne said...

Card for men are the most difficult to make. However, you've done a splendid job.

Holly AKA KopyKat said...

love all three of these, they are fabulous

Miriam Prantner said...

These cards are great, and I really love how you've combined all those patterns. You really have an eye for it!

Annette said...

wow these are so FABULOUS...great designs....totally love

Sharri said...

Great cards Jess! Love them all!

Jen Cuthbertson said...

Gorgeous cards, Jessica! I love all of the layers you use!!

Luv2talk said...

Love that you used a flower on a DAD card (it totally works!) and I love that you stamped on ribbon. Awesome!

Jenny said...

These are brilliant! Great to see a flower on a guys card and love the sepia tones on your last card :0)
Jenny x

Julie Ranae said...

I love how elegant you make your masculine cards. They are so terrific!
You and I used the same color on our grad caps! Love it!

Geri said...

NICE projects, Jessica!!

Kim S said...

I love the fun graphic grad images on the print paper. And the simple touch of the copper brad on the phone is great!

missstamper said...

Gorgeous cards - love the stamped ribbon!

missstamper (at) yahoo.com

Jennie said...

Love your cards Jess!! Such fun designs and great use of the sentiments. Pray things are going well as I am sure the school year is wrapping up... :)

Karen B. said...

These cards are amazing! Your use of patterned paper is out of this world!

Larissa Heskett said...

I LOVE your creations for today!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEKEND!! =)

MaxineD said...

These are fabulous Jessica - I particularly love the first one.
Blessings
Maxine

~amy~ said...

wow....you managed to design a ton for this day...awesome!

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