Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Q's Creative Cards: MAN CARDS III

I did something I rarely do when designing a card class.  I conferred with my husband!

This is my third Man cards kit in 10 years and is long overdue!  

It's a tricky one.  Designing cards that are appealing to men, but still fun for women.

Steve has given his seal of approval...he requested pop-up cards and gift cards (of course he did!).

This kit has cool paper, a surprise texture, manly die-cuts, lots of grunge and perfect sentiments for the men in your life.  There are 3 birthday cards and 2 Father's Day cards, however, they are all interchangeable (you'll get additional printables to switch things out).

Kit comes pre-cut and ready to assemble with a step-by-step slideshow, printables and cut files.

Kits SHIP May 29th and Classes in Utah start May 31st.

Man Cards III

Class Schedule

Thurs., May 31th         Custom Location (please email)    6 - 8 pm

Friday, June 1st           Layton Hobby Lobby                   10am - noon
June 1st           Layton Hobby Lobby                   2 - 4pm
June 1st           Layton Hobby Lobby                   4:30 - 7:30 pm
Mon., June 4th            Sandy Hobby Lobby                    2 - 4 pm
June 5th           South Jordan Hobby Lobby          5:30 - 7:30 pm
June 6th           South Jordan Hobby Lobby          10am - noon
Wed., June 6th           West Valley Hires Big H                6 - 8 pm

What you'll need: 


Roller-type adhesive for putting cards together.  
Regular Foam squares & THIN foam squares

1/2" foam roll & 1/8" foam strips
Mini glue dots & 3/8" glue dots

Tools & Supplies:

Scissors & 
Paper Piercer 
Piercing mat
12" trimmer and bone folder (or something to score with)
Large lid or small container to place small items from kit

Distress ink: Ground Espresso & Stamping sponge.
Optional: Distress Stain; Tarnished Brass, foam applicator and Ground Espresso Reinker.

If you have any questions, please let me know.

...and I would love if you posted these pictures to Pinterest! 

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