Wednesday, January 21, 2015

His and Hers

A while back I took and participated in an Online Card Class - His and Hers.  I needed two get well type cards one for a gal with a bad cold and one for a guy recovering from emergency surgery.

I am glad I took the class, I remembered how easy it is to make two cards one masculine and one feminine by just tweaking a couple of things.  So, I used the same card layout, the same stamp set and altered my colors,  patterned papers and sentiment font.

I needed to create a focal area for the tiny image and sentiment I used, so I was happy to rip open a package of a new to me die from PTI.  I used it to die cut a panel to create a stamped and inked background for my little nurse and sentiment. 

Feminine Version

Masculine Version
Which one do you like better?

 Thanks for stopping by.

Shared by both:
Bo Bunny Paper from the 6x6 pad Altitude
Stamps - Lawn Fawn Get well Soon
Die - PTI Spiral Notebook Page
Inks- Simon Says Stamp Lipstick Red, Ranger Black Archival
Artist's Loft Colored Pencils
Inky Antic's Gamsol
Bazzill Cardstock
Feminine Only-
Inks- Simon Says Stamp White Pigment, Hero Arts Soft Pool, Distress Soft Pool
Stamps- Friendship Grows

Masculine Only -
Inks - Versafine Onyx Black, Distress Frayed Burlap, Hero Arts Soft Sand


  1. Such a great design - I see why you wanted to make them twice! I especially like the grungy warmth of that masculine card.

  2. They're both great, but I really love the guy version--works for a gal, too!

  3. I like them both, but I must admit I like the purple one more. (I kinda don't usually like purple.)

  4. What a great way to create your masculine and feminine cards...Great color combos and choice of stamps! Love them both, Cat!


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