Friday, 21 August 2015

JAI #276: Just Add Male Cards


Oh gosh, it's been a hugely busy week!  Thank goodness it's nearly the weekend, which means it's time for the new Just Add Ink Challenge.

As it's zooming ever closer to Father's Day Jan has challenged us to make a male card.  Silly me didn't even twig onto the Father's Day connection, but my card would be super easy to change to be a Father's Day card.

Do you remember me telling you I was in love with the Corrugated Paper/Leaves Framelits combo for male cards? I think that was in my JAI post last week! Such a winning combination for masculine cards. Chuck in a bit of splatter from Gorgeous Grunge and you're getting close to perfection, LOL!

Isn't it just begging you to reach out and run your fingers over the corrugations?

Super easy inside - you could easily whip up one or a few of these cards in no time!

Here's the link to the Just Add Ink blog so you can see the rest of the Design Team's masculine fabulousness this week.

Bye for now,



  1. Verrrry cool idea to use the corrugated paper on masculine cards. I haven't cracked mine open yet but I've a strong feeling it's going to be a male card first up. Love your masculine take this week, Tina. xx

  2. Love, love that leaf cut in the corrugated cardstock Tina! Love your earthy colour scheme and the added bit of grunge background stamping! Perfect guy card. xxx

  3. Yes, I indeed just want to touch the fabulous corrugated leaf Tina! Just fabulous! I love the way you e allowed the leaf to be the star too with the clean greeting and touches of grunge in the background. Just fabulous! xo

  4. Simple, classy, elegant and masculine. Might be needing to get me some of that corrugated paper...thanks Tina, I was looking for thing to add to my wishlist!(insert sarcasm font) Lou xo

  5. "Kraft, Black & White"...A perfect masculine colour palette Tina, love the soft grunge in the background. xx


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