Sunday, October 17, 2010

Pink Masculine Card challenge for men?

I am playing on the 'Pink Masculine Card challenge of Smidapaper' that forwarded by Cindy Lee. It is not easy to think of pinky for men. I have tried to ask my husband about the elements that he attracted to pink. I cant get any from him neither. So I tried to pick something that men can accept pink generally like just a contra colors. Like Savitri says 'Pink is a new color for black'. A tip from her. It brings me an idea of something different. Take a look at my steps to make this pinky card..for a guy.

First I use the distress method by padding the distress ink pad onto the cardstock as the sky. I use the circle cut card as to cover the top middle to make it as a moon glowing at night.


Then, I did the wet embossed effect with white embossing powder after stamped the popular Versamark. Heat using the gun.

TA DA.....here is my card done..I stick the scrapped pattern paper from the previous project. I am still picking this pattern paper because the colors are so gentle and soft that might match this card.


Awww. ...I am yawning and sleepy..it's 1am now. gotta go to bed..now..back to my weekly work again..
Thanks for reading and have your comments in my blog.

10 comments:

  1. Oh wow!! What a great technique and let me tell you that your pink masculine card turns out beautifully! I love the embossed Christmas tree! I'm so glad that you play along :) Did you email this to Smidapaper?

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  2. This is absolutely perfect Janet! I think this is probably my favorite of yours!

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  3. You make real pretty Christmas cards! Lovely pink card ;)

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  4. Great tutorial..Love the card and the soft colors :)

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  5. I love this card, lovely and pink! Thanks for the tutxx

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  6. Beautiful card! I didn't know about wet embossing so now there is something new I need to learn. The effect is really stunning.

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  7. Hi Janet!
    Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving me a sweet comment. And of course i got curious about you. I found this card you made and i love it. Fantastic card. Love the technique. Thanks for shearing. Hugs...Mona

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