Welcome to the Paper Crafting Blog Hop! Our MAY 2022 blog hop includes Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrators from around the world...including the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia! Get ready to be wowed by a variety of creative projects and design styles! You may have arrived from Shirley's Blog
...I hope you were inspired by her project!
We are featuring MASCULINE projects this month. Below is the card that I created using the new He's the Man Suite. It includes the He's All That stamp set, All That Dies, (get both in the He's All That Bundle), He's the Man 12 x 12 Specialty Designer Series Paper, and Rustic Metallic Adhesive-Backed Dots.
I love how the Specialty Paper has 2 die-cut sheets with images perfect for cards or scrapbooking!
And this is one of my favorite Card Maps to use to showcase Designer Series Paper. Sometimes I just can't decide which pattern to use, so this layout is great because it uses FOUR!
- plaid: 2" x 2-1/2"
- BBQ: 3" x 2-1/4"
- tweed: 2-1/2" x 1-1/2"
- stripes: 2-1/2" x 2-1/2"
And of course a BBQ restaurant gift card is the perfect gift inside of the card!
Scroll down to see all the supplies used for this card.
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Here's the list of this month's hoppers if you get off the trail.
Julia Mazur - YOU ARE HERE!
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Thanks for stopping by! Julia Mazur @ SimplySheStamps
The stacked and staggered DSP makes a great background!ReplyDelete
I love how you used all the different patterns of the DSP. Great card.ReplyDelete
Thanks Krissi! I do like how you can use more than one pattern!Delete
Love this DSP- the colours and the die cut sheets. Great card map too, thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thanks Annette, this is a great DSP pack!Delete
So much fun - flipping awesome!!! Love it.ReplyDelete
Thanks Julia, I do love that sentiment!Delete
Flipping awesome card! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Great Card, I love all the layers.ReplyDelete
Great card - simple and clean - I like itReplyDelete