Hi everyone! Last week I asked y’all on Facebook and Twitter what kind of cards you wanted to see. A lot of you said masculine cards. I thought it would be cool to challenge myself to take feminine cards I’ve made in the past and show you how to adapt them so they are more masculine. So that’s what I did for this Virtual Card Club. :)
I also included some tips for you when you start making masculine cards. Sometimes they can be tough to make! Hopefully this VCC will help you out. :)
The PDF for this month’s class is 7 pages long with large photos and step by step instructions (with photos!). You can substitute the supplies I used with whatever you have on hand.
But in case you want to use the exact items, the supplies are listed on the first page. You can substitute with whatever supplies you have on hand. The only supplies that you might considering acquiring that I used are:
- BasicGrey Wander paper
- Jenni Bowlin tickets
- Hero Arts Designer Woodgrain Stamp
- American Crafts Just a Note Stamp
What is Virtual Card Club?
For those of you new to VCC, it’s the way I share new and fun ideas with my blog readers. Not only do you get to follow along with the projects I create by using your own supplies, but it’s a great way to show your support. The money from VCC goes to maintaining the web hosting for this blog. :) For only $5 you get high quality photos and ideas. All you have to do is break out your supplies and get started!
NOTE: Supplies are NOT included. You must use your own supplies. Virtual Card Club is essentially an online class.
Virtual Card Club – Masculine Cards, $5 US
NOTE: Depending on how you pay through PayPal (credit card vs. e-check), you might be able to download the PDF file immediately after submitting payment. If not presented with the opportunity to download immediately, a download link will be emailed to your PayPal email address. The system is automated, so requests for the PDF to be sent to a different email address cannot be accommodated. Thanks!
Previous Virtual Card Clubs:
Holiday Card Series 2010 Sketches | Holiday Card Series 2009 Sketches | Paper Dolls | June 2010 | May 2010 | Exploring Handwriting | December 2009 | September 2009 | June 2009 | May 2009 | April 2009 | March 2009 | February 2009 | January 2009 | December 2008