Hi al! Before I started this month’s Virtual Card Club, I asked on Twitter and Facebook what you all would want to see. One of the first responses was “teen masculine cards.” I agree, those are some of the hardest card to make! I discovered that the best way for me to create these cards was to keep it pretty simple, and let the message/sentiment be the focal point of the card.

I’m not a teen boy, but I imagine they don’t care about lot of images and extra things—it’s the message they want to see. So, these cards are teen/masculine/typographic and focus on the words.

The PDF for this month’s class is 6 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:

What is Virtual Card Club?

For those of you new to VCC, it’s the way I share my in-real-life card club with all of my blog readers. Not only do you get to follow along with the projects we 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 detailed step-by-step instructions and photos, and a complete supply list. 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.

Anyhow, enjoy! And if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me. :)
You’ll also need Adobe Reader to view the PDF file. Download it for free here.

Virtual Card Club – June 2010, $5 US

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Previous Virtual Card Clubs:

May 2010 | Exploring Handwriting | December 2009 | September 2009 | June 2009 | May 2009 | April 2009 | March 2009 | February 2009 | January 2009 | December 2008