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Welcome to the We BEE Stamping Team Blog Hop - Everything Masculine

Do you get "stuck" creating masculine cards?  It seems we have plenty of ideas for feminine cards, but hit a brick wall when it comes to creating masculine cards.    Don't reinvent the wheel when creating "dude" cards.  You can easily take a layout you like and "man it up" for the guys in you life.  Keep the following in mind to create easy masculine cards-

  • Use a more masculine stamp set.
  • Choose less feminine colors.  Think stronger/deeper colors.
  • Designer Series Paper with a plaid or strip pattern will add a pop of interest.
  • Go ahead and add embellishments. Just use a different type like enamel dots and twine.

For this masculine card I used Pansy Petals Designer Series Paper.  Yep, very feminine Designer Series Paper, but this collection has a very bold and deep color stripe - Designer Series Papers has TWO sides.

 The Handsomely Suited stamp set was my number one choice to create a masculine card.  I also used the new Basic Borders dies to create a unique card front.  I used the die on the front of the cardstock and then added a piece of DSP on the inside.


I really like the greeting in this set and changed it up to make a birthday card.


I used the same design/layout to create a feminine card.  Again, I picked a feminine stamp set.  The Dressed to Impress stamp set, All Dressed Up Dies, Hand Penned Designer Series Paper and the 2021-2023 In Color Jewels.



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Sit back, relax and "hop" through all the posts to see Everything Masculine from my talented We BEE Stamping team members.

Click the button below to buzz back to Mary Ann's post


Click the button below to buzz forward to Kim's post


Thank you for visiting with me and my fellow team members today.  Have an awesome day!



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Dana Davis

I like the fancy edge!

Kim Baker

I love this design! :)

Lina Bauwin

Cool cards need to use those dies. On the list to do, thanks for sharing.


Very unique design! Really different.

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