Creating Simple Masculine Cards

This month I’m finally getting to use the brand Gone Fishing Stamp Set & Dies from Stampin Up.

I’m not a great card maker, and one of the types of cards I struggle with the most is Masculine Cards.

I knew when I saw this set in the Stampin Up Annual Catalog that launched back in May this was a set I could use easily.

Creating Simple Masculine Cards

In my video today I want to share with you the 3 projects I created, and the plans I have for this super cute treat bag.

I love using these treat bags as a way to not only hold a treat but also hold the card I have created.

These cards and projects turned out awesome! I was feeling completely inspired so I designed a bonus project this month.

And because I was feeling so inspired I decided to turn this into a single class for you.

If you would like to purchase this as a one-time class you can do that

Purchase The Single Class By Clicking Here

This is a great bundle to have in your collection. I have so many ideas for these items.

Fun fact while using this product I started thinking about how I could use it in a bible journaling project.

Let me know if you would be interested in seeing that idea here on my website.

Creating Simple Masculine Cards

This is our Blessed2Craft project for the Month Of July. You can join us each month as we dive into 3 fun make & takes.

When you join you can cancel at any time. It is always fun to get a small sample of products to play and try out.

Join Blessed2Craft Now For $35 A Month And Never Miss A Project

Each month Blessed2Craft comes with 1/4 pack of designer paper, a fun embellishment, 3 project kits, an exclusive and PDF.

It is the perfect amount of product to use on a few projects. It can help you decide if you like the current product selection and would like to purchase more.

You can purchase any of the supplies I used in today’s project HERE in my online store, or by clicking on the photos below.

I will be back on Thursday for another Project Life video where I will be working on my Project Life Family Album.

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