Making a man card

I do find man cards tricky to make. However, Stampin’ Up! have lots of lovely goodies that make the job a little easier and I am very pleased with my first SU card for a man.

P1030343The bunting is cut free-hand. Using the Polka Dot Parade in Marina Mist I’ve punched out 1″ squares, folded them in half to find the midway point and then cut them into triangles. The ribbons are 3/4″ strips which I’ve cut into. All the edges have been inked. I used a hot glue to stick the flags down and then added little blue buttons from my stash in between each piece.


I stamped the R onto Whisper white and punched it out using the 1″ circle punch. I used Stampin’ Dimensionals to mount it onto the Scallop circle, punched from Sahara Sand, and then used more dimensionals to apply this to a square of Polka Dot Parade. All the pieces, including the bunting were edged with Early Espresso.


Supplies Used


Polka Dot Parade Designer Series Paper (Marina Mist) #126902

Getting Started Cardstock A4 (Whisper White) #121700

Cardstock, Neutrals Collection (Sahara Sand) #121699


1″ Circle #119868

1″ Square #124094

1 3/4″ Scallop Circle #119854


Notable Alphabet #126357


Stampin’ Dimensionals #104430

Classic Stampin’ Pad (Marina Mist) #126962

Classic Stampin’ Pad (Early Espresson) #126074