Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Masculine Birthday Card with Video Tutorial

Hello! Today I am sharing a masculine birthday card with you that I created. I have always loved creating grungy masculine crafts and once preferred them over girly type crafts. Then my daughter was born, so I had to learn to love girly type crafts too. :)


The Crafter's Workshop & Rinea has provided me with some of the product to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own.

Below is a video tutorial showing exactly how I created my card.
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To create the masculine grunge look, I used a gold piece of Rinea Foiled Paper and crinkled it up. Then daubed on some StazOn Jet Black ink over the crinkled areas. After that, I then used the TCW745 Riveted stencil with some TCW9041 Platinum Modeling Paste on the foiled paper. Once the paste was dry, I then ran it through the Spellbinders Lazer Beams embossing folder and sanded the raised areas of the embossed foiled paper.



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I design for several companies because I truly love their products! Anything I recommend on my blog is something that I genuinely love and regularly use. I buy most of my own supplies. However, I do receive some free product to work with and I sometimes make money for the projects I make. I DO NOT get paid for product reviews, I give my honest opinion about the products I use and I will never recommend a product that I do not like or would not use.

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