It’s fathers day so I could not resist making a 2nd post today to honor all the dads in our lives. This post is super adorable and is the packaging for Cammies June workshop featuring all masculine cards that you have seen over the past few days and the Stampin Up manly papers that were available in the Adventure Bound DSP paper stack. As with most of Cammie’s fantastic designs, she brayered the mountains and daubered the grassy land. She used the Stampin Up Wood You Be Mine (now retired) stamp set to stamp the lumberjack. She then colored him in and peeked him behind a wood beam made using the Hardwood Background Stamp #133032.
What a fun way to package a masculine workshop! I plan to repurpose the packaging and remove the panel to make into a masculine card.
I bought the Stampin Up Wood you be Mine polymer stamp set #137134 specifically for the masculinity of the lumber jack. So since I needed a masculine birthday card for my brother in law’s Davids birthday tomorrow I made it work. I had the left over parts from what I wanted to do for some valentines so I decided to use it to make a birthday card by simply just not adding the valentine sentiments included in the set.
For the background I used the Stampin Up Hardwood #133305 background stamp and then layered it with a piece of DSP from the Stacked with Love DSP paper stack #137779 in the Stampin Up occasions catalog. I also added a piece of the rough and tough Burlap Ribbon #132140 and a hand stamped and cut out tree stump.
These are the 2 masculine Valentines that I made using this set. It is fun to look beyond the stampset to use it for other than intended and in my case it was just swapping out the sentiment.
Today’s post is a perfect example of how to use the Stampin Up Wood You Be Mine #137134 stamp set for more than a Valentine. Cammie did a spectacular job creating the masculine lake scene using her brayering skills and incorporating the lumberjack from the Wood you Be Mine stamp set in the Stampin Up occasions catalog.
Happy Valentine’s Day! For today’s Cammie and I challenged ourselves to use the Stampin Up Wood You Be Mine #137134 stamp set from the occasions catalog. We both loved it and bought it for the lumberjack but when pushed came to shove I could not bring myself to make a Valentine card using the lumberjack so instead I used the other images to make my card. I just randomly stamped the tree images after I placed the saw. I then filled in with the wee little hearts to create the whimsical valentine. The best part is it is flat and a stamped only card. As I was mailing them I thought why did I not stamp and cut out at least one of the tree stumps to add dimension but it was too late!!!
Cammie had no problems using the lumberjack and her card turned out way too cute. She used the yummy herringbone background paper from the Adventures Abound DSP #137780 pack from the Stampin Up occasions catalog. Cammie used the Wood You Be Mine stamp set to stamp her lumberjack, then colored him with Stampin Up Blendabilites Markers then cut him out and secured him to the tree trunk . She added some punched hearts and the sentiment in the banner to create a super fun card. I am inspired so I plan to make a masculine birthday card with the lumber jack.