Fancy Friday-Make it Masculine!

Hello Everyone! Welcome back to another Fancy Friday! For this month's hop we have challenged ourselves to make it masculine! I'm not sure about you, but my projects seem to be over-riddled with girlishness! Perhaps it is because I am the only girl in a house full of guys. So, I thought I would try and make the most of this challenge.

I own very few masculine sets. . . in fact, the only current masculine set I own is Guy Greetings from the Occasions Catalog. I could have very easily created a man card using Guy Greetings, but then where would be the challenge?! Instead I decided to take the challenge a step further and use a very girly set and try to make it masculine. Since I have been busy creating projects for my next round of Stamps in the Mail using the Hello Darling set, I thought. . . .sure, why not?! I can make Hello Darling masculine, can't I?! Hmmmm. . . let's see. . . here is the image of the set. . .
and here is my MAKE IT MASCULINE card!
Yup! Good enough for me!

Let's head In the Cat Cave and see what manly project Cathy has created, shall we?! Don't forget to continue on the hop as we have a surprise guest designer! She's someone who I often look to for inspiration, she is absolutely amazing, and if you don't love her already you will after stopping by her blog!

Supplies used: Hello Darling stamp set; Lost Lagoon and Basic Black ink pads; Lost Lagoon, Whisper White, Very Vanilla, Basic Black, and Kraft cardstock; Typeset and Moonlight DSP; What's Up and 1/2" circle punch; File Tab Thinlits; Stacked With Love Washi; Linen Thread; Project Life Journaling Pens; other: needle and black thread.


  1. You TOTALLY did it! I wouldn't have thought it possible. All you little zigzag details are so awesome. That file folder is adorable!

  2. WELL gosh that was a challenge!! Well done Friend!

  3. Now THAT is impressive Becky! Beautifully- errr Handsomely done!

  4. OH dear. The sewing, the doodling.... it's all perfection. LOVE

  5. This is fantastic!! You are so good at the doodle lines!

  6. Love your card! The doodling and sewing effect is great!