I had to use True Thyme instead of Kraft because I didn't have any Kraft CS. With the red and the black, it does have a masculine look. I took it a bit further using Noble Deer stamps. I also thought that the Big Buckle card would look manly too. I used black EP to emboss the saying but a bit fell that I didn't notice until after the heat process so I used a fine point black marker to make a dotted BG! When the card is open, you can see the other buck. I also added more grass to fill in the empty area below the deer.
I added 3 shiney black brads, vertically, to the right of the pine cone layers (Thanks to Mothermark's advice!). I should have taken a photo to replace this one, but it's in the mail now...use your imagination!!! TFL!
Date: Tuesday, April 3, 2007 GMT Views: 574
Registered: April 23, 2006 Location: Looking For Teapots! Posts: 59933
Tue, Apr 03, 2007 @ 5:50 PM
I like this masculine card....it is great. I think a good spot for three little black brads would be on the panel with the pine cones stamped on it ....placed at the bottom on the right side as I am looking at this card on line, running parallel to the side of the panel. In my humble opinion.......It truly is a very nice man card.