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Saturday, March 17, 2012

Well Worn Masculine Card

Do you have as much trouble as I do in finding a good card suitable for giving to a man? I don't know what you look for in a masculine card but for me the criteria for a "man" card is:
*no ribbon
*no pastel colors
*no glitter
*metal somewhere

This sample is a great masculine card. The designer paper is from a pack called "Well Worn" and the colors are perfect. I backed it with a piece of Not Quite Navy and a Cajun Craze circle. The sentiment is from a set called On Your Birthday and it was punched out using the Decorative Label Punch. My metal here is one of the retired Jumbo Brads.
 
I'd love to tell you this was all my inspiration - but its not. I got a card similar to this as a trade card at a recent demonstrator meeting. Often when I get trade cards I use the general idea and tweak it a lot. This one I used almost as is.

I love going to Demonstrator Meetings. We get so many great ideas for cards and other projects. If you've ever wondered about joining Stampin'UP! now is a great time to join. For the next 2 weeks (until the end of March) the Starter Kit is on sale - only $125 for over $300 worth of stuff. In fact, whether you want to be a demonstrator or not, the Kit is a good deal!  Oh, almost forgot, you'll also get a FREE package of designer paper EACH MONTH with your first order of the month for the rest of 2012.

*If you are kind of interested you can read more here: on the Stampin'UP! website 
And you know, if you have questions and are wondering about what it means to buy a "Starter Kit" just call.  608-220-3450.  I'll answer any of your questions.  
  • If you decide to buy the starter Kit you've made a smart purchase with your stamping money. That could be the end of it - you have $300+ worth of stuff for only $125.
  • If you decide to actually become a Demonstrator it can change your life.The extra spending money is nice and I've made so many new friends its been wonderful.
You get so much more than just the product in the Starter Kit. Which ever your reason for buying it, when you buy the Starter Kit you have access to tons of support material from Stampin'UP!
*an exclusive idea website
*monthly magazine
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AND, you have access to an exclusive website I maintain for my downline with even more ideas and business help. What ever you're looking for - I'll help you find it. Doesn't matter if you're local or far away, the internet is an amazing tool in a business like this.

I hope you are inspired to join my team
--Katie

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