Hello friends! It’s Shemaine here with a reminder that our Laura Kelly Collection lends itself to endless possibilities. Why not craft a handmade card for a Birthday or just a note to say hi and let him know how much he is loved. Today I am sharing a couple of masculine-themed Birthday cards I created with some of the new Laura Kelly toner sheets along with Maker Forte Deco Foil Sunrise Lake transfer sheets.

Masculine Birthday Cards

Today’s Therm-O-Web Supplies used:

Laura Kelly Toner Sheets, Chunky Checks

Laura Kelly Toner Sheets, Sprinkled Stripes

Maker Forte Foil Transfer Sheets, Sunrise Lake

iCraft 3D Double-sided Adhesive Foam Squares (White), 1/4 in x 1/4 in

iCraft Memory Tape Runner XL (50ft)

Other Supplies:

Dad die Simon Says Stamp

Anna Griffin masculine patterned paper

Sentiment stamp from Reverse Confetti

Masculine Birthday Cards with Laura Kelly Toner sheets

I like quick cards that don’t require too many products. Therm-O-Web’s latest collection of Toner Sheets from Laura Kelly is just the product to help me achieve that goal. To start, I foil the toner sheet with the Maker Forte Deco Foil transfer sheet in Sunrise Lake.

I don’t know about you but I get such a thrill when I pull back the foil to reveal the color on the toner card design. The chunky checks design is so beautiful in that gold.

Next, I take this Dad die from Simon Says Stamp and cut out the letters for my card twice.

To compliment my design, I choose a masculine patterned paper from Anna Griffin to cut another set of letters.

Next, I use a woodgrain design embossing folder from Diamond Press to emboss the background cardstock that I am going to mount the letters on to give it dimension. I really love using embossing folders in my card designs.

Now I lay out my design and use the #D foam squares to mount the letters to the embossed card design.

Now that the letters are mounted I adhere the white embossed layer to the card base with the same patterned paper as the middle die cuts.

Our 3D foam squares really give great dimension to the letters.

I wanted to add a sentiment, so I chose this one from Reverse Confetti.

I think it compliments the card design and adds that special endearment.

For the next card, I foiled the Sprinkled Stripes toner sheet with the same color transfer foil I used for the first card.

Again, the reveal is so fun!

For the second card design, I used more of the Anna Griffin masculine paper and added a stripe of the foiled toner card and a pop of red. I cut the letters again with the Dad die.

I used the foam squares to pop the letters off the red cardstock and finish my design. Start to finish this card took 10 minutes!

The finished card is another fun masculine result.

Here’s a look at both of my finished cards.

Thank you so much for stopping by today. We’d love to see what you’re creating with Therm-O-Web products. Be sure and tag your social media posts with #thermoweb #decofoil and #laurakelly so we can check them out!

Have a creative day!

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