Fall is truly here as most of the leaves have fallen off of the trees in our area. Thankfully though the trees outside are bare, I can create as many leaves as I’d like in my craft room!

Creating cards for men can sometimes be a challenge. Many of us have lots of floral and “girly” stamps and like to use pretty colors that go with them. When it’s time to make a card for a man our creative mind goes blank.

The colors of fall (before all the leaves fell) were inspiration for this birthday card that’s perfect for men. Even though Rich Razzleberry is kind of a girly color on it’s own, it becomes more masculine when mixed with Old Olive and Early Espresso.

Paper Sizes:
Old Olive card base: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″
Early Espresso: 3-3/4″ x 5″
Whisper White: 2″ x 4-3/4″ and 4″ x 5-1/4″ (inside)

What’s on the inside?

The inside is a continuation of what was on the outside. Just a few stamped leaves in the corner and some sponged ink along that corner to make them pop out.

Supplies Used:

Don’t you just love that leaves paper on the front of the card? I stamped it myself and I’d love to show you how!

Join the One Sheet Wonder Card Club to learn how to stamp this pretty leaves paper and use it to make 8 cards!!

HURRY! The instructions for this set of cards will only be available until Monday, November 2nd at 8 am Central. That’s when it will be replaced with a NEW set of cards and a NEW One Sheet Wonder template for November! Join Now to get both!!

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