Photoplay Grease Monkey Masculine Cards

Photoplay Grease Monkey Masculine Card by Kathy Clement PHoto 01

Photoplay Grease Monkey Masculine Cards

Hello, Friends!  Today I have a couple of quick and easy Photoplay Grease Monkey Masculine Cards to share with you.  These are great for graduation, birthdays, and other occasions when you need a card for the guys in your life.

Ticket to Ride

Ticket to Ride Masculine Card with Photoplay Grease Monkey by Kathy Clement

I love it when a card can be used for lots of different purposes.  This 5″ x 7″ top fold card is great for the young man who just passed his driver’s test.  It’s also a fun graduation or birthday card .  You could even use this card as a “milestone” birthday card, thanks to the speed limit sign on the background paper.

The  “key”  (see what I did there?) is to add foam tape between layers to make the simple elements pop off off the page.  Then tie a key on with some bakers twine, thrown in a few gears, and you’re nearly done.  Add a pop of color with the ticket from the ephemera pack.  Simple, but effective!

Here’s a peek inside.

Happy Birthday Handsome Slimline Shaker Card

This card is almost too easy to make.  The trick is using the Photoplay #9 Slimline Dies to create a shaker window.  Here’s how I did it:

  • Cut silver foil paper using the next to largest die . Use some post it tape or mint tape to hold the die in place.
  • Now, use a ruler and a craft knife to cut along the scored lined inside the silver panel.  If you place the paper on a glass cutting mat, the craft knife will glide along the surface and create a nice, clean cut.
  • Next, line the back side of the frame with clear cardstock.
  • Then add 3 layers of foam tape to the back of the frame.
  • Place a shaker mix and small metal gears over the patterned paper layer, then press the frame in place.
  • Now place dimensionals on the back of the banner sticker and adhere to the card.
  • Finally, place foam tape on the back of the “Happy Birthday” sticker and you’re done!

Here’s a peek inside.  Stamp a sentiment on a blank piece of cardstock so you can write a personal note.

Then create a little gift card wallet to tuck inside the pocket. Boom!  You’re done!

I love it when a sharp looking card only takes about 30 minutes to make.  How about you?

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Thanks for stopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

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7 thoughts on “Photoplay Grease Monkey Masculine Cards

  1. Helen Budz

    Delightful mascultine cards, Kathy. Especially like the slimline birthday card…and, yes, it is great when cards come together quickly. tfs-stay well. Hugs.

  2. Martie Rollin

    My son recently purchased a new motorcycle…can’t believe how quiet it is! I’m remembering the roar of bikes from years gone by. I decided to purchased a select couple of designer sheets from this collection…couldn’t imagine using all the designs in the full collection. That said, I see you’ve done a nice job of pulling this project together. I really like the bakers twine on this one, and that key does work! LOVE the gears!! I found some motorcycle charms to use on my cards. Well done, Kathy!

  3. Cheryl Wells

    Kathy – I have to say that I was kinda on the fence about this paper collection, but these cards changed my mind – really great guys’ cards – thank you so much!!!

  4. MaryH

    You make these masculine card layouts look great and seem like I could accomplish something similar! Appreciate your ideas and layouts; I am such a fan of slimline and shaker cards. The combo really is appealing and I know would be a hit, especially with those little gears in the shaker mix. I am on the hunt now to find similar shaker embellishments!

  5. soozyb2013

    Marty is a lover of the Ford Mustang, he has a GT, so that one would be perfect for him. It’s tough sometimes to come up with masculine cards. I have papers with gears and stuff, just have to remember where I put them. 😉 Shaker card is great too Kathy, the banner on the front… love it. Have a great Tuesday.

  6. Gena Krannig

    What great guy cards, Kathy! The colors and images are perfect! Very nostalgic. I’m old enough to remember those kind of gas pumps. LOL Thank you for sharing! Hugs!

  7. Susan Steele

    Luv these Grease Monkey guy cards! Knew I should of gotten this collection 2 weeks ago when I first saw them …cause I just knew you’d have them and have some great ideas for them! These are awesome cards …oh dear, here I go again! Lol!!! Thanks for some more great inspiration dear Kathy. Big hugs, Suzy Q

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