Sunday, September 1, 2019

His and Hers Blog Hop

Guess what our theme is for September's Creation Station Blog Hop?  It's his and hers.  We thought it would be cool to design a card for him and then case it and make another card for her.

I pulled all my cues for my "his" card from my very feminine floral card.  I have textured embossing, heat embossing, foil die cutes, blender pen coloring, and accents in the same positions.

His card ingredients include:
Geared Up Garage Stamp Set | Garage Gears Dies | Pretty Peacock Cardstock
Woven Threads DSP | Basket Weave 3D Folder (backwards) | Noble Peacock Foil Sheets
Black Shimmer Embossing Powder | Versamark Ink
Bermuda Bay, Pool Party, and Whisper White Cardstocks
Pretty Peacock, Pool Party, and Smokey Slate Stampin' Blends | Glitter Enamel Dots

Hers card ingredients include:
Band Together Stamp Set | Detailed Bands Dies | Seaside Spray Cardstock | 2019-21 In Color DSP
Scripty 3D Embossing Folder | Champagne Foil | Versamark Ink | White Embossing Powder
Old Olive, Soft Seafood, and Whisper White Cardstocks | Crumb Cake Ink Pad
Seaside Spray, Soft Seafood, and Crumb Cake Stampin' Blends | In Color Faceted Dots

Are you lovin' our his and hers theme?  I had tons of fun taking cues from one card to flip it from one feel to another.  Let's take a trip on over to see what Denita has crafted for this month's Creation Station Blog Hop His and Hers theme.


  1. Oh I loe all the detail on these cards Elizabeth, but that feminine card is super elegant! ... Oh my, sophistication in abundance xx

  2. Love these cards and the colors you used--they each definitely have a distinct feel of "his" and "hers"! The embossing over the dsp is a really nice detail--especially love that basketweave on the "his" card.

  3. So much detail and texture! True works of art as always, Elizabeth!

  4. Beautiful cards Elizabeth ... and great colour palettes for the "his and hers" theme.

  5. Fabulous cards! Love this blog hop theme.

  6. Great cards! I'm loving all the texture you created by embossing his designer paper pattern -- cool look!