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Artsy Collage™ Masculine Paper Art


Artsy Collage™ Masculine Paper Art

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The crack of the bat. Old-time jazz. The smell of the seashore. This collection of masculine-themed art includes 24 sheets of collage papers, featuring seafaring themes, the great outdoors, music, vintage sports images and more. We put the art onto colored, faux texture backgrounds so you can cut or tear out the images. The paper background coordinates with the papers in Textured Backgrounds.

Part number: 7243110000

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Comment Love these images. There are so many uses. I used some to highlight a scrapbook page on Ernest Hemingway from our trip to Key West. FL; also used animal images and leaf images to highlight pages from my grandson's trip to the zoo. Amazing how useful these are.
Submitted Thursday, January 24th @ 08:31 PM

Comment The masculine paper cover so many interests that men have . The images are easy to cut out. The colors in the drawings are easy to match for a man. Simple but some elegence at the same time.
Submitted Tuesday, May 15th @ 07:01 AM

Comment This is going to be great for my male, vintage and African LOs! There's so much to choose from and I can tear them out and ink them if I want to. More fun than a sticker.
Submitted Monday, June 21st @ 04:29 PM

Comment Great assortment of graphics for men. I make all my cards and often struggle to make them not look too cutesy for the guys. My first card came out great as there are many items that work together for a pulled together look with a theme. The booklet will be in many pieces soon.
Submitted Monday, June 14th @ 08:31 AM

Comment You can never have enough masculine images as they are difficult to find. This little book is packed with images for the card maker and scrapbooker which makes it all so much easier. My husband flipped through the book and commented on how nice the images were and how I could use them on cards for our grandsons as well as our fathers. How perfect is that!
Submitted Friday, June 11th @ 08:02 AM

Comment This LITTLE book is PACKED WITH GREAT STUFF. I'm so glad I bought TWO .. and shared one with a friend -- who was THRILLED with it as much as me. So many images, so many possibilities and PERFECT for those hard to dream up GUY cards. LOVE IT A LOT!!! A GREAT variety!
Submitted Monday, May 25th @ 05:44 AM

Comment Love this item. Great selection of images. very useful with my scrapbooks & photo frame making.
Submitted Friday, October 31st @ 01:49 PM

Comment The variety in this book is great... but although I was aware these are to be cut out, I didn't realize the smaller size of several of the items. I will still use them, though!
Submitted Thursday, October 30th @ 10:25 AM

Comment This is a fantastically useful little book of papers for creating interesting and very different men's collage cards, as well as having a little of everything for many of the different cards that this crafter has made over the past few years...have bought it several times..and it goes out of stock in the Uk regularly.
I hope it is NEVER dicontinued...but would love a reprint with a page specifically for the UK or at least for the European market....with the removal of the US specific page of flags etc. I have Canadian cousins, so even find a use for the page of US hunting and so specific wildlife images.....wonderful little booklet. Am trying to persuade someone to restock it who sells your products. As an epileptic, I end up purchasing many products online, or through the Television medium, so have managed to source your products through QVC many times. The colour palettes that you use are fantastic.
This booklet would make a wonderful candidate for your diecut cardstock sets...along with the journey ephemera and the DIY ephemra...as a specialist masculine set..wouldn't it!?
Submitted Thursday, June 5th @ 06:16 PM