How About 5 Man Cards? All Made from the “He’s the Man” Suite!

The annual catalog will be retiring very soon, so I wanted to show you how to use one suite to make tons of cards. I could make many more cards, not just the 5 I’m showing here, plus some duplicates of the ones I’m showing!

The suite comes with stamps, dies, DSP that includes 2 sheets of die cuts!, and very cool Rustic Dots embellishments. This suite is PERFECT for man cards!


Ok, let’s get started!

For this card, no stamping! I just used the die cuts and the paper! I also used the dies for the argyle looking things behind the sentiment. Easy!


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For this card, I used 4 of the die cuts (the grill, the “flippin’ awesome, the star, and the notebook paper looking thing behind everything). For the sentiment, I used the  Enjoy the Rhythm stamp set. I stamped with Early Espresso and die cut with the Stylish Shapes. The background paper is from the He’s the Man DSP.


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Another easy card! I used 3 die cuts, the cars and the sentiment. I used the dies for the flags/banners on the side. I used Soft Succulent cardstock and then embossed with the Metal Plate 3D Embossing Folder.


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OK, the next two cards are some of the unique ones. One is the Pop & Twist technique, the other is the Double Flap Fun Fold Card. You can always see my instructions for these cards and others under “Instructions”. It would be on the right side on a computer, or all the way at the bottom on a phone.


For this card, the Double Flap Fun Fold card, I stamped the stamp from He’s All That stamp set with Early Espresso on white and die cut with one of the dies from the die set. Everything else is from the die cuts in the DSP!

Here’s my instructions for that kind of card:

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And my last card, the Pop & Twist. These cards are so fun and you can use them for any type of card!

I stamped the sentiment from He’s All That stamp set with Early Espresso and die cut it with one of the dies from the All That dies. I also die cut some of the argyles again, this time using Sahara Sand cardstock.

All the things on the inside are from the die cuts. The “happy birthday” is from the A Grand Kid stamp set.

Here’s the instructions for the Pop & Twist.


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Ok! I used a couple of other stamp sets on these cards, but you could use any “happy birthday” stamp. 95% of what’s on these cards is from the He’s the Man Suite. I don’t know if the stamp and dies will retire, but even if they don’t, there is a 99% chance the paper will. Those die cuts can make so many dang cards!