Step It Up! With The - He' The Man Suite Collection

Hello and welcome to my blog; today I have three super cute projects to share with you using products from the He's The Man Suite. The He's The Man Suite of Products are in the 2022-2023 Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog and can be found on pages 78 & 79. I have a project for all crafters no matter where you are in your crafty journey. These were super fun projects and I know that you are going to love them. Here’s a look at today’s featured projects and in this blog post I will give you some tips & tricks on how to recreate each card as well in the blog post.

Beginner Crafter Level Card:

handmade card by Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Rick Adkins

For each of the projects today I used the same card sketch. Let's start with the beginner level or simple stamper first. This is a person who may be just starting out, or someone that just wants to create some super quick and fast cards.

For this card I cut a piece of Sahara Sand Cardstock in half and scored it in half. I then cut a piece of Basic White Cardstock and stamped the compass image from the He's All That Stamp Set in Early Espresso Ink to create my own designer series paper. I then decided it needed just a little more so I added in the small button stamp to fill in the open areas. I then took the cardstock and cut off a section on each side. I attached the two smaller pieces on the side of the card base and the larger one in the center.

handmade card by Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Rick Adkins

I then added a sentiment stamped in Early Espresso Ink onto a piece of Soft Succulent Cardstock. I popped up the sentiment with Stampin' Dimensionals to finish the card.

Casual Crafter Level Card:

A casual crafter my have a few more supplies then someone just starting out, and may be a little further along on their crafting journey. So, for the casual card I used a card base made from Sahara Sand Cardstock. Instead of stamping my own designer series paper I used a piece of the He's the Man Speciality Designer Series Paper.

handmade card by Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Rick Adkins

I cut this piece of DSP the same way I did the simple card. I cut two smaller pieces from the ends and attached those onto the card base and then the larger one in the middle.

I then took a piece of Early Espresso Cardstock and punched both ends with the Banners Pick A Punch. I then added a sentiment stamped in Early Espresso Ink onto a piece of Basic White Cardstock. I punched out the layer with the Lasting Layer Punch.

handmade card by Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Rick Adkins

I then aded two more punch outs using the Lasting Label Punch from Soft Succulent Cardstock. I cut the labels in half and added them behind the Basic White label to create a mat before popping it up onto Stampin' Dimensionals.

Avid Crafter Level Card:

The Avid Crafter would have more than both of the pervious crafters and more than likely owns a die cutting machine like the Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine. I used the same card base cut from Sahara Sand Cardstock. But I cut up one Inch on both sides of the card front up to the score line.

handmade card by Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Rick Adkins

This was in order to create a fun fold card. I then added a piece of Basic White Cardstock to the center and attached the two side flaps down. I then added two pieces of the He's The Man Speciality Designer Series Paper to both flaps.

On the center flap I added the same larger piece as before. But I also added four of the argyle die cuts that I cut out from Early Espresso Cardstock using the dies from the All That Dies. I added these to the card front with a little Multipurpose Liquid Glue.

handmade card by Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Rick Adkins

For the sentiment I stamped it in Early Espresso Classic Ink and die cut it with the oval die from the All That Die Set. I then added two banners cut with dies from that same die set and designer series Paper behind the oval before popping it all up on Stampin' Dimensionals. I finished off the card by adding a few Rustic Metallic Dots to the card front.

Thanks for dropping by today, I hope you find inspiration from one of these cards no matter what your crafting level is. You will find all the supplies listed below for all the cards.















Happy Stampin'

Rick Adkins


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