Men will love a card made with these super-cool vintage papers by Jenny Ellory. Use them for Father's Day, birthdays and more...
Click on the PDF below to download your free papers for men.
Great to have male orientated papers, thank you very much.
Thanks for the great papers, it's always hard to find things suitable for a male recepient, these will help tremendously.
I have to agree with Spyder though, would be great to have them all without the Father's Day sentiment, although I am thankful for what you've given us.
I just want to say thank you for all the brilliant downloads.
I am new to card making and still unsure what to buy or what cards to make, your downloads & ideas are brilliant!
so once again thanks
Thank you these papers will come in so handy I always seem to struggle for mens cards xx
Thanku these will be great for male family members.
Thank you - Just perfect for Fathers Day :)
THANK YOU FOR THE VERY USEFUL MENS FREE PAPERS, I SHALL BE USING THE CAR ONES FOR MY HUSBAND A FATHER'S DAY CARD.
cheers for the free/dl of mens papers, there lovely. I find it sooo easy to get womens alot harder for men.
Thank-you for the men papers,they are so hard to come by, i will use them in future.
i have been trying to find a men paper to jazz up my cards so you can really tell who they are for
Thank you for giving us free papers to sownload, much appreciated by us pensioners,
lovely papers, thank you,papers for men are so hard to come by these will come in very handy,thanks again x
Thank you for the fabulous papers, I'll definitely use the gardening ones!
ps...back to say (in August) lovethem even more if they didn't have Father's day on some of them!
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