Fathers Day Card

Hi All,

Happy Fathers Day!
Here’s the card I made for my Dad. I saw these Tim Holtz embellies back in February and bought them to use for a card for him.  My dad’s very mechanically inclined and I thought they would be cool.  The problem is, when I sat down to make the card I was intimidated by the Tim Holtz stuff.  There’s definitely a style to Tim Holtz stuff, and I wasn’t quite sure how to go about it…
So I googled, and found this great card:
http://withastampandasong.blogspot.com/2011/03/three-more-gkd-sets.html
I find that looking at others cards really helps me, that’s why I created Crafty Card Gallery… 🙂
So of course I didn’t have the dies, stamps, etc, so of course my card is different!  I like her card better, but I’m really happy with how it came out… and most importantly, my Dad liked it!  🙂 (He’s a great Dad and pretty much thinks everything I do is good! :))  I think it’s very masculine!


products – 
dcwv tradewinds matstack
stampin up game spinners
stampin up library clips
sheer black ribbon
versa magic chalk ink
copic marker
elegant edges for cut outs
distessor tool
happy fathers day stamp by ditto
So Bloggers acting fnny now and underlining everything (even when I try to undo), so I’m off…  Enjoy your day!
Jennifer




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Comments

  1. Your card is very manly. I love the Tim Holts accessories. I've got some blog candy to give away.
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  2. I love the gears and clock on this card. I think it is fabulous!

    Would love for you to stop by when you can.
    Georgiana
    Carson's Creations
    http://www.carsonscricutcreations.blogspot.com/

  3. Especially_For_You
    June 22, 2011 - 2:08 am

    Stunning! I agree, very manly. I am now a follower. 🙂

    Stop by my new craft blog, Made Especially For You. It's still in its early stages but I promise I have many creative ideas for it!

    Ashley
    http://especiallymade.blogspot.com

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