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Early/Late Father’s Day Card

March 29th, 2011 · 4 Comments

Early/Late Father's Day Card

I’m afraid it’s too late to send a Father’s Day card to my dad in Belgium (we celebrate on March 19th in Antwerp), but way too early to send one to my American father-in-law. At least I have another card ready to be used!

I turned Jen del Muro’s March Sketch For You to Try on its side and pulled colors from BasicGrey’s Marjolaine collection. The argyle pattern is what made me decide to create a masculine card. The Lovely Labels 3 image was a great match. I stamped it with Not Quite Navy ink on white card stock and colored it in with a light tan marker. The Tech Talk sentiment was stamped directly onto green patterned paper and cut out with a circle Nestabilities die.

Thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Lovely Labels 3, Tech Talk (Gina K. Designs)
Paper: Not Quite Navy (SU!); Pure Luxury White (Gina K. Designs); Marjolaine (BasicGrey)
Ink: Not Quite Navy (SU!)
Accessories: Big Shot, Not Quite Navy Brads, Mat Pack, Paper-Piercing Tool, Stampin’ Dimensionals (SU!); Tim Holtz Burlap Texture Fades™ Embossing Folder (Sizzix); Labels Eighteen and Standard Circles Small Nestabilities (Spellbinders); Copic Marker (E30)

Tags: clean & simple

4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Stephanie Atterbury // Mar 29, 2011 at 11:55 pm

    This stopped me in my (google reader) tracks for being such a great card that I had to come by and tell you how much I love it! Colors, layout, images, texture…all are perfect together!!

  • 2 Cindy Beach // Mar 30, 2011 at 7:22 am

    I agree with Stephanie, this card is so classy and a great masculine card! I love the subtle patterns and great details.

  • 3 Jane H // Mar 30, 2011 at 8:23 pm

    Every day is father’s day and I think your dad would love it any time. Don’t wait. Send it. It’s beautiful.

  • 4 Pat (mspfd) // Mar 31, 2011 at 1:08 pm

    Love the mix of colors and texture. Great design Vera… looks perfect with your wonderful stamps and patterns.

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