Monday, June 15, 2015

Colour Me...!


The school year is winding down - only 2 more weeks and
then it's summer break - YAY!!!!  I have a list a mile long
of things I want to do, techniques I want to try, books I 
want to read... before I do all that though I'll be down-sizing
my craft room and moving it upstairs and my daughter will
be moving downstairs. It's a big job but I'm really looking 
forward to the change.

But first it's time for a Father's Day card. This is for my
Father-in-law - I'm not worried that he'll see it though as I'm 
sure he doesn't read my blog.


After I made this card I realized it was perfect for
the challenge at Colour Me...! this week. The challenge
is Colour Me Striking - use the colors night of navy, real red 
and a neutral. 

I love the layout - I think it's one I'll be using again and again.
This card turned out only slightly different than the plan 
that I started out with. I love the colors and the little
anchors and stars. 


supplies:
all from Stampin' Up!
cardstock: whisper white
dsp: Maritime
stamp set: The Open Sea
ink: night of navy, real red
big shot: circles framelits, lucky stars EF


Happy Stampin'
and thanks so much for visiting!

7 comments:

  1. Perfect card, Susan! Great Father's Day card.

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  2. I love this card. It is such a perfect male card. May I post a link to your card on my Manly Monday blog post? It's a post where I showcase masculine cards for my readers. Email me link to your card so I can find it at grohcm at gmail dot com. I will send you an email when the post goes live. Thank you.
    Cindy at Cre8ive Cindy Blog

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    1. WOW - I really appreciate that Cindy - thank you. I sent you an email :)

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  3. Wonderful patterned papers and use of your stamps! Thanks for joining us at Colour Me!

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  4. BIG fan of this card :) Calling me home for sure! Thanks so much for sharing with us this week at Colour Me...! We would love for you to join us again next week for a new combo :)

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  5. Great card, Susan! Great Father's Day card.

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