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    Father’s Day card for Hubby

    I made this card for my husband this year.  While the kids showered him with gifts I gave him this card and a couple of other things.  He loves cars and I thought this was only appropriate for him to have this one.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    I die cut gears out of silver foil paper and then added a few more to the inside.  Cut out the car and popped it up on dimensionals.  I added a little smoke around the car to show that it was running.

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    Tunnel Frame Birthday Card

    Although this is called a tunnel frame card it is more of a 3D type card because of the dimension on the inside.  I made this into a birthday card but would also make a great Father’s Day card.

    I first stamped out several BBQ items and then colored them with markers, I then added some checked cardstock to look like a table cloth on the front of the card.

    There is a spot on the left hand side to write your message.

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    Shadow Horse

    This was an interesting technique I had never tried before.  First I sponged the sky with a light blue ink and then sponged the ground with a brown.  I then stamped the mountains with black ink. For the horse I stamped it in the foreground and then colored it with a black marker, yes you heard me correctly I colored in all of the stamped horse.  I then added a sentiment on the bottom which says ” Live as if someone left the gate open”.    Great card for a male or female friend.

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    Portal View

    This would make a great Father’s Day card or a male birthday.

    I cut out a hole to look like a portal and added sandpaper for the sandy beach.  Cute little sailboat in the distance and an anchor attached to the portal. I cut out a couple of starfish to go along with the anchor and added a weave type of ribbon to look like rope.

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    Bunny Maypole

    This was a cute card to create.  The card could be an Easter card or May Day card.

    I used a punch border on the edge to show the color underneath and framed out the card.