Friday, June 14, 2013

#1 Dad Father's Day Card: Mojo Monday 297

What!!  I am on a Roll this week!  Partly because the weather has been rainy most of the week, so the kids and I have been hold up in the house.  Which means...more craft time! ;)

I am happy with the end result of this fun Father's Day card.  I have a lot of this It's A Guy Thing paper left over.  I love using the same paper for all of the Father's Day cards I am making.  Plus...I love using up my older paper to make room for new.

I used the Mojo Monday Sketch #297 for this card and I am also entering it in the Rose Blossom Garden Challenge Blog.  The challenge on this blog was to use the Father's Day key found on the Artiste Ciruct Cartridge.  This is my first time playing along with these challenges.  I hope to play again!

Thanks for stopping by.  See you next time.

All supplies are CTMH unless otherwise noted:
Paper: It's A Guy Thing Level 2 Paper Packet (retired)
Cardstock: Colonial White, New England Ivy, Cocoa, Desert Sand, and Olive
Ink: Cocoa
Accessories: Z1705 Square Antiqued Gold Studs and Z1760 Burlap Ribbon
Tools: Artiste Cricut Cartridge, Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge, corner rounder, sponge dauber, sandpaper, and pop dots.


Brenda said...

What a wonderful masculine card! I am so glad that you played with us in the Rose Blossom Garden!

Marg Van Patten said...

Well done! Guy-cards can be hard to come by and you did a terrific job. My fav detail is the touch of burlap ... gives great dimension and texture. We appreciate your creativity at the Rose Blossom Garden ...hope to see you again!

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