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Hello!  I hope everyone is enjoying some time off this weekend.  My boys are out of school for the summer and my daughter has a couple of exams coming up but other that we are going to relax this weekend.  I'm gonna make a couple of cards hopefully too.

I wanted to share a couple of Father's Day cards I made a few days ago.  They both use the same sentiment that I printed onto the cardstock using a brushstroke font.

This is the first card.  I used my Cameo to cut the globe out and I love how it looks.  I inked up the edges of the blue and green cardstock and like how doing something that simple adds some depth.

Here's another view.

This is the second card and is very different from the first one even though the sentiment is the same.  I used Altenew's Mini Atlas stamp set.  It really is a small stamp and I was kind of surprised how small it is!  Yes, I need to read the description more clearly.  Anyway, I heat embossed the image in gold and layered it too to make it a bit larger.  Then I added a small diecut heart. 

Different style cards for different kinds of dads. 

That's it for now.  Thanks so much for stopping by!


Comments

Lynn said…
Your Father's Day cards are awesome! I think my favorite is the colored world one but the gold one seems more classy. Thanks for reminding me to get started on mine.
Super nice Father's Day cards!!!! I love the sentiment and font. Have a nice LONG weekend.
Cheryl said…
Cute cameo project! The gold one is nice too! Enjoy your summer!

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