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Monday, 3 September 2018

Father's Day

Here in Australia, yesterday was Father's Day, so I would like to wish
Dads everywhere a belated Happy Father's Day. 

I could not be home with John, because it was the AGM at the Fort,
then I was on duty for the remainder of the day.
I know most card makers struggle with creating cards for men, and I am no
exception. However, I recently bought the ship, and anchor dies, so I
decided to use those for my card for John. I remembered that several
years ago I 'squirrelled' this fabulous paper away, so a little search
revealed it in my huge collection of lovely papers.
(Storing my papers in genre sections does help.)


Inside my card, where I wrote my personal message to John.


Close ups of the ship and anchor dies, used for the first time.
The cardstock I have used looks black, but it is actually dark blue.


Challenges I would like to enter
Daring Cardmakers - 'Travelogue'
The Crafty Addicts #51 - 'Anything Goes/ Boys & Men'
Try It On Tuesday - 'Take A Ride'

Dies - Kaisercraft Anchors; Simply Dies Sailing Ship
Paper - Graphic 45 
Ink - Distress Ink Rusty Hinge
Sentiment - peel-off sticker from my stash junk

Time to bring the washing off the line, so until next time, thank you for visiting.

Hugs,
Jennifer.  xx


5 comments:

  1. A brilliant card! I love it! Thank you very much for joining us at Try It On Tuesday! Happy new week!
    Susi

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  2. Really striking die cuts, they make for a very handsome masculine card, love it! Thanks for joining us at Daring Cardmakers this week!

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  3. Wonderful male card, love the background paper and those fabulous dies. Thank you for joining us at Daring Cardmakers this week.

    Sylvia xx

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  4. Wonderful card! The lovely papers and ship details are fabulous 😁. Thanks so much for joining us at Try it on Tuesday! J 😊 x

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  5. A fantastic male themed car. The sailing ship looks awesome. Thank you for sharing with us at Try it on Tuesdays.
    Yvonne

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