Jun 122014

It’s almost Father’s Day!  Here are a couple of designs that are for three of the special men in my life.

The front card is for my father-in-law.  It will be delivered in person this Sunday.

The Spellbinder’s Labels Two Die was used to emboss around the tractor.  Then, leaving the die in place as a mask, a light blue ink was sponged around the outside.

The card will be playing along in Splitcoaststamper’s Thursday Challenge WT483 to use twine or rope.

The other two cards are for my sons.

It’s been crazy times here at home so crafting has had to be put on the back shelf.  But I was finally able to use some “new” stamps, a punch and embossing folder that had yet seen any action.  YEAH!!

Both card designs are entering the:
“Father’s Day” challenge at The Male Room and
“For the Boys” challenge at Papertake Weekly Challenge.

Hope everyone else gets some crafty time, too!

Tractor Card

Stamps: SU “Harvest Blessings” and “Itty Bitty Backgrounds”; Inkadinkado “95590-MM”

Papers: PTI Vintage Cream and New Leaf

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black, SU Bordering Blue; Copics:

Accessories: We R Memory Keepers Washi Paper; SU Linen Thread; Spellbinders Labels Two Die

Black and White Cards

Stamps: SU “Banner Blast”; Great Impressions “C322”

Papers: PTI Select White and True Black

Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black

Accessories: SU Banner Punch and “Stripes” Embossing Folder; Spellbinders Labels Two Dies; Decorative Brad

15 Responses to “Father’s Day Set”

  1. Beautiful work, Susan. Great trio of Father’s Day cards. Love the crisp black and white designs for your sons. And the card for your father-in-law is a beauty. Gorgeous coloring and details.

  2. Oh I like all of these Father’s Day cards. They’re giving me a few ideas using some retired sets I have for a couple I need to make still. Thanks.

  3. Great coloring of the tractor, and like the strips and background behind it, gives the feel of a field behind. The pennants under the labels on the other two is a cool touch!

  4. Great cards, how sweet of you to make cards for your Son’s.

  5. Very nice!! I like the layout of the tractor card. My son made a farm-y card for my FIL too. 🙂

  6. Oh, dear… you’ve made three cards and I’ve barely managed one. And three awesome cards they are! I love that old tractor, but I also love the graphic simplicity of the other two. Well done, Susan!

  7. Awesome cards — so very perfect for the men! Thanks for joining in with The Male Room.

  8. Susan, I think all three cards are great but the Tractor Father’s Day card is my favorite! Your watercoloing skills always amaze! I’m sure all the father’s in your life will be delighted with these pretties tomorrow!

  9. Very nice cards. Totally understand when family and life get crazy. Hope things settle down and you get a chance to do some fun stuff soon. TFS!

  10. Super cards…I esp. love the tractor. You can tell I have farmers in my family!

  11. Like the black and white cards especially. Great CAS cards!

  12. As a gal who owns a “I heart JD” t-shirt… I love your tractor card!

  13. Both a great Father’s Day cards! The CAS card is great for dad! Love the tractor, great coloring. Thanks for joining us at The Male Room
    Tina dt

  14. I love the vintage feel to the tractor card and the super CAS cards too. Thanks so much for playing along with The Male Room!

  15. Fabulous design, Susan! Perfect for all of the guys in your life.

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