On all of them I used your basic Card Stock. The first card, I die cut the oval and ran a digi stamp I had online for the center. I then made the 'Happy Father's Day' and fussy cut that out and used pop ups to adhere it to the card.
The second card, I glued the red die cut by Sizzix, and ef those with distressed lines. I then ran a digi stamp of the ship in blue and printed that out. I added a bow out of jute twine. And pasted the Sentiment on pop ups.
The third card, again I used your basic CS from Heritage Pack. The brown CS I ef with distressed lines, and then die cut the oval and stamped on the pine tree and grass, and bird. I used brown and green color pencils on the tree, to make it stand out more. Again the sentiment was poppd up.
This card was made for a challenge with the Tea Potter's group. It called for farm animals and grass. I bought these sweet die cut clouds and sheep from a private seller. Added the diamonds for their eyes. I stamped grass and added small flowers and stamped the cloud with sentiment. The sentiment is from HOTP.
This card I made for my Dad's birthday, which comes in July. I couldn't believe my luck when I found this 1957 Chevy! My parents had a car exactly like this one when I was very little. All these pictures you see here are digis off the Internet, which I printed and fussy cut... I did not have many 'manly' stamps which this challenged called for. I looped twine through the keys which I popped up, and the string on the gas pump I colored with black marker for the hose. My DP paper is from Dolled Up Pack. Light blue and red are PS CS.
The last one I will show you today, is another challenge (Inspiration Challenge). They give you several things to get your inspiration from and then you are to make a card from it. This one was mine. The black birds and tree branches are stamped by Sweet n Sassy stamps. The sentiment is also from Sweet n Sassy stamps. Then the blending of the blue and green is computer generated.
I sure hope this has given you some inspiration of your own. May God keep you safe this week! God bless! Jan
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