I made 3 Father's Day cards this year (like always!). I'm triply blessed!
The first one is made from some scrapbook paper that I've had forever. I cut out along the bottom around the race cars and then glued it onto a sheet of green paper
that matched (almost too perfectly, since you can't see where the green front wing of the
race car ends and the background paper begins) the color of one of the race cars. The c
ard is 9.5" x 4" to fit in a regular legal sized envelope. Walmart has them in such nice colors! I then cut a mat out of the same green that was wider than the sentiment so that it mimicked the card being wider than the white paper.
Stamp: Thinking of Father from SU!
Cardstock: AC Cardstock, primaries
Ink: SU's Basic Black
The second card utilizes an image I've had for a couple of years. I really liked the image and so
The last card was an easy card, nice and simple. At the Arlington convention this month, I bought some paper from Scrapbookers Painted Page. One of the papers I bought was of a sea plane on a lake. My step-father likes planes and I thought this would make a great card for him. I used a whole