Saturday, June 11, 2011

Father's Day Card

My husband saw my previous card and said "can you make me something like that for my dad for Father's Day" ... since I still had most of the elements out, I was able to whip this card out in under 15 minutes flat. Here's the result ...


Rub-ons:  7 Gypsies
Stamp:  Unity
Film strip:  Tim Holtz
Sentiment:  $1 stamp from Michaels
Papers:  scrap stash


20 comments:

Pam Wendt said...

Thank you for visiting my blog Lillian! Now I am following your blog too :o)

How awesome that you can create such a beautiful card so quickly - and your work is lovely! :o)

Karen McAlpine said...

Hi Lillian! Thanks for dropping by. I love this Father's day card. Love the center piece with trike. Very cool.

Carol Hartery said...

Hi Lillian!
I am here and I am now a follower of your blog. I read a few of your posts and was thoroughly entertained by your writing. Love your cards too. I'll be back again soon. Carol

girlia said...

Great job!

Emily Leiphart said...

I love this fabulous Father's Day card! Thanks for stopping by my blog during The Twinery + PSA Essentials Blog Hop!

Steph said...

What a gorgeous card! I love all the different elements to it. I'm sure your Father in law will love it. Thanks for joining in on the Anything Goes blog hop and good luck with my candy! x

Kristen said...

Don't you just love the little treasures you can find for $1 at the Michael's checkout line?! Love your card - so eclectic and inspiring...I'm going to have to pull out a few of those lesser-used bins and get creating! Oh, and thanks for stopping by my blog. I've enjoyed reading yours too! Love your style. I'll be joining you as well. I'm just getting started with blogging, so I'm excited to learn from all you experts out there. BTW, Where did you get your background and artwork? I love how simple and subdued it is!

TuttleTime said...

Thanks for participating in the What's New Blog Hop and leaving such sweet comments along the way...You are one of the winners from my post!!! :)) I will be emailing you to get your address. Thanks again...I am a new follower.

Kay said...

Hi Lillian,
Your cards are lovely... 15 minutes, huh? Wow! That's great.

Thanks for checking out my blog. I think blogging may be my new "happy place"!
Kay (Mary's cuz)

Regan said...

Hi, Lillian! Thanks for the lovely comment you left on my blog! :) You have fantastic cards here! Love the vintage elements on the Father's Day ones! And the Tim Holtz film strip is wonderful! I don't know how you made such a great card in 15 minutes... Mine never seem to take under an hour, usually longer! Lol Well done!

Terre said...

Hi Lillian, thank you for the wonderful comments on my blog during the Want2Scrap/PSA blog hop. I love the details of your Father's Day card, I love the Unity Stamp too.

Shari said...

What a great vintage card that you have put together in so little time. All of the elements came together beautifully! Thank you for playing with us at Dream Valley Challenges.

Faye said...

What a gorgeous male card. I love all the little details. Thanks so much for playing at Cupcake this week. Good Luck! x

Lesley said...

Great card, I love the vintage feel! Thanks for taking part in the Alphabet Challenge xx

Carole of Brum said...

A really great card, I do love that image. Thanks for joining in with us at Dream Valley Challenges, but be sure to mention us and link back to us, otherwise your card isn't eligible to enter, and it would be a shame as it's a fantastic entry. CoB

bosenberries said...

Thanks so much for playing in Bows and Berries Masuline challenge!! Robin

craftykitten said...

Great card, love all the different elements. Thsnks for sharing with us at OLL this time. Good luck.
hugs
Dawn xx

Anne said...

Fantastic card! Thanks for hopping into OLL to share it with us and hope to see you again soon. Hugs x

Yanitza said...

What a really cute card! It's not easy to make manly cards, but yours turned out wonderfully. I also enjoyed visiting your blog... so many interesting pics and eye candy ;-) Thanks for sharing!

Jen said...

Fabulous card, and love that pop of blue color...I bet he loved it too!