Thursday, June 16, 2011

Real Man

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What a beautiful day it was today! I enjoyed my day with my grandkids, my daughters, and my hubby too.
So glad it's finally beautiful weather around here.

For today I have a Father's Day card I made for my brother. I am entering it into this weeks challenge at Card Patterns.


You were to use this sketch:

Supplies used: cardstock - white, black, green; patterned paper - Be a Man by Creative Imaginations; Sprockets cut at 1 1/2" and Circle cut at 3" both from Accent Essentials Cricut cartridge; sprocket washers - Home Depot; arm muscle graphic - Microsoft; fonts - Marker Felt and CK Brick House.

Always happy and grateful to hear your comments!!

10 comments:

Crafterkhush said...

This is really nice Esther.. I love the color combo..very masculine.. :-)

Anonymous said...

I always love your cards! My fav is the sharpest knife one. Lol

Mom said...

What a nice way for you to celebrate your brother. It is his good fortune to have this kind message from his sister. I really like the "manly" feeling the card shows. The way you set it up, the colors, and the embellishments that you used make this a great card !

ChatterScene.com said...

How cute! I love it!


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girlia said...

Very nice. I like your interpretation of the sketch.

Vanessa said...

Oh, fun card! Thanks for joining us at Card Patterns!

cklopping said...

A manly man's card for sure! Perfect!!!

Dilsaver Designs said...

I just love those sprockets, you did wonderfully with the sketch. Really great Father's Day card!!

I have an award for you also, if you want to come pick it up :)

Betty Wright said...

Esther, this is tool cool and very manly! Great look and design!

JustYolie said...

Love it! So clever using free clipart, I thought it was a stamp. :)