Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Happy Father's Day Card

I used a rubber stamp from Tim Holtz for this card. The image is colored with pencils. The card is layered with diecuts. The circles and negative space pieces are from Elizabeth Craft Designs. The goat was cut with a diecut from Sizzix. The card is embellished with glossy accents and two buttons.

I would like to enter this card in the following challenges:

Cute Card Thursday - #689 anything goes

Crafter's Castle - #42 Father's Day

Dare 2 Be Artzy - masculine

Chocolate Baroque - hand colored

Dies R Us - dies they sell

The House Stamps Built - J221 masculine

Simon Says Wednesday - masculine

Outlawz Twisted Thurs - anything goes + masculine

Incy Wincy - masculine

Simon Says Monday - mixed media (black ink, colored pencils, glossy accents)

♥ Wendy



Maria Giselle B. said...

Thank you for sharing your creation with us @ Incy Wincy Designs For Men Or Kraft Card/Paper Challenge. Good luck!

Alice (scrAPpamondo) said...

Wow! The background with the white letters plus the diecuts and buttons give a beautiful mixed media feel to your card!
Thanks for joining us at We Love Chocolate Baroque challenge!

brenda said...

This is great fun and just makes you want to smile, thanks so much for joining in with our 'coloured/paper pieced' theme at We Love Chocolate Baroque June challenge.

B x

Crafting with Jeanne said...

Hi, I saw your card on SSS challenge and just wanted to pop over and tell you that I love it!

Shell Shearer Swinscoe said...

Great make, love the image he is fab!

Thank you for sharing with us at 'Incy Wincy' this fortnight
Hugs Shell xx

Heather said...

Very fun! The sentiment is making me laugh! Thanks for playing with The House That Stamps Built.

Mervi said...

Striking and cute card!
Thank you for sharing at We Love Chocolate Baroque Challenge;-))m

The Craft Princess said...

That is an awesome Father's Day card! I love it! Thank you so much for entering our challenge at Crafter's Castle this month....good luck :)
Hugs... Janie
Crafter's Castle