Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Fathers Day

Hi all. I can't believe it's September. Boy has this year flown by, it will be Christmas before we know it. In fact I am doing a Christmas swap for Monday night so Christmas cards have already been started how scary. Well September also means the start of spring and of course Fathers day, which is this coming Sunday. My DH has very good timing. He arrives home Saturday morning. I can't wait to see him. I have missed him terriby. I have a couple of masculine card to post tonight. Of course I will not be able to use any of these card for DH as he has been checking out my blog while he has been away.



Recipe:
stamp set: loads of love
card/ink: old olive, not quite navy, spring break designer series paper, basic grey, going grey, basic black, watercolour paper, stazon black




Recipe:
stamp set: loads of love
card/ink: old olive, basic black, basic grey, spring break designer series paper, watercolour paper, stazon black, going grey
accessories: slit punch




Recipe:
stamp set: seeing spots
card/ink: night of navy, brilliant blue, gable green, whisper white
accessories: bold bright markers, certainly celery ribbon


Enjoy your evening. Thanks for stopping by.


5 comments:

Carol said...

love the colour ways on your cards - so right for men.
When I read your post I had to stop and think, it feels strange to think of Spring in September as we now head into Autumn (not that there appears to be much difference between any of the months here anymore!)
Looking forward to keeping up with your blog.

Roxy said...

Spring & Father's day in September.......I have to agree with Carol, had to stop and think on that one.

These cards are great! Loving the colors.
Blessings!
Roxy

TeresaW said...

I like the spring green colour that you have chosen.

Sue said...

Welcome to SBS 23! I am a little behind in listing all my sisters, so sorry! Looking forward to getting to browse your blog!

April Hall said...

Beautiful cards! The colors are perfect for men!

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