Monday, January 19, 2009

Fathers Day Card

Hey Folks!! Happy Monday to you! The busy day at work ended very nicely when hubby had soup and grilled cheese ready for me when I got home which was a perfect meal for a chilly evening. Ah, sometimes he is just the BEST! Today I wanted to share a Fathers Day card I made using PTI card stock and Father Knows Best patterned paper. I stamped the image from The Angel Company in Ranger Archivers Ink in Sepia. I trimmed the edge of the paper with Fiskars pinking shears. I embossed the sentiment in CTMH gold ep. The sentiment is PTI Father Knows Best. The little stars are KI Memories color lab. Sorry the pic is not so great. I took this pic BEFORE I got the new camera for Christmas. Well, got some things to do hope to see you tomorrow. THANK YOU for coming by today!
Cheers!
*Julie*

11 comments:

Jackie (Sweetest Girls) said...

Your card looks great!

Gina said...

Cute, Julie! this looks great!

My hubby picked up dinner and had it when I got home, almost as good as cooked food!

Karolyn Loncon said...

OMGosh! My DH would LOVE this image - I love how you sponged the edge of your Nestie. That has a wonderful highlighting effect that just rocks this whole card!!

RoseOhio said...

Really like your card! Your husband sounds awesome! Very thoughtful! You are lucky!

Rose

Felicia said...

Hi Julie
Great Father's Day card!

Teresa Kline aka va.sunshine said...

I luv this, fabulous Fathers Day card! *~*

LaToya said...

Great Father's Day card. I like how the car just stands out on the card. I've been trying to come up with a masculine get well card. I think you may have given me some inspiration.

Leigh said...

Julie, I like this card. Great job.

Janet Bagnall said...

This is a great father's day card. I love how you used different aspects and they work so well together. My husband surprises me with the small things as well and it just brightens my whole day - glad your DH did the same.

Scrubbysue said...

What a wonderful card! and really has a nice, masculine feel to it. TFS!

Maria said...

wow! great masculine card. fathers day is everyday!