Monday, June 22, 2015

Father's Day Card to My Dear Hubby

Hope you all had a fabulous weekend celebrating Father's Day!  Some of you may know that my hubby LOVES to fish so of course I had to whip up a fishing card for him.   

I used one of the images from the "Sunny Days" set by Penny Black and the cute little doggie image by Dandelion Designs.  Inked them up with Copics and used some dies ("Puffy Clouds" by Memory Box, palm tree from a Hero Arts set, sun from the "Stitched Sky" set by Mama Elephant, gras hill frm the "Stitched Landscape" set by Poppy Stamps, and waves by Impression Obsession).  Have you ever counted the number of dies you have in your collection?  OMG, I'm afraid to count mine, I might faint.   LOL.  Oh, and the fish is a sticker.

Thanks for stopping by!


Lynn said...

That is a good looking Father's Day card! I refuse to count any of my craft supplies...LOL! Thank goodness dies are thin now and rubber stamps have cling mounts!

Colleen Kwan said...

What an awesome card for your hubby for Father's Day. I am sure that he loved it. He must have a big box with all the special cards that you have made for him.

I think all of us crafters are all in the same boat. We have plenty of craft supplies. LOL! All the money that we spend on our "toys" is much cheaper than therapy, right? :)

cuilliesocks said...

Hello Karen, super card, great fun image and just perfect for a fisherman, hugs Kate x

Mary Marsh said...

this is a great Father's Day card Karen-hope your celebration was a good one-ours was very nice-I had to laugh at your comment about counting the number of dies -I couldn't do it either-I might faint as well (lol)!!

Pat K said...

Fabulous Father's Day card for your hubby Karen. Love the scene you've created...and that dog is so cute. Great sticker too. xx

Leanne said...

This has got to be the coolest Father's Day card! Great scene oh Queen of scenes!! All the details are pretty terrific.

I might faint too if I had to count how many I have! hahaha! We could all open up a shop! hahaha!