Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Timeless

Hi everyone! I hope you all are having a great week so far. I have another card to share with you today. It's my Dad's Fathers Day card. I know it's early but I was challenged to make a Fathers Day card. And this is what I came up with. :)





Lot's of distressed goodies on this one. It's actually very heavy. I may just hand deliver this one. I am lucky enough to live close to my family so no problem there.

Our weather has been a bit chilly lately. Really ready for some warmth and to feel the heat of the sun! Summer should be here soon. And I am soooo ready!

One more week left until I announce the winner of my $100.00 gift certificate!! I can't wait. How fun! Good luck to everyone! Thanks for popping in today.

Supply List
Cardstock, Tag, Small Clothes Pin: Stampin Up!; Patterned Paper, Bicycle, Playing card, Clock: Graphic 45; Buttons: Maya Road; Twine: Papertrey Ink; Clock Hands, Metal Frame, Metal Corner: Tim Holtz; Other: Acrylic Paint

32 comments:

  1. ohhh..love your card!! so nice!! i like to do cards early ..i hate waiting until the last minute and then trying to come up with a card. it's been cool here too..80's back home in Missouri..no fair! lol

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    1. Oh what I would do to have 80 degree weather! Thanks for the wonderful comment on my card.

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  2. FABULOUS CARD , kristin you are making the most fantastic cards lately , wonderful work well done Hugs Elaine

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    1. Hi Elaine, thanks! Your words mean allot to me :)

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  3. Kristen...such an awesome card! Hugs! Leah Ann

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  4. Absolutely stunning Kristin! I have not even started thinking about Father's Day yet! Not even Mother's Day... think I am in trouble :) Thanks for sharing this gorgeous creation!

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    1. Hi Becky, you know it's funny I don't have a thing for Mother's day myself... haven't even thought about it. Ha! Thanks for your sweet comment.

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  5. Great card with lots of detail - I love it

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    1. Hi Glennis, thank you. I love putting allot of detail in a small space.

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  6. Wonderful Card Kristin, I always love looking at your cards. I always love the details you put into them. joann sassy raggedy

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    1. Thank you Joann! :) Hope you have a great day!

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  7. Your cards are very unique and different. Love them and would love to win your giveaway.

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    1. I can not wait to announce a winner for my give a way! Good Luck!

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  8. This is really, really cool...I loved the distressed look...and I was just on Pinterest yesterday trying to find a good "guy" design for a card, as I am just not good at making guy cards.....hubbys birthday is May 3rd....and why didn't I think of a distressed card for him,...thanks for the inspiration!!

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    1. Guy cards are difficult. Because there aren't allot of paper lines dedicated to men. Glad I could be of inspiration thanks Diane.

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  9. Your collage card is stunning! Such a wonderful masculine card!
    Carolyn
    http://cccscraproom.blogspot.com

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  10. Wow, if I was your dad I would be so happy to receive your card!! Love all the goodies on there. The more distress, the better I say:) Love it! Your props are super! Have a super day Kristin:)
    Bev

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  11. Thanks Bev for the sweet comment :) I hope you have a super day too!

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  12. Wow! Amazing! Great composition!

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  13. Hi Emily, thanks so much for stopping by and for taking the time to leave such a sweet comment. I really appreciate it :)

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  14. Your dad has gotta love this! It's very masculine...which seems to be hard for us scrappers sometimes. And I love all of the distressing.

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  15. Thanks so much Renee. I think he will love it too :)

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  16. OMG what a gorgeous card! I love that your style is wrapped up in this, but it still got a masculine flair to it. Awesome job!!

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    1. Thanks Jessi! I can't wait to give it to him :)

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  17. Holy Hardware, Batman! This is distressing heaven! Love all of the goodies on this! The buttons on the bicycle are fantastic!

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    1. Heehee Margaret you crack me up! Thank you so much!

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