And, it's always interesting to me how some sketches come so easily and others not so much. Luckily, this was an easy one for me. :)
Card 1: Pop, Poppa, Daddy, Dad
|dp: Moxxie Father; cardstock: Distress Ink core, inked with Distress Ink Vintage Photo|
PSX Creative Characters in Adirondack espresso
Celebrate It! jute twine; pop up dots
Creative Memories square punches
Looking at all of the green and brown paper left in my Distress Ink core pad, looks like I need to make a few more of these masculine cards. :)
Card 2 -- Today's Any Hero Card: Red, White, and Sparkly
|dp & chipboard letters (with baked-in glitter) Bo Bunny Liberty|
cardstock: Bazzill Admiral, Distress Ink core
These chipboard letters are really thick. So, they seemed like the perfect embellishment for an Any Hero card.
Card 3: Hello, Cupcake!
|dp: Imaginisce Hello, Cupcake!; cardstock: Distress Ink core; ivory rickrack|
Cuttlebug ef; cupcakes fussy cut from coordinating 12 by 12 paper
Since there are several April birthdays on our calendar, I made a second one of these for a friend.
Operation Write Home. So, I leave the inside of them blank so troops can write notes to loved ones back home. What a great idea to use these stamps as inside sentiments for cards made for my family and friends. Thanks, Sharon!
As always, thanks for stopping and happy scrappin'! Have a great week!