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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Framed Father's Day & Watercolor Card

Not sure if this is the first time using this Simon Says Stamp Fathers Day die. Used black & white watercolor to make gray on a piece of white cardstock, used heat tool to dry, stamped Hero Arts tool stamp twice (once on inside of card & again on watercolored piece of cardstock), fussy cut out the watercolor part of tool and place over the image stamped inside the card.


























    Supplies List 

ink: VersaFine Onyx Black
paper:   cardstock - blue   textured blue w/ cream dots pattern paper
Simon Says Stamp: die - Full Card Dad
stamp: Hero Arts CL335 - sentiment & tool
Tim Holtz: paper - cardstock - blue   tool - sander
tool:  MISTI
watercolors: Artist's Loft - black & white to make gray- for tool

Entering this into the following challenges:


5/14   Simon Says Stamp Mon Its A Frame Up   5E(#2)   5/8 

5/15    Mod Squad   #341 Let's Color     3E(#)   5/9   watercolor used on inside tool

5/16   Simon Says Stamp Wed   Going Dotty      5E(#1)   5/10   dot texture paper added to inside

5/30   A Blog Named Hero Ch Watercoloring     combtot5Ch   5E(#4)   5/1
   watercolors - black & white to make gray and green - for tree

5/30   Crafty Hazelnuts Patterned Paper May 2017 Ch   UE  5/1

4 comments:

  1. This turned out very nicely - I like the TOOL inside and sentiment - nice die cutting on the front as well - have a blessed week

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  2. Nice Father Day card, my dad could fix anything too. Miss him. I think that you were very creative by coloring your card stock and then cutting it out, but it does not fit my challenge. I was hoping to see your talent in coloring an image. Please try again. Thanks for joining us this week, at the Mod Squad Challenge.
    Barbara DT Member

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  3. Cute and elegant masculine card, I love the colors. Thank you for joining Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.

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  4. Fantastic Father's Day card. I like the sentiment and diecut drill on the inside. Thanks for sharing at A Blog Named Hero.

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