Saturday, June 15, 2013

More Plaid...


Good morning...we have gorgeous weather this weekend...perfect for baseball, lacrosse games, 2 graduations parties and our family cookout tonight! But, before the day gets started I have a Father's Day card to share with you. This card will go to my father-in-law. He is simply amazing.  He is a fabulous role model for us all and we love him with all our heart.

I made this a few weeks ago following the same technique I used for this card. I'll be popping this into the Fusion Card Challenge (and I'll have another one for my hubby for this same challenge!)

Hope you all have a fabulous Saturday!

17 comments:

  1. I love this plaid and it's a really great take on the inspiration - same feel as those ties!

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  2. good morning dear friend! You know I'm loving the green and the way the plaid is popped up...fabulous dimension :) Hi to the whole family! ox

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  3. Your plaid is simply amazing! What a fantastic take on this week's Fusion. Sounds like a fun filled weekend, I hope you soak up every moment of it!

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  4. Holy awesome plaid stamping!!!

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  5. Fabulous use of the plaid. L ove the card. Have a great w/e :)

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  6. Awesomw stamping. Love the subtle diamond pattern under neath.

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  7. Perfect stamped work, Lynn!!!
    Have a nice Father's Day

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  8. Now I feel inspired for the Fusion challenge... that plaid is fabulous!
    Love the green!

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  9. plaid, I love plaid! This is awesome! Sounds like a super busy day yesterday!!!

    Thanks for playing with us at Fusion!

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  10. More gorgeous plaid, it really does look great in these colours and buttons!! You are sending me subtle reminders to use some!!

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  11. Gorgeous plaid Lynn :)
    So glad you joined in the fun experimenting@ FUSION - hope to see you again soon!

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  12. Fabulous plaid stamping! Love how you split the panel and added the buttons to draw the eye to the sentiment.

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