Friday, March 16, 2012

                   
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Pals Paper Arts #131


Happy Friday! I'm back with another card! While visiting Linda's blog, I also saw this Pals Paper Arts Sketch 131, so thought I'd give it a try too! Super easy and fun sketch! Since I'd made a few Mother's Day cards, thought it was time for a Father's Day card. Masculine cards are always the hardest, right?!


I'm off to the eye doctor's office here shortly. Trying to finish up all those "Spring Break" errands, this is the last one, schwooo! I did get 5 scrapbook pages down last night too, whoo hoo! That's unheard of for me! Usually I agonize for hours over a page, and I just slapped those photos down with no plan and went with it! And you can probably tell by looking! ha! ha!


Enjoy your Friday! Hugs and happy stamping!



Recipe

Stamps: typewriter from Club Scrap (OLD and never been used!)
Cardstock: SU Crumb Cake, Bazzill Wayfarer paper.
Ink: Versamark
Accessories: SU Black Embossing Powder & Heat Tool; Maya Roads ruler; May Arts turquoise ribbon; Authentique Diction stickers; Fiskars pinking shears.

7 comments:

Laura B. said...

Loving' that ruler!

Linda Callahan said...

Absolutely perfect Father's Day card - most dads I know love "Coronas" :)

Dawn Tidd said...

That ruler makes it! Most dads I know "measure up"! :)

veronica said...

love the ruler! great texture.

Tenia Nelson said...

Awesome card dearie!!!! Glad to see you creating again!!! Yay!!!!

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Cute card Angie! Love the Vintage typewriter!

Cindy Major said...

That ruler accent looks super cool!! I can't wait to see those pages... Five in an evening? You were on fire!! Pages take longer, I can barely make five cards in an evening, let alone five pages! Good for you :D