Wednesday, April 16, 2014

For Daddy

Good morning friends.  I wanted to share a fun card with you today.  

What I love about this card is the mismatch of the wood veneer people, or "potty people" as my friend Amy calls them. :)  I imagine this as my husband and my daughter holding hands, giggling and having fun.  The stars are evidence of that!  


The shape is a Top Dog Die Signature Antique Die shape.  The same one I used to make this basket here. (PSST- I am doing a tutorial on this basket tomorrow/thursday this week, come back and check it out!) The paper is from Fancy Pants with a bit of yellow washi along the top.  I stamped the portion of the sentiment from Neat and Tangled and then used my Lawn Fawn die cuts for the letters.  The little stars, which are cut from cork are also Lawn Fawn.  I think the colors, the cork and the smudging around the edge make this a great guy card.  Perfect for Daddy's birthday or Father's Day. 

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9 comments:

~amy~ said...

awwwww...super cute! Love the colors and of course, the potty people:)

Tracey McNeely said...

Katie this is a fantastic card for dad!!

Deepti said...

hahaha potty people is a cool name, I would love to know the history behing this name ;) Love the way u created ur card, its so unique and amazing

wienerhoneymooners said...

LOVE this, wow Katie B, this is one awesome card!!!! And you can post to Paper crafting challenges too if you wish - Masculine theme is still going on!

This is great, love the props too!!!
Potty Peeps, so great!!

Jess said...

So adorable! Love the little wood veneer people!

wienerhoneymooners said...

Welcome, welcome, welcome, so glad to see you at the Paper Crafting Challenge!!! This is just an awesome SWEET card!

cm said...

Oh my, Katie - this is just adorable! Love the veneer father-daughter! Your card is infused with love...fabulous!
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dstandard said...

What a cool take on the sketch! Fabulous card! Thanks for playing at US!

Jaine Drake said...

Oh I love this, it's great. Actually it reminds me of my parents, he's tall and my Mum was a shorty. Thanks for joining us for the challenge at A Sprinkle of Imagination this time.