Thanks Dad

Sunday, April 7, 2013

Hi Friends! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. I'm just getting home from a weekend filled with Copics! I was finally able to take the Copic Certification classes, and it was awesome!!! I highly recommend the class if it comes anywhere near your area. I'm still trying to process everything I learned, but I am eager to get my markers out and practice, practice, practice. Right now, though, I have to wait. I've just gotten home from my weekend excursion and now it's time for church, so, quickly, here's a card I made before I left for the weekend.

Here's a look at the inside.

Thanks for stopping by, and have a great week!

I'll be entering this card in the following challenges:

Stamps: Lucky Guy, Best Mom, Banner (Studio G); Distressing (Glitz)
Paper: So Sophie (My Mind's Eye)
Ink: Colorbox; Memento; Distress
Dies: Classic Scalloped Ovals Lg (Spellbinders); Die-namics Sunflower (MFT Stamps)
Accessories: Dashes Embossing Plate (Sizzix); ribbon; pearls; Pearl Pen; sewing thread
Size: A2 (4.25" x 5.5")
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Cheryl said...

Wow Cheryl, I love it! Great job combing this week's Mojo with the Color Throwdown...what a great Father's Day card! Can't wait to see your creations made with your new copic's training!

Maria said...

Fabulous Father's Day card! Love the design and perfect colors! How awesome to get away to a copics class! I would love to do that some day! I'm looking forward to seeing your future projects with what you learned! Take care, hugs!

Shelby said...

Glad you had a great time at your class and can't wait to see the awesomeness you create! Wonderful Father's Day card and it is so perfectly masculine!


Anna-Karin said...

Great father's day card! The stitching is perfect. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp and Show!

Leslie Miller said...

I love your card! Gorgeous rich colors! I missed our local Copic certification class, woe is me. It would have been a lot of fun. Filled up before I even heard of it.