Thursday, June 14, 2018

Father's Day Card

Welcome to Glenda's Cards!

Today's post features a Father's Day card. Recently I made cards for the oldest and youngest mothers at my church, so I am making cards for the dads. Card is 4 1/4" wide x 5 1/2" high. I used Recollections cardstock and patterned paper. I think the anchor is a good choice for a masculine card. While working on this card, I was inspired by the hymn "In Times Like These". We all need to be sure our anchor holds and grips the Solid Rock!

Cricut Cartridges:
Creative Holiday Cards - Anchor Card is cut 8.5" wide x 5.5" high from white cardstock.
Anna's Flourish Cards & Embelishments - Perfect Day Sentiment is written on the front of card using the Cricut midnight pen. I cut a 3 3/4" x 3 7/8" piece of the patterned paper for the background of the card. The red circle mat is pop-dotted on the card.
Father's Day Fan Club - Happy Father's Day is cut 3.353" wide x 1.718" high. This is placed inside the card.

Cuttlebug Swiss Dots folder is used on the red circle mat for more dimension.

Inside the card

Hope you like this card! Thanks for your visits and comments!

Challenges:
Always Fun Challenges  - Ch. 62 For a Male/Dad
BBTB2   -   Father's Day
Die Cuttin Divas  - Ch. 373 Masculine or Father's Day
FCCB   -  Ch. 328 Father's Day
Simply Create Too   - Ch. 139 For A Male





9 comments:

  1. We always think of parents as the anchor or rock, nice card to convey those thoughts. You created something unique and thoughtful. thanks for joining our Father's Day Challenge at BBTB2

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  2. So Cute! Thanks for sharing with us at Bitten by the Bug 2.
    Janis
    Pause Dream Enjoy

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  3. I think the anchor is a wonderful icon for so many meanings and it is just perfect for your Father's Day card! Thanks for sharing both cards at Bitten by the Bug 2 this week!

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  4. The embossing on this works so well with the colors and cute anchor. Thanks for joining the masculine challenge this week at Die Cuttin' Divas.

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  5. Oh, awesome card! I love the naval theme and I think that makes a perfect masculine card! How true, about the solid rock! Thanks for joining us at BBTB2.

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  6. I love the sentiment and the meaning behind it! Thanks for sharing at FCCB Challenge this week!

    ~Cynthia, DT

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  7. Prefect card and love that pop of red. Thank you for playing along with us over at Die cuttin' Divas.

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  8. How fabulous! Thanks so much for playing with us at Die Cuttin Divas. Hope to see you again soon :)

    michelle (Die Cuttin Divas DT)
    Purple Monkey Moments

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  9. What a colorful card! Kudos on making these for the dads in your church! Thanks for joining us at Simply Create Too!

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