Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Father's Day Lighthouse

Hello! Just a quick post today to share this Father's day card that I made. Hope your having a wonderful day, thanks for stoping by!

 ~ Challenges ~
Alphabet Challenge ~ F is for Father's Day
Sweet 'n Sassy Digi Challenge ~ Father's Day
Crazy 4 Challenges ~ Masculine
Speedy the Cat's Friends challenge ~ Father's Day

 ~ Supply List ~
Stamps ~ Sweet n Sassy Stamps, Lighthouse
Paper ~ Burgandy, Black, Kraft Bazzil, White
Ink ~ Black
Accessories ~ Labels 4, Petite Oval, Bangle Bling, SU Oval punches, Twine

12 comments:

Carol (Gingerbeary8) said...

How beautiful. What a pretty image surround by gorgeous diecuts and embellishments. Thank you so much for playing along in Speedy's Friends challenge. It's a pleasure to visit to see what you created for us. Hope to see you next week for another challenge.

Bear Hugs,
Carol :O}

Stephanie said...

Wow, what a fantastic card, thanks for playing with us at SNSDC this week.

Lori said...

Very nice Janice!! You know I love lighthouses, I'm going to have to go visit Korin!

Winnie and Patty said...

What a great Father's Day card! Your coloring is wonderful! Thanks for playing along with us at Speedy the Cat's Friends challenge this week!

Olga said...

fantastic card!!!!!

Stephanie said...

What a beautiful card!! I love how you colored the lighthouse. Thanks for playing along with us at SNSDC.

fls said...

That's a gorgeous lighthouse.

happyglitzygirl said...

This is beautiful, really like this card, very elegant. Thanks so much for playing with us at the Alphabet Challenge, blessings Hilde

merrymstamper said...

Love your lighthouse card! the combination of these dies are awesome! Thanks for joining us at SNSDC :-)

Wendy said...

This is gorgeous! Love the look & feel of being a masculine card! :)

Colleen Dietrich said...

What a handsome card! Love the rich, toned down colors, and the lighthouse image. Thanks for joining Speedy's Friends this week!

Shannah said...

Love this card - great colours and it looks beautiful how you've 'framed' the image.