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1  PAPER CRAFTS, SCRAPBOOKING & ATCs (ARTIST TRADING CARDS) / Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General / handmade cards (4 pix) on: July 10, 2008 08:22:33 AM
I'm new to Craftster so let me know if I'm doing anything against the rules. Grin

I made some Father's Day cards for my dad, father-in-law, and grandpa. I thought they turned out pretty neat.

I used "Sticko" for the circles (and penned my own letters), "The Paper Store" for both the gold & green textured papers, and then I used "Me & My Big Ideas" for the "dad" letters.

I couldn't find my scissors (I think I left them back up at school-Nacogdoches) so I just tore all the paper.



The next card I put together was for my fiance's 24th birthday. He's doing his masters thesis over Black Bears in East Texas so I thought it'd be fitting to use bears on it... and plus everytime I see that type of sticker set, I want to buy them allllll.  Smiley


Sorry the picture is so dark... our house is really dark and the lighting sucks....
Then for his card, I used The Paper Studio paper, Bear Stickers from Jolee's Boutique, and Birthday stickers by Ellen Kras' Soft Spoken.
Tim (my fiance) actually thought I had made the bear stickers.... I wish, don't I?!! lol

but questions... comments... critiques are always welcome!
Thanks for looking!
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