I have so many men for whom I make cards. Some of the icons in this collection have a very hipster vibe to them. I really love how this layout turned out and how versatile this collection is. I love when there are fun foil accents included in the paper collections. For Father's Day, the retirement home will need 40 cards. For all the other sketches, I simply figure the measurements out on my own, for what works for me.
I make cards for a local retirement home and include uplifting messages inside each one. You are very inspiring and I so appreciate the time you take to create and share the cards and videos. You continue to amaze me with your talents, Kristie! I really like the deep gray color in the Charcoal cardstock. This little quirk of mine lead to me creating my 6x6 Paper Pad Tutorial. Kristie, I saved watching this video until today when I could be away at our cabin in the mountains. I bought it several years ago at a Creating Keepsakes Convention so I'm not sure if it's even available anymore.
I found the Hey Mister collection from My Mind's Eye and knew it would be perfect. For those of you who know me, you know I have three grown sons who still make it onto my scrapbook projects, along with my husband. However, as usual, you manage to make me think outside myself and see the beauty of your creative process. Below are links to some of the products used in this post. I just try to enjoy the time I have with her and not worry about the declining years. I hope more paper companies start using them. Go to see my video explaining how I determine card sketch measurements.
I also enjoy scrapbooking, especially doing a picture-a-day in my Project Life album. This collection comes with 3×4 pocket page cards, which I found to be perfect to use as the backgrounds for the cards. Thank you for giving me hope - that our hearts will heal, that I'll have my father for more time and that my husband will get to be a father before next year rolls around. It's completely understandable why Father's Day is hard for you and your husband. You are an angel to many, me included. I love the mix of colours in this collection along with the added copper foil accents both in the papers and the embellishments.
Can you believe we are at the end of another week? I hope you have a beautiful day! Here are close up pictures of the cards I made, including sketches and measurements. But I'm really happy with how the cards turned out. I especially love the shimmery copper paper you used judicially on a few cards. Thanks for checking out my reveal post this week. Lots of emotions on my side.
I will do my best to provide cardstock names and sources. Well, this collection fits that bill! I drop off around 30 cards every month and more for specific holidays so that every resident will receive a card. And those bulldogs really made me smile! It will be helpful when shopping for future projects. I appreciate your viewing my blog and the support you provide. My own mother's health has declined rapidly over the past couple years. . I like the coppery accents and the graphic designs.
Even though I used a little bit of black cardstock, I really liked the charcoal color for most of the cards. You have done a delightful job of making cards from it, however, and I may have to consider getting it for my masculine cards. Project One: Sharp Dressed Man I took this photo for a portraiture assignment for a photography class I was in. I love how everything in this collection came together to showcase the photo. I pray you both have reasons to celebrate this next chapter in your lives. Were you able to get any playtime? I had the hardest time finding coordinating cardstock though. I shared how I made my dimensional title using my silhouette.
All cards are made using My Mind's Eye Hey Mister 6x6 paper pad. I can imagine the mixed emotions you are both feeling. Project Three: Hey Dude I often find that masculine collections are either too young, or way too old to use for my boys. These are affiliate links that will help me offset the costs of creating these cards. In my spare time, I make handmade cards. Was wondering what the embossing folder that looked like little dots or bubbles might be.