ICS Blog Hop Country Livin'

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Hi Stamper's!  Welcome to the monthly Inspire, Create, & Share Blog Hop, this month the theme is Dad's, Grad's, Brides and Babies.  We hope to inspire you with ideas for the upcoming holidays and events!  My card I created for one of my son-in-law's Jeff!  He is a terrifc father and has a great voice so I decided to use the soon to retire Country Livin' stamp set.  My color scheme is Very Vanilla, Basic Black and Wood Textures DSP (also retiring and while supplies last).  I used memento black ink to stamp the images and fussy cut them!  The sentiment is from Itty Bitty Greetings punched with the classic label!

Country Living:
 Wood Textures DSP:

 rustic wood paper stack
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Debbi said...

Such a nice backstory, makes this card even sweeter! Will miss this set and the wood DSP. Thanks for sharing!

Janey said...

This is a gorgeous card!

Cheryl Hamilton said...

Your son in law will love this... especially made for him! Love the way it has that stripe of different paper across the bottom! Very nice.

www.ACrowningCreation.com said...

Great card, Deb! Perfect man card!

Stampin with Darla in AZ said...

What a great layout!

Lisa Kmiec said...

Love this card Deb!

Shirley said...

Great design!

Audra Monk, The Crafty Yogi said...

Great card Deb! I sure will miss that woodgrain DSP.

Scrap Happens Here with Darla said...

There's so much to love about this card! The dsp, the stamp set...the layout! I love it and so will you SIL!

Terri said...

Love this card Deb and the layout is perfect!

Tricia Butts said...

Wonderful masculine card design. I love the way the woodgrain background makes the stamped images stand out :)

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