Monday, June 14, 2010

H2H Challenges for Dad!

For this week's challenge, we are getting scrappy for Dad but not with layouts!! This week we want to see your cards (or other projects) for Father's Day that are made with scraps and/or recycled items. You know you have scraps lying around and other goodies that Dad will think are cool on his card so get creative and play along!

My card incorporates scraps & the latest trend, banners! Banners are everywhere these days & I'm having a blast with them!

Here is my card:
and the inside:

My little guy calls my husband "Pops" not Dad or father. Isn't that cute? With that said I had to make a card that said "POP" & of course use papers that were not girly.  I chose the kit: X7110B, Back Country. "You Rock" is from stamp set: D1346 You Rock & "POP" is Color Ready Alphas X5749 Oxford set. Ric Rac ribbon Z1052. Sunflower brads. All CTMH products.

For additional inspiration using banners, check out the card I made Ethan for his birthday!

I made this using the Splendor kit X7124B & rubons. He loved it!

Off to create more for POPS, have a great week & Happy Father's day! Don't forget to check out the other fabulous creations from the rest of the H2H Design Team!


Angela said...

I love these cards! And I think it's so cute he calls his dad Pops!

Karen Pedersen said...

Love 'em both, my friend!

Tiffanie said...

super cute...add to a bunch of Pop rocks candy! :) from the kiddo' it!

Katy said...

Love them, as usual!!! You're right about pendants being DOUBLE HOT right now...I haven't tried any yet but you might just have inspired me!! Like the "pop" story too :0)

Search This Blog

My Friends

Who is Tracey?

My photo
I live in Maine with my husband and two kids while my oldest is in San Fran attending college. I am happiest with my camera attached to my face or making something crafty with paper. I am going on 9 years as a CTMH consultant, I am a Stamping Royalty Contest Winner and have been published many times in Papercrafts & Stamp It.

  © Free Blogger Templates 'Photoblog II' by 2008

Back to TOP