Friday, April 19, 2013

The Craft's Meow Blog Hop Day #3


Happy Friday everybody,

Last school day for Term #1 for my children today. They left for school excited about the break. I am also having guests at home. It is going to be interesting and lots of fun:)

Welcome to Day #3 of The Craft's Meow Blog Hop.
 Hope you have arrived from the talented Deborah Nolan's  blog.

the craft's meow.

Today's theme is make a masculine card or a Father's Day card.
Here is my card.


To be honest, I have not made one card for grandpas. I have made for grandmas. I don't know how I missed it. So here is one CAS card with some texture and layered stamping for a grandpa.
Hope you like it:)

I have used Vintage Clocks stamp set for my card.

Vintage Clocks

Your next stop today is to the gorgeous Jennie Harper's Blog.

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Happy hopping!

13 comments:

Larissa Heskett said...

Beautiful card for today!! Thanks for sharing and have a Fabulous Week!! ;)

Karenladd said...

Love how you stamped the clock in shadow ink and then the sentiment over it!

frommycraftroom said...

Great card. Thank you.

Taheerah (*LittleMissT*) said...

Lovely card Gayatri, love the colour combo and the woodgrain card base!!

Tisha Sewell said...

Love that the clock is in the background. Beautiful card!

Caroline Thornton said...

Love the green and white..clean and simple design. Love the delicate image of the clock.

Miriam Prantner said...

Beautiful card, love the woodgrain and the sentiment atop the image.

Mary-Anne V said...

Very nice effect with the soft image behind the sentiment.

Jean Bullock said...

Lovely job on this card.

LindaS said...

I really like the soft stamped clock with te text on. Cool card.

Emily H said...

Wow! So pretty!

Sue D said...

Wonderful--I like how you stamped the sentiment over the clock.

Jean Bullock said...

Love the background paper and the way you made the center panel pop. Great job on this.