Monday, 21 June 2010

Father's Day!!

I thought I would show you my Gifts I made my Dad for Father's Day.... He loves the little gift bags I always make,I made a couple, My fave one is the Man Bag, The lovely Carol a fellow Stampin up Demo has kindly shared a great tutorial to make this HERE..... Thanks Carol Dad loved it!! Carol has a few fabulous Class Tutorials for sale do Pop over and Check them out

I have used the fabulous To the Nines desinger papers from Stampin up, Superb quality patterned papers which are textured and more like cardstock, and using the soon to be retired Shadow Sage cardstock and ink pad! Oh my what a shame this colour is going so great for mens creations for sure!

I also used the Circle Circus stamp set again for the next creations, I just love it, the Sentiment on the card and Box in a Bag set(Tutorail from Splitcoast Stampers) is from the Occasional Greetings Set, I used Marker pens to ink this up as I wanted a two tone effect!!
All item used are from Stampin Up

6 comments:

  1. This is stunning Kim, I love these papers, I made a stationery box using them with matching cards. I agree, it's such a shame some of the colours are retiring, every single man card I've made this year has had To the Nines cardstock and Sage Shadow on it!!
    Hope you are well?
    See ya soon.
    Justine x

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  2. So beautiful Kim.

    Hugs Riet.xx

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  3. Ohhhhhh yum yum! I love all three, I bet you had one happy Daddy!

    Z x

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  4. Ohhhhhh yum yum! I love all three, I bet you had one happy Daddy!

    Z x

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  5. The man bag is fab Kim...so glad you could make use of the tutorial :)
    I've got some more ideas buzzing round in this old head, so there maybe some more soon!

    Carol xxx

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  6. Oooh, lovely subtle colour scheme, Kim! And those boxes are amazing.. your Dad's a lucky man! My offering arrived a day late (why no post on a Sunday?!) but I think he's forgiven me.. just!

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