Wednesday, June 5, 2013

FATHER'S DAY BRACKET EASEL CARD

Hi guys! Today I've made a Father's Day card using my Silhouette Cameo, but I give you a Cricut version too! I also used Cardz TV Stamps "Father's Day". Hope you like it!



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Thanks for watching!

Hugs,

24 comments:

  1. Your card is amazing the lighthouse turned out so good gosh you are really, really good at your Cameo it's fun to see what you do with it. I'm glad that you are enjoying it so much. Really do love your choice of papers and colors and the buttons are a cool touch and your stamps are awesome everyone need them just ask me I know!!!

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    1. Thank you for your very kind words, Joan! :)

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  2. Love this card. I wish you were still using your cricut instead of the silhouette, but I try to watch all of your videos. Beautiful card!

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    1. I am still using my Cricut sweetie! Just did several Cricut videos last week! Check them out :)
      Hugs,
      Mary

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  3. I love all of our cards! I could just say all day going through your videos. Adorable card.
    Have a wonderful day,
    Migdalia
    ♥ Crafting With Creative M ♥
    ♥ 2 Creative Chicks ♥
    ♥ Silhouette Challenges ♥

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  4. This card is Fabulous!! Love it!!

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  5. Wow that is really a great card. I received my Silhouette but have not used it yet. I'm trying to rearrange my craft room first. Can't wait to try it out.

    Leslie

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  6. This is awesome Mary!! I'm in my Crafty Room right now crafting away. Been playing with my Cameo. I almost cut this lighthouse. Decided to go with a couple of shaped cards instead!! I so love the papers and colors you used!! I'm still in the learning stages with my Cameo but am in hopes to get better as I go along!!! :)

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  7. I love your card! So excited to get my Cameo working and make a card like this! So cute...love the colors you used!!!

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  8. Fantastic card! Love the papers, the cuts and the sentiments! You make everything work so well together! I think it's great that you give ideas for the cricut when you are using your cameo! I haven't played much with my cameo but you sure make me want to! Thanks for all the inspiration!

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  9. Love the card Mary! I stop by about once a day to see what you are doing and I always feel inspired. I own several Cricut machines and 200+ cartridges but I am considering purchasing a Cameo just so I can have a little bit more freedom. Thanks so much for all the video and great ideas.

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  10. So so cute. I bought the Silouette Cameo but am not able to use it because for the life of me I can't figure it out! I've called a friend and she's coming over to tomorrow. Still love my Cricut <3

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  11. Mary, Mary, Mary... this is awesome! I love that you showed the Silhouette program screen. I love the rocks on the lighthouse. That cut is just awesome! Glad you are enjoying the SU paper! Yeah! Huggies! :) Janis

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  12. Beautiful card, Mary! It was fun to see you use the S. C. I was clueless on how it worked. I can see now why people enjoy their Silouette.

    Martha from Norman, Ok

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  13. Oh this is absolutely gorgeous! I love this Mary! I love lighthouses, and that lighthouse is soooo beautiful! Thank you for sharing the directions for those of us without the cameo =)

    Hugs,
    Jo
    xox

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  14. Love this darling card Mary! The papers are so cute!
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  15. super cute card Mary
    hug lenny

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  16. Mary!!! Wow, this card is so amazing!!! Easel cards are so much fun to make!! I love the fabulous Doodlebug papers you used!! I will definitely need to get me one of those pads!!!

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  17. This card is adorable as is all of your work!

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  18. i really love this card and all easel card they are so much fun to make .i have a question what color did you do the stones at the bottom of the lighthouse

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Thanks so much for your comments. I love hearing from you!