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Raegan 04-26-2005 10:06 AM

Fathers Day stamps, dad birthday stamps
 
Just wondering what stamp sets you use for fathers day, or dad's birthday. I look through the catalog again and again, and nothing seems to grab me. Even looked through the gallery- and I can't find anything I like!

Thanks.

miss 04-26-2005 10:13 AM

Hi,
This is a good question & you haven't gotten a response yet!

I have a father's day swap to do & was wondering what to use. I have Noble Deer & haven't had much success with that except for one card that I cased from here (with a moon from a bleached circle shape in the background- love that card whoever made it!)

I guess a lot of people might use A tree for all seasons but I am wondering what to use too!!!!

Joelyn 04-26-2005 10:18 AM

Coast to Coast is a great stamp set for Father's Day and a mans Birthday!

Josephine 04-26-2005 10:21 AM

I just used the On the Beach set to make Father's Day cards. They turned out great. Used the card at a stamp-a-stack this weekend. It was a hit!

StampinOma 04-26-2005 11:38 AM

Here's the link to my Father's Day card that I made for DS (age 10) to give to DH for Father's Day. I will stamp a Father's Day sentiment inside.

http://gallery.splitcoaststampers.co...cat=500&page=1

Raegan 04-26-2005 11:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by StampinOma
Here's the link to my Father's Day card that I made for DS (age 10) to give to DH for Father's Day. I will stamp a Father's Day sentiment inside.

http://gallery.splitcoaststampers.co...cat=500&page=1

what a great job- thanks!

Raegan 09-28-2005 05:25 AM

New stamps for fathers day, or dad's birthday
 
Anyone fond of any NEW stamp sets that came our for a masculine card?

momsquiltn 09-28-2005 05:44 AM

Masuline cards in general are kind of make you think cards. I have several in my gallery. I have a non SU rollagraph wheel that has sailboats on it and have done about 3 similar yet different cards. Colors for cardstock make a huge difference. I like the old olive with the navy and the brilliant blue. They really pop together. I have also used stippled stencils block stamp to create backgrounds on cards then added simple package hand happy birthday (you could sub happy father's day.) Also pinecones are great. I helped my daughter make a card for her dad's birthday with black cs, a large pinecone stamped and embossed then a second layer with a center torn out to show the pinecone. Add some wire and beads. It was a neat card and she picked the colors.
What about frogs or dragonflies? Done in the right colors they are masculine too. And leaves are always a good choice.
http://gallery.splitcoaststampers.co...0&ppuser=41307
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I hope that helps some. The Happy Father's Day stamp I used was non Su picked up out of a clearance basket, but it works!! Maybe this will give you a few ideas. My aunt has inspired me to work harder at "guy" cards as she's on a fixed income and has really been frustrated by what the cardstores have to offer. Fishing, golf and not much else.
Have a great day!!

sassyat30 09-28-2005 07:21 AM

I use Noble Deer, Coast to Coast and some other non SU stamps I have. You could also use Lovely as a Tree or something similar.


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