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iStencil Father's Day Card

Hi Everyone,

 I finally had time to play with my iStencil supplies again - I promised you to do more with that fabulous stripe stencil, that has to be the most versatile ever. I made a prior card with it, you can see it HERE



You can create beautiful ombre papers with it and it it super easy!

6x6 PTP-072 stripes stencil image



Linking up with:

Colour me....! - see below
The Friday Mashup - Father's Day
Bloggers - For the Guys
Lil' Inkers - monthly meet-up
Words 2 Scrap - It's a Man's world
Crazy 4 Challenges - masculine

   

Comments

conil said…
What amazing color with that ombre background it is gorgeous.
Kim M said…
This is awesome, Cornelia! Great use of that stencil. My stencils are currently waiting for me at our mailbox in Maine. It was way cheaper to mail there than here in Canada. We are planning a day trip there in July sometime. Can't wait to get my stencils! :-)
New Creations said…
Great Dad card!!! Love the striped BG with beautiful Dad cutout, so pretty!
Becca Cruger said…
Oh I love how you did the ombre with that stencil! It looks graphic and super cool!
Anonymous said…
Its such a unique combination of colors and elements on the card, but nothing looks misplaced - they all fit so well together! Love the fade off effect of the stencil - just perfect for a 'Dad' card! :)
xx Ashwini
Suchi said…
This is such a catchy design Cornelia! Love it! :)
Suchi xx
shirley-bee said…
Fabulous ombré stencil work, Cornelia! Love the graphic vibe.
Lena_J said…
Awesome card. Loving the color combo :-)
Sensationell schön ;))))
Ganz liebe Grüße aus dem viel zu kalten und feuchten Deutschland Elisabeth
Julie B said…
Great stencil work Cornelia, you are on a role with the Dad day cards. :)
Angel Johns said…
Oh I just love how you incorporated the colors for a Fathers Day card! Great job! Thanks for joining us at COlour Me!
Vicki Dutcher said…
You seriously rock out using stencils and FD cards! Excellent design and color combo~
This is amazing! I love it! The stencil is just fabulous! XX
Deepti said…
So fun and trendy !
Lisa said…
Very nice Father's Day card!

Thanks for joining us at The Friday Mashup!
papierelle said…
Zwei sehr schöne Karten, toller Effekt mit den Streifen, hier gefällt mir besonders, wie Du die Streifen ausgeblendet hast.
LG Gundi
Anonymous said…
Such a gorgeous card!! I love your stencil technique! :) Julia
Monika Reeck said…
Congrats on your top picks I forgot on welche challenge hehe aber deine Karte is GENIAL
love that stencil made on your card great ombre effect
I love the color combo and your arrangement
cute DAD and that flower or twine DIES
GREAT CARD AND congrats once more my sweet friend
we see us soon on the same (another) challenge blog again yaaay
so happy :)
Kim Heggins said…
Wonderful Father's Day card...love your design with that stencil.
Anita in France said…
Love how those stencilled stripes fade into the sentiment, Cornelia ... just brilliant! Anita :)
Unknown said…
Now that is a creative way to use the resist card stock! LOVE IT :) Thanks so much for sharing your talents with us gals at Colour Me...! this week. We sure hope to see you back tomorrow for another challenge :)
Lindsey said…
Your way of using the strip stencil is awesome! Gorgeous card. Thanks for joining the fun at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!
Chris Dring said…
Love the stenciled ombre stripes on this awesome dude card! Thanks for joining us at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers!
Sybrina K said…
Cornelia, You absolutely rocked this stencil and have made such a fun Dsd card! Thanks so much for joining us at Words 2 Scrap By!
cm said…
Your fade-into-the-sentiment stenciling, the scribbly circle, the funky Dad die cut...yep, an equation of elements that adds up to AWESOME! Love this!
Hugs~c
Annie A. said…
Wonderful ombre stripes! I'm going to have to try this! Thanks so much for sharing this stunner with us at W2SB!
Annie A. said…
Love the ombre effect with the stencil...I'm going to try this! Thanks for sharing with us at W2SB!
Donna said…
Fabulous! Love the colours!!
Thanks for joining the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers for our "D is for Dudes" challenge!!

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