Saturday, May 19, 2012

Speedy Fox & Friends 108 - Father's Day



This week's theme challenge at Speedy Fox & Friends is Father's Day!  So let's celebrate with a fun masculine card!  I used Wild Horses for my card.  This image reminds me of  the best vacation we ever went on.  We flew out to Arizona and spent the week.  At the time our son was 5 years old.  He had lots of energy  so we played a game to help keep him occupied.  We bought post cards at the National Parks we visited.  We then went on a hunt to find the actual sights depicted in the post card.  Our little guy had so much fun, he wouldn't let us leave the parks until we found EVERY scene from every post card purchased!!!!  What an awesome memory!
Now without further ado....here is my Father's Day card.  Don't you just love that lasso?!!

Card Recipe:
                                                       wild horsesWatermark
                                                     Die: SU! Framelits Labels Collection
                                               Embossing Folder: Paper Studio - Woodgrain
                                                                           brads
                                                                           twine

7 comments:

  1. Wonderful scene. Love that background plaid.

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  2. What a neat vacation and a great card. Love the scene.

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  3. Fantastic colors & the lasso is the perfect touch.

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  4. What a great way to celebrate Father's Day with a card that will bring back so many happy memories! Great job coloring this wonderful card! TFS

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  5. Super cute love the colors and all the details!

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  6. Awesome card girl-now I know for sure I want that set-love the twine and brads

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