Monday, June 9, 2014

Vintage Father's Day

For Kitchen Sink Monday, I have focused again on masculine cards for Father's Day but this time with a vintage feel.  (Post sponsored by Kitchen Sink Stamps).

10 Minute Card

Stamps: Multi Step Father's Pocket Watch and Whole Family by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Recollections White, Stampin' Up Sahara Sand, Smoky Slate, and Basic Black
Inks: Watch - 3 SU Basic Gray, 2 Memento Grey Flannel, 1 SU Sahara Sand
Embossing sponged with SU Going Grey
Sentiment - Versafine Onyx Black
Tools: Oval Nestabilities, Cuttlebug Embossing Folder

10 Minutes and 10 Minutes More

 by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers:  Stampin' Up Naturals Ivory, Close to Cocoa, and Early Espresso
Tim Holtz French Industrial
Inks: Watch and Pen - 3 Memento Espresso Truffle, 2 Memento Toffee Crunch,
1 Memento Desert Sand
Sentiment - Memento Toffee Crunch and Espresso Truffle
Tools: EK Success Banner Punch, Gold Nail Heads (the bright pink is the reflection 
of the shirt I was wearing when I took the photo)

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* Connie * Lisa Maria


  1. What fun vintage designs Lynn, the embossing, images and details are wonderful.

    Hugs Diane

  2. Oh both are just a delight - love the vintage look indeed and you've captured it well! Great use of color, too!

  3. Love them both! You know how much I love vintage inspired cards so I think these are fantastic. The images are fabulous. I work with Crafty Secrets a lot and if you check out their blog site you will find lots of free vintage images there. By the way thanks so much for your kind comments on my Dad's Day cards.

  4. Fantastic cards for Father's Day! Love all the images and the design on that second one is sensational!!

  5. Both of these cards are awesome! I really like the layer colors of the watch, it looks great with your embossed paper! And the 2nd one is such a FAB collage of amazing looking layers! SUPER job!!! Hugs, Joanne

  6. Amazing cards and so life like! Love the details on the second card, really brilliant!

  7. Gosh Lynn, both are great masculine creations. Amazing design and mix of elements on the second!

  8. There is a lovely vintage feel to both your cards Lynn! The second one looks like it has a story. I wonder why men of that era felt they had to look stern?


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