Today we have two great images from a Popular Mechanics magazine from the 1920's in honor of Father's Day in the USA on June 20. Check back later in the week as I wll be posting a few more images in honor of Father's Day. This week's guest designer is Suzanne. I just love the design of the card she has created. All the folds make a surprise at each turn. Her sentiment is one of my favorites as I always like to think I take the road less travelled,
Here is her bio and description of her card in her own words. "My name is Suzanne Kleczar and I live in a small east coast village in NSW Australia, with my hubby, beloved dogs and a variety of birds and am a full time Administration Manager. I have been crafting all my life it seems, but discovered scrapbooking about 6 years ago, then in July 2009 I discovered stamping and cardmaking and a love affair began. I am totally addicted to stamping, cardmaking, off the page items and altered items, just can't get enough. My love lies with vintage style.
You can see more of Suzanne's beautiful art work on her blog at http://www.justlovestamping.blogspot.com/ .
Thank you for these digi's. I love all the Recepie one's also.ReplyDelete
Wow, that card is fantastic. What a great idea to offer us Father's Day images!ReplyDelete
My husband rides a Harley, so that image is going to come in handy! Thank you.ReplyDelete
OMG!!! I have been missing a lot of beautiful things here. I was kind of busy, those last 2 weeks, the reciepe book and the images are picture perfect. Nice image for father's day also. Suzanne your card is absolutly fabulous.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous images!!! Thanks for sharing these freely!!ReplyDelete
This was a fun image to work with. It made me think of my son and his interest in motorcycles.ReplyDelete
Should have posted this when I made it, but here is my Father's Day card with the Harley image. Sorry for the lame pun. Sadder still is that my card was late!! 10 points off my score!!ReplyDelete
Wanted to share a card I made with the motorcycle image:ReplyDelete