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3 Father's Day Cards

by Darlene (more by this designer)

Description from Darlene:

These Father's Day cards were made by using scrap vintage paper and Gold Heart Color Me paper. All are 5x7. The vintage plane card uses circles die cuts in graduating sizes alternating suede paper with printed paper then taped off center. The vintage car used the same style but with ovals. The plane and the car are peel off stickers from Starform #1009. The Color Me card is yet another way to use a Valentine themed card for a different look.

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Furbert (posted 3 years 11 months ago) report
Like your designs. Thanks for sharing.
Leigh Ann (posted 3 years 11 months ago) report
Out of curiosity, where did you find that plane sticker? My dad's a private pilot and absolutely loves vintage planes. It would be a huge help if you would be able to steer me in the right direction.
Darlene (posted 3 years 11 months ago) report
Leigh Ann, not sure how to respond to your question, so I hope you come back to read my response. Anyway, I purchased the sticker from my local craft store, but if check on line, look for Starform Peel Off #1009.
Leigh Ann (posted 3 years 11 months ago) report
Thanks so much Darlene.
Diana (posted 3 years 10 months ago) report
Love your cards. Thanks so much for the ideas!
Sandi (posted 3 years 9 months ago) report
These are great... Always looking for masculine card ideas, and my nephew and his dad and mom are all private pilots. Trying to find a US source for those stickers.
Sandi (posted 3 years 9 months ago) report
Sorry, forgot to ask... How did you color the peel-offs? I found them on website but it doesn't say what you can use
Darlene (posted 3 years 7 months ago) report
Sorry to take so long to respond Sandi, been busy making new cards! I used gel pens (listed above) to color in the peel-offs.

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