Monday, September 28, 2015

70th Birthday!

Good morning! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend!
Yesterday we celebrated my dad's 70th birthday!

I created as manly of a card as I possibly could! Masculine is not my strong suit! ;) I feel lost without ribbon and glitter! LOL!
I used a Lawn Fawn number die with water color paper and while the die was in place sponged Tim Holtz inks on top of it.  I splashed water on it to get the cool pooling effect.
Created by Michele Kovack
 The numbers 7 and 0 were given a coating of black enamel as well as the birthday sentiment from Spellbinders.  I added a piece of acetate behind the panel, some foam tape from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L, and a generous helping of sequins to create the shaker element. 
Created by Michele Kovack
I took a few pics from yesterday.....and this one of my dad and Cort is my favorite!

My sister, dad, and I.

My dad with the four grandchildren.

I am off to work!
Thank you for stopping by!

5 comments:

Анна Соловьянова said...

Работа замечательная!!! И вы все замечательные!!! браво мастеру! А улыбки любимых бесценны ;))

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Beautiful Card!! Happy Birthday to your dad. Thanks for stopping by and your kind comment.
Have a wonderful season! cm

Conniecrafter said...

Love this idea to highlight the years old the person is, so neat you made a shaker out of it too! Looks like a great day of celebrating!

Susanne Vargas said...

What a fabulous card for your Dad! Bet he loved it! Great pictures!

Leslie Miller said...

You and your dad and Cortney all have the same smile. What great pics! I didn't know about black enamel, but it sure looks neat on your card, so I followed your link. So many times I'm following links to Simon Says Stamp. They've got lots of good stuff! Anyway, I love your card. You're so good with the watercolors.