Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Father’s Day Cards

I just finished reading James Dobson's Bringing Up Girls.   He writes that a daughter's sense of self-worth and confidence is linked directly to her relationship with her dad.  If this is true, then my daughter Molly's going to be one confident lady!   My husband is always complimenting Molly on how pretty sure looks and telling her how smart she is, but more importantly he is always interacting with her.   He is always explaining, always teaching, always entertaining.  

Our design team came up with wonderful ways to celebrate Father's with great cards. Jennifer Holmes has stamped the martini glass from PSA Frenchie here. I love a good series of three!

Our talented design team member Anthonette Chavez, stamped with PSA Rosettas here to create a beautiful pattern on the bottom portion of this card. She colored up the Rosettas and matched it to cardstock. The "Happy Father's Day" in black against the yellow really stands out. I love this card!

This very clean and simple card was done months ago by former design team member, Carly Robertson. The crown is stamped from PSA Cupcake. She's used only half of the outer ring to stamp and create the half-moon of dots. Looks great and is real visual surprise for me.

Let me know what you think of these cards today and if you are interested in reading "Bringing Up Girls" (or maybe you've read it!).  

Supply Spotlight (Stamps only):
  • Happy Father's Day Martini Glass - PSA Cupcake Peel & Stick
  • Happy Father's Day Flowers -  PSA Rosettas Peel & Stick
  • Dad Crown - PSA Cupcake  Peel & Stick


  1. Cute cards...and what a wonderful and handsome hubby! :)

  2. Love them, especially Carly's.

  3. I'll have to check out the book, we have two girls and it sound like a good read. Love Anthonette's card and her sunshine card for the The Twinery | PSA blog hop!

  4. Love them! Nice to see some father's day cards without ties and fish!!

  5. These cards are so precious! Thanks for sharing!!

  6. Sweet cards! Great ideas too!