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>> Saturday, June 10, 2017

Good morning!

How about a couple more retirement cards or change up the sentiment and make them masculine Birthdays or Father's Day.

DRS stamps: New release- As You Retire 181E and Jumping Fish 325L.

I stamped my Jumping Fish scene (with London Gray Memento) and then I used a Spellbinder die to cut the curved square on a diagonal to highlight the fish jumping (what every fisherman loves to see, right?) then colored the background and the main image with Copics. As You Retire was stamped then cut with another Spellbinder die and popped up.

Here is another that can be changed up depending on the sentiment.

This frame was made using Stampendous dies, the fisherman is fussy cut and the sentiment is cut using a long oval die from We Are Memory Keepers/Lifestyle.
I stamped and colored the dock and then popped up the frame and inner frame over it.  I then stamped, colored and fussy cut my fisher guy to pop up on the frame. Then I stamped and die cut the sentiment and done!  
This was a fast and easy card!

Thanks for visiting today!


Sue said...

2 Fantastic cards Robin! Both perfect for any masculine occasion! Love how the bright fish stands out from the background on the first card and how happy the fishing village looks in the bright colors you chose.

Janett Ray said...

Robin both of your cards are perfect love the colors and the stamps that you used together.

nwilliams6 said...

Robin, wonderful cards! Super colors, coloring, and images. I love the way you did the double image on the first and the fish just stands out so well. I love the image combination on the second. So well done, my friend. Hugz

Shelia said...

Beautiful cards, Robin. You colored those fish perfectly!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

These are wonderful, Robin! Love the bright colors & cloudy skies on both. Really super cards!

Karin said...

Wow! I really like the touch of color on the fish card and your coloring on the second is just outstanding! Super job!

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