Friday, June 17, 2011

CS Father's Day Blog Hop

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Father's Day, a holiday which honors fathers worldwide, is celebrated in the United States on the third Sunday of June. It originated in the United States in 1910, a few years after the country began celebrating Mother’s Day. Father’s Day became an official U.S. holiday in 1972.

If you would like to read some more interesting history about Father's Day then visit this
I found it quite interesting!

You should have arrived here from Cassie (Scrappin Place)'s blog!

 If you missed the beginning of the hop, please go back to the start of the top of the hop at
Chris (Get Inspired With Chatterscene)'s blog to start so you don't miss any of the projects. There is  Blog Candy offered so you want to start at the beginning and read how to participate to win.

This card was made using the Cricut Circle sketch.
It is for my husband from my boys.
Here is the sketch used:

Base of card: Necessities by Nic (hip collection) A2Z
Paper on top: Core Impressions-Cosmo Cricket (Neutrals Collection)
Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Ink-Walnut Stain
Making memories sander
Bazzill Paper
Going Places Cricut Cartridge: Motorcycle
Imagine More: Scallops
Rubons: Fancy Pants
It says, "The bumps in the road just make the ride more fun."
-Jorj Wager
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Thanks for hopping along with us. Remember, if you leave a comment on every designers blog hop post, your name will go into the drawing for the Blog Candy offered by ChatterScene.

Next up on the hop is, Kristen (My Fantabulous Life)'s blog!
Blog Hop Order -- Chris ( Get Inspired With ChatterScene ) -- Kim ( Kimberli's Creations )  -- Cassie ( Scrappin Palace )  -- Jamie ( My Amusing Life ) -- Kristen ( My Fantabulous Life )   -- Michele ( Green Girl Scraps )  -- Brenda ( Happy Scrapper )  -- Roberta ( TX Scrapper Mom )  -- Kelly ( Kbiendesigns )  -- Doreen ( Polka Dot Paper Princess )  -- Renee ( I Came I saw I Created )


Georgiana said...

My hubby was just telling me yesterday that he wants a motorcycle. Not sure I like that idea. Your card is cute.

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jessica said...

I love this sketch and your take on it! Super job!

Josie0602 said...

I love that motorcycle cut from the Father's Day cartridge. It makes great masculine cards!

Brenda said...

Great card and I really like how you adapted the sketch for it!

Christina said...

Love this and your sentiment is perfect. tfs
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Courtney Larson said...

I NEED some masculine carts. Good job! said...

What an awesome card! I love it:)

TY for playing along in the blog hop:)

Diane said...

What a cute card! Thanks for showing how you made it :)

Mrs. Green said...

That motorcycle is a cool cut. I didn't know it was on that cart!

Jessica said...

Love your card. Great inspiration on the Circle Sketch. Thanks for the history lesson, too :O)
Happy to have hopped in and became a new follower!

Kimberli said...

Love reading about the history of Father's Day, thanks for the link! Great card, I love the colors you used! I'm a new follower!

jennyplace2 said...

Such a lovely card, your hubby will love it. TFS!

Kimberly said...

Hey, great card for a's so hard to make them, i wonder why?? Love the embossing as well..TFS!

Lisa R. said...

Fabulous masculine card! Love the sentiment. TFS joy4umetoo at hotmail dot com

TyTynNiyasmom said...

Love this card! My husband use to ride motorcycles. TFS


Sherrie K. said...

Grest job on your card! I love the embossing! Thanks for sharing!!
Sherrie K

Jenny said...

Love the bike card! TFS

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Lisa said...

Your card is so awesome and I love the sentiment! I didn't realize that cute cute is on the Going Places cart! Thanks so much for sharing :)


LoveMusic said...

I love it, and the sentiment is PERFECT!!

-Rachel B.

Miranda said...

Super Cute!

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Kelly said...

Love the card and the sentiment! TFS

Frank-LEE Speaking... said...

Nice manly card. TFS, I'm also a new follower. Smooches... Felicia at & frankleecrafts[at]gmail[dot]com

Kim said...

Love the sentiment, it fit's perfectly with your cool motorcycle:)

PolkaDotPrincess said...

Love the sentiment for the card!

shersl84bed said...

Great guy card.

Smiles Sher

mamawof5 said...

Such a cute card!! I bet your hubby will love it!!

AmyJRockstar said...

I really love the sentiment on your card. It's perfect! TFS!

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BunnyFreak said...

Love the quote you used.

craftaholic said...

Thanks for sharing Jamie!! Love the little verse!!

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elizabeth said...

love the quote

Percilla G said...

Love that sentiment
Like your take on that challenge

Kristen said...

YOu did a wonderful job. Love all the details that you have in your card.

Cricutjunkie said...

Your card is really nice and masculine. Love the sentiment. TFS Traci

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Fun card! I am your newest follower, hope you will stop on by and do the same!

CottageRose said...

Cute card; love the motorcycle!

Barb said...

What a neat sentiment, and it goes perfectly with the motorcycle!

Jamie said...

Love your card! I'm a new follower.


mamawcindy said...

Love your Card and Sentiment. I'm a new follower. :0)
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The Bookin Room said...

Very cute card!!

loving3boys1girl said...

Great card!! I was just looking at that cartridge.


katieo said...

Great bike card. I have seen some fun cards made with this cartridge.

RockinRenee said...

Thanks for the Father's Day tidbits and for sharing a masculine card idea! It's been great hopping with you!

Anniebee said...

This is a great card. It would be perfect for my son or brother-in-law, both of whom ride motorcycles. I was the haul you made from the scrapbook expo in Arlington and sure wish I could have gone now!I'm sure it was awesome.