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Stampin' Up! Stamper's Dozen Blog Hop, June Edition, Celebrating the Men in Our Lives!

Hey there! The Stamper's Dozen Blog Hoppers are celebrating the men in our lives! I have one husband, three sons, three sons-in-law, and five grandsons, so I have lots to celebrate!

 I have the One Wild Ride set, so I decided to make a pair of easel cards; a Father's Day, and a birthday card:


I decided to go "old school": no Big Shot or embossing; just stamping and punches. I fussy-cut the motorcycle after stamping with Basic Black Archival ink on a Silver Foil Sheet. Since we no longer have StazOn ink, using Basic Black on something as non-porous as Silver Foil only requires a bit of heating, mostly blowing, with a Heat Tool to dry. I layered onto Basic Black card stock, then fussy-cut again before adhering with dimensionals.


I used the Classic Label punch on the Teeny Tiny Wishes greeting, and fussy-cut the "Route 66" sign.


I used the Best Badge to create the "easel stop". I added  silver Metallic Enamel Shapes for  a bit of sparkle.


I stamped the inside with One Wild Ride images:


I turned the easel on its' side for the birthday card:


I combined Best Badge and Classic Label punches for the greeting:


I punched the "Route 66" signs with the 3/4" Circle punch and matted with a Basic Black 1" Circle.


Inside I stamped-off a Smoky Slate motorcycle behind a Basic Black Special Celebrations sentiment.


Now it's time to hop on to Judy Garza's blog to see her creation!







 Or hop back to Laura Milligan!


 To order the One Wild Ride set, or anything else Stampin' Up!, use this link to my online store:

Remember while shopping:

All online orders receive a Thank You card.

Every $25 online order (before tax & shipping) using the June Host Code: CVSQFA2W  will receive three pre-cut card kits. (pics coming soon!)

Check out the Clearance Rack while you are there!

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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