Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Silly Card


My dad was a farmer when I was growing up, and even though he hasn’t farmed in years, he still has it in his blood!  So when I saw this tractor and corn stamp set at a stamp show recently, I knew I had to get it!  I made a very simple Father’s Day card because layers and doodads would not impress my dad too much:


I inked the tractor in Real Red, then rubbed off the ink from the wheels and markered them in Basic Black.  After I stamped it, I masked it to stamp the corn in Wild Wasabi. 


The sentiment was computer-generated, and I added some cut-outs from the Cosmo Cricket Garden Variety DP:


I added a Father’s Day sentiment on the inside.  This is also for the Little Red Wagon challenge this week—#85, for Dad!!  Hope he likes it!  Enjoy your day!



jengd said...

That's great! What a riot!

Carol L said...

I don't think you could have made a more perfect card for your dad! I love the DP and stamps! Perfectamundo!

Diane - said...

LeAnn this is too funny. I LOVE humor and especially a play-on-words....
Your Cassity is ADORABLE!!!

Congrats on your previous post (didn't comment but I peeked) for being picked a WINNER in the PPA challenge.... Whoo Hooo..
So fun to get picked!

Joanne said...

Great card and I love how you had the perfect paper to go along with the image and sentiment!

Rosanne said...

Fun card and so great for your Dad. Thanks for linking it up at Little Red Wagon.

laurie said...

What an awesome card. I love it! Cute little girl!

Linda said...

This is adorable! I love the tractor! And like always a very pretty little lady.
I am in Michigan City, In on my way to Delhi NY. ROAD Trip with a friend to get her granddaughter.

ChristineCreations said...

So cute...and fun...I just love those papers!

Rosemary said...

Wonderful card

linedancer said...

Love all your cards, this father's day one is great!!! Love the baby pics too, I have a 22 month old granddaughter Isla that is so fun to be with too. She'd be right there turning the play mat upsidedown too. They sure are a blessing and joy!