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I just ran across this beautiful sentiment which is a Freebie offered by Ginger’s House and wanted to share it with you. I think this would be perfect to use on cards and scrapbooks, but I can also envision it on a piece of wall art. I’m thinking of using some of Claudine Helmuth’s Sticky Back Canvas along with stamps, inks, paint & embellishments for a wall hanging.

If you enjoy this sentiment as much as I do, hop on over to Ginger’s blog and download this for your next project.  As always, don’t forget to leave a word of thanks for Ginger’s creativity and generosity in offering everyone this free sentiment. Until next time… Have a blessed day!

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I saw a free Father’s Day digital download over at “Just Something I Made” and knew immediately what I wanted to do with the fabulous images from Cathe.  Even though this was a post from a year ago, these images are timeless and very appropriate for cards, bags & tags for this Sunday’s special event, Father’s Day.  The construction of the Father’s Day card is pretty straightforward, I just printed out the images on Kraft cardstock, cut out the part of the collage that I wanted to use, added a few layers, a bow and red heart and the card was exactly how I wanted it.

Making the gift bag was another story.  I wanted to print the images directly on paper from a brown lunch bag.  I never tried that before so it took some trial and error, but after 2 tries I succeeded.   As a side note, I discovered this type of paper is too thin to run through my printer on its own, so I adhered it at the top (where I feed it into the printer) with some removable adhesive (Dotto).  One other noteworthy item, it seems cheap lunch bags drink a lot of ink during this process, so I won’t make a habit of using this type of paper.  After printing I reconstructed a bag (which took a little bit of finessing).  Once that part of the project was complete, the rest came together easily.  I used the same heart punch as on the matching card, but used all 3 of the punchouts this time.  The bottom of the topper was made simply by using my scalloped decorative scissors from Stampin’ Up! which I’ve had in my craft room for years.  A small black button, a dash of DMC embroidery floss, some fussy cutting & layering for the sentiment and the bag was complete.

I still have more than half of the collage images leftover to use again next year or the year after.

Free Digital Download from Cathe Holden at "Just Something I Made"

This was such a fun project to make and I’m anxious to fill the bag with goodies for my special hubby this Sunday.  A special thank to Cathe Holden  for this incredible freebie to honor those special guys in our life, our Dads & hubby’s.

Supply List

Digital Download from Cathe Holden
Kraft, Real Red & Basic Black cardstock from Stampin’ Up!
Red & Black checked ribbon from The Ribbon Boutique
Button from JoAnn’s
DMC Embroidery Floss
Uhu Glue Stick
Zots
Bow Easy
Quickie Glue Pen from Sakura
3 Hearts paper punch from Tonic Studios

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For someone like me who was very reluctant to use digital stamps, I am now a huge fan. This card uses a combination of rubber stamps & digital stamps. I enjoy vintage clipart, so using a vintage digital stamp is the best of both worlds. I love the little boy in vintage attire playing baseball. The free digital stamp is from Digital Two For Tuesday. The circle stamp “4 today” is a free digital stamp from Bird’s Cards.

Other supplies used:

Prismacolor Pencil
Gamsol
Baseball & Bat image from Stampin’ Up!
Paper & ribbon from Stampin’ Up!

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