A quick Father’s Day Card and a chance to win ProMarkers!

I hope you are having a lovely Saturday! Guess what? Tomorrow is Father’s Day and when I saw this image for free on the Letraset Blog I knew I needed to make this card:

 

Letraset is having a coloring contest and all you have to do is download one (or both) of the free images on their blog, color it and email a photo of it to them (or link to it the comment section of the blog) and you are entered to win! The contest goes til the end of the month and the winner gets a 12 set of promarkers and 4 coloring books, I think there is runner up marker prizes too so go ahead and try for some markers! You can read all about it on the Letraset Blog!

BTW I colored my image with the Vivid Promarker blending set with the addition of cool grey4, black and pastel blue;)

This card qualifies for the following challenges: Fashionista Friday, Glitter Geeks , Inspire Me Fridays, Just Add Ink, Mami Doodles, Poodles Parlour , Wags ‘n Whiskers, Craft Us Crazy, Crafty Sentiments, Delightful Challenges, Samuel Taylor’s Challenge, Shelly’s Images, Little Red Wagon, Paper Take Weekly, The Stamping Boutique, Cupcake Craft, Incy Wincy Designs, Ooh La La Creations, Simon Says Stamp and Show…, Squigglefly, Stamp-N-Doodle, Creative Inspirations, Dream Valley Challenges and Sentimental Sundays

Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

26 thoughts on “A quick Father’s Day Card and a chance to win ProMarkers!

  1. OH my Dad would LOVE a Capri on his card lol. It looks fab!! Very masculine looking.
    Thanks for joining us at Glitter Geeks and Good luck
    Steph xxx

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  2. I wanted to download the nifty car for my car loving hubbie. But, even at 30% I could not get the car or skate to size for my cards. I don’t know how you did it but your card is great.

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    1. Hi Louise, I right clicked on the image and chose “save as” then I opened it in Paint Shop Pro and resized it to fit a couple on a page but you know what, I have an easy tutorial on printing digital images right from MS word or the free open office. Here is a link to the Digistamping for Dummies tutorial 9and no, I do not think you are a dummy) https://thefrugalcrafter.wordpress.com/2011/01/22/digistamping-for-dummies/
      good luck!

      also you can click on the image, click “file” and then “print preview” and resize and print it without downloading but you can only print one image on a page:)

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  3. Great cardLindsay 🙂 Perfect for this weeks challenge. Thanks for joining us at cupcakes this week and good luck x

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  4. This is a great card. Love the image & embossing folder.

    Thanks for joining us this week @ Delightful Challenges & Good Luck x

    hugs sally x
    sallysbitz.blogspot.com

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  5. Gorgeous card and love all the metalic effect!
    thank you for joining us at Delightful challenges this week, goodluck in the draw
    Zahreen
    xxx

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  6. Great card. My DH used to have a Capri – might have to pop over and pick this little gem up myself. Thsnks for sharing with us at OLL this time. Good luck.
    hugs
    Dawn xx

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  7. This is fantastic! I actually remember cars like that on the road – LOL! Love that diamond plate embossing and the bolt brads are terrific! Super job on the distressing. So glad you joined in our distressing challenge over at Simon Says Stamp and Show this week.

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  8. What a fabulous card! I love the sentiment, and it goes so well with the car. Just perfect.

    Thanks for playing with us at Stamp-n-Doodle. I hope to see you again next week!

    xx Star

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