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Happy Father's Day

I'm sooo in love with the Boardwalk stamps!  I love the little crabs and lobsters. 
These are perfect for some Father's Day cards.
 
Here I used Color Bursts on watercolor paper and let them run down the papers.  I stamped the lobster and added google eye to make it fun.  I double stamped the banner flag, one on blank paper and one on a different Color Burst panel. I cut the sentiment rectangle out of one banner and used dimensional squares to give it lift.  Very simple but one of my favorites!


 
 

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  1. Very sweet summer card, and I love that you popped up the middle section of the banner, Lisa!

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  2. Lisa, Awesome card! The lobster with google eyes is awesome. Thanks for playing along with CYCI. ~Pam, DT

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  3. Very cute card! Love the colors you used and the googly eyes!

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  4. I love the work of the ink and the lobster! Thank you for joining us at CYCI. Audrey

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  5. Hey Lisa. What a fun card. Thanks for joining us at CYCI --Christine

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  6. I love your fun father's day card! Great job! Thanks for joining us at Can You Case It? --Elizabeth Jeanne (Happy Stamper)

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