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Welcome to another fun blog hop with the CardMaker magazine blog design team!
If you are here from sweet Anya's blog, you are in the right place. If you just happened onto my blog, you will want to head back to the CardMaker blog where it all starts.
We are featuring cards for guys this month. They can be birthday, Father's Day, or any other occasion, as long as they are masculine.
Perfect timing for me! One of the guys my hubby works with, recently retired from John Deere to spend his time farming. My sweet hubby asked me to make him a retirement card with that in mind.
This is what I came up with....
I used some "found" corrugated cardboard for the plowed hills, and used chalk and a hand cut cloud template for the sky.
The John Deere stickers are Heritage logos from Creative Imaginations.
The tractor on the inside is clip art, and the sentiment was computer generated.
The Yellow Gold Organza Ribbon is from Really Reasonable Ribbon.
I added multiple blank pages because Robert passed it around the shop so others could leave a retirement comment and signature too.
Because of the thickness, I also made a coordinating envelope box to keep it in.
Thanks so much for dropping by today. If you liked my card, I would love for you to leave me a comment before you go. BTW...you can leave a comment if you didn't like it too. ;)
Your next stop on the hop is the super talented Michelle Woerner's blog. I am sure she has something amazing to share with you! :)