June 2020 Kre8tors Blog Hop

Welcome to the 2020 Kre8tors Blog Hop! I’m so excited to be part of this fun collaboration with fellow demonstrators. This month’s theme is Masculine. You have just joined me from Dana Sullivan’s post. You are currently visiting Nicole with Sugar and scraps. I can’t wait to show you my project! Being that this hop falls close to Father’s Day, I decided to do a Father’s’s Day card with the Rooted In Nature stamp set and coordinating dies. I have really loved this stamp set and the coordinating dies, and am glad it carried over into the new catalog. I have been able to create so many different projects with just the dies alone.

I used earthy tones, and a basic sentiment on the front. The inside is blank so I can write my own message.

This card is nothing fancy, just sort of plain, but that was what I was aiming for. I do not do masculine cards well, and so this was a challenge for me.

Thanks so much for hopping with me today!
If you saw a product you loved, please be sure to contact your demonstrator to place your order.
If you don’t have a demonstrator, I would love to assist you with your order!

Click on the next button to head over to Jan Musselman’s post or click through the links underneath.

Melissa Tennison (USA) Libby Fens Sandra Roberts (UK) Jacqui Lawrence (UK) Laura Mackie (UK) Anastasia Radloff Jo Blackman (UK) Cheryl Taylor (UK) Sue Allen – Australia Kristie Wilson Susan Simpson Kirsteen Gill (USA) Su Mohr Ann Krucek – Corner of Plaid and Paisley Rochelle Laird-Smith (Australia) Cheryl Hamilton Dana Sullivan Nicole Mahler Jan Musselman – USA Angie McKenzie – USA Tricia Butts Rebecca-Jo Unwin- Australia

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