Saturday, June 13, 2015

Cricut Art Deco Father's Day fast Card!

I always think masculine cards are so difficult to design. But the Cricut Art Deco cartridge had the cutest car on it and I knew it would be perfect!

There are so many fantastic masculine images, including trains, buses, airplanes and another retro car.  I also LOVE the Art Deco font!  I grew up in Miami and we had a whole Art Deco area on Miami Beach.  And who could forget Crockett and Tubbs from Miami Vice?


 The Art Deco 5x7 Cuttlebug folder was used for the background.
 As you can see above, the car and "dad" were pop dotted off the front of the card.

The car is cut at 3-1/4" and the "Dad" is cut at just around 1".

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6 comments:

  1. Like the vintage car looking card. I grew up E coast FL near Cape Canaveral;. Use to watch Miami Vice.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  2. Love your card!!! Wonderful car! Gotta check out that cartridge. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. That's a great card Joy! Love it.

    Leslie

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  4. What an awesome card Joy I love that car and the embossing folder you used...You truly made one super outstanding card...I so love this cartridge too. Girl YOU ROCK!!

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  5. I went out and bought the Cartridge Art Deco, now I'm going to do that card not sure if I have the embossing folder, is it one of your Obsessed with Scrappingbooking? I would like to make the card for Allen and Clair for Father's Day

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