Saturday, June 18, 2016

Ode to Dad for Week 3 and Winnie & Walter

It's Father's Day tomorrow ... what better way to celebrate than with a few fun Winnie & Walter goodies, in a fun - perhaps unconventional? - and happy way!!! 

Here's a tease:  What is white, and dimpled?  To answer that question, please dash off to Winnie & Walter!! 

 
I've so enjoyed your visits ... please leave me a little note to let me know you've stopped by here today AND to have your chance of winning this fabulous prize:
 
 
A bit of housekeeping:
MaggieB1983 there are two little tweeties
waiting for you!!
 
Thanks!!
 
=]  Michele


40 comments:

vinita jain said...

Love the sneak peek! The polka dotted sentiment is just awesome with beautiful scalloped border! Would love to see the full reveal, off to the page!

Brandi R said...

Just came from the W&W post...Fantastic cards! I struggle with masculine cards. You have definitely inspired me! Loved all of them ♥

Denise Bryant said...

Fabulous cards, Michele! I love the very clever golf-themed card! Great cards in memory of your Dad.... I am missing mine also! This weekend it will be 25 years that he has been gone.

Liz Gessner McAllister said...

I am so,blessed to have my mom and dad at 87 and 88. He's not doing so well, but he is still my wonderful dad. Love your cards

pcm said...

such sweet father's day cards! love that yellow/gray combo

Sue D said...

I like the clever cards you made.
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Cat Craig said...

Michele, fabulous set of cards. I love all the yellow and white and grey/black.

Barb Ghig said...

A trio of absolutely fabulous masculine cards, Michele! Love them all!

LeAnne said...

Oooh, what a cute sneak peek....off to check it out! Love what I see so far!

joy said...

Love these masculine cards, Michele. Great ideas for any dad.

Rose said...

Loved your 3 masculine cards over at W&W blog! Especially the golf card, very clever & creative.

Aileen Ryan said...

Michele, so enjoying your cards at Winnie and Walter, keep it up. Love it

Mom and wife. said...

Love your cards they are so lovely.

Shona Chambers said...

Fabulous ideas again, your such a whizz with a die-cut!!!!

Andrea1702 said...

Your cards are wonderful. What a creative and cool way to make a golf ball and tee!

Bobby said...

I didn't realize you had so many W & W products, Michele. Why didn't I use more of them when I visited? I love all your very creative (as usual) cards. You know how to stretch your dies.

Karen B. said...

What a lovely tribute to your father. I adored all of your masculine cards showcased, great use of the yellow tones!

Diane Jaquay said...

Wonderful work once again, Michele, you are ROCKING your leading lady roll!!!

Arianna Barbara said...

Wow! Love your amazing cards!!!

Cornelia (fun stamping) said...

Such fabulousness over at W&W - especially your last card - swoon!!!!

Susanne Vargas said...

Your card trio is again absolutely awesome! You are full of good ideas! You weren't asked to be a Leading Lady for nothing...

Kate - Small Bits of Paper said...

I just went to check things out. Your cards look fabulous and I love the colour scheme!

Lisa said...

Your daddy was smiling down on you today and enjoying the work he inspired! FABulous cards Michele!

mandalj said...

I loved your 3 cards on the W&W blog - love the yellow/black/white colour scheme.

Petra Swart said...

Oh, what a fabulous trio of creativity and cleverness, Michele!!! Love your wonderful FD cards, my friend ...sweet little hidden heart for your daddy ...lovely hugs and kisses ...and a shining diamond ...all so special!!!
Have a great day!!!
Hugz

Anita in France said...

Michele, I always love when you use that gorgeou grey, yellow, black colour combo! Each one of your cards is fabulous ... creative, stylish, chic ... and that last one is genius! Big hugs from one hugger to another, Anita :)

Chriss Blagrave said...

Clever and genius cards, Michele! Love these masculine cards and your use of the Take a Bow die is so very crafty!
😘❤️

Mary-Anne V said...

Wow what great cards you have on the W&W blog...love the masculine designs.

Lisa's Creative Niche said...

These are fabulous! I really love the texture you've created!

Brenda said...

Oh, what a great sneak peek Michele! I am going to say a golf ball, but off to see your other great cards at W&W. Hugs, Brenda

Miriam Prantner said...

Great cards! Love your color palate this week!

Christine Canfield said...

loving the black/white/yellow color palette!

Helen Gullett said...

Loving your masculin style, Michele!

Taunya Butler said...

Michele - I am so beyond IMPRESSED with you and your trio of cards over at Winnie and Walter!! Each one has awesome details without being too busy and they just reek of masculinity!! SO well done - I am thrilled for you! And these cards are monumentally awesome!!

Kristie Goulet said...

LOVE your cards! WOW!!!

Karen said...

I absolutely love the color combinations in all these cards, but the golf ball made from the diamond is fabulous---as is the perfect inside sentiment!

Janis said...

Great masculine cards and wonderful way to remember Dad!
<3 J

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CraftyPaws said...

Fabulous! I'm always struggling with masculine cards. TFS!!!

Lindsey said...

So clever! And I love that you dedicated the post to your father. Father's Day was strange this year. I was thrilled to spend it with my dad (it's been 12 years since that has happened), but with both of my grandfathers gone now, it felt empty.

TracyM #6773 said...

WOW - LOVE the ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS cards you shared on the W&W Blog Michele!!!
I confess, I REALLY STRUGGLE with masculine cards => I'm feeling TOTALLY INSPIRED by each & every one you have shared, the designs and colours look WONDERFUL!!!
THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION :)
PS - Sadly my FIL and Grandfather are no longer with us, so lucky to have my Father, even though he lives far, far away ... I am going to send him a card FILLED with hugs & kisses today, THANK YOU for reminding me how much he LOVES them too, I still have a magnet on the fridge that he gave us many years ago that says it!!!