Thursday, June 12, 2014

Father's Day Mustache Card

When I won the Mustache Framelit as a prize on the cruise last month, I wasn't sure what I was going to do with it. Mustaches are quite the fad lately, but not one that I relate to. One thing I think it's perfect for: a Father's Day card! Here's a really clean and simple card that I made using the new Mustache Framelit from Stampin' Up!
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1 comment:

Nacky said...

I'm not really diggin' the mustache. Which made me wonder how else that framelit could be used. Vertically it looks like a curlicue. And it also looks like horns on an animal (long-horn steer, water buffalo). Bet you could incorporate it onto one of your kids' "tri-animals." :-) Also looks like the bracket on the left side of music staffs that spans the treble and bass clefs.