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Stamping 411-photo frame

Good evening, I hope you have had a good weekend and I am sorry to say it just about over. Well this entry is for the Stamping 411 sketch challenge I have been wanting to use my new motorcycle stamp I got from the summer mini. Instead of making a card I made a LO to put in a 8x10 photo frame. I have to tell you why I love this stamp so much. My dad was a Police officer, not only was he a police officer but he was a motorcycle cop. He is no longer with us so I do so cherish anything that reminds me of him.

On this LO I used Gray, night of navy, sahara sand, and the new espresso CS. I colored the motorcycle with my blender pen and ink pads. I hope you like it. Thanks for stoppin by:)


The minute I saw this set I new you would love it or then I was wondering about if it was bad memories. Steph he is still with you only you can't see him but he still watch over you.
Take care. Love your frame .
What a wonderful tribute to your Dad. Thanks for sharing!!
Tiffany Bauer said…
This is just awesome!!! I am sure you dad will love it!!! Thanks for playing along this week with us during our First Anniversary!! Here is to many more!!!
Kerin said…
I love that you incorporated the sketch into this tribute to your dad. You did a fabulous job!
Robin Merriman said…
What a great way to use the sketch this week! I love your layout - it's a fabulous tribute!
As a former police officer myself (and married to one still), I have the utmost respect for your Dad. Motormen are a rare breed - and so very necessary to the police mission.
Thanks for playing this week and sharing with us!
Lisa Martin said…
Thanks so much for sharing such a touching post! And what a gorgeous layout!
Holly said…
I love it Steph, what an awesome tribute!!
Selene Kempton said…
This is beautiful all the way around and from the heart! Thank you so much for sharing.
Patti Chesky said…
What a beautiful way to remember your dad, and the important job that he held. This is stunning!
Glenda Calkins said…
What a beautiful tribute to your dad. Love it! Great job Steph.

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