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Fathers Day Card

Dad, we were gonna give you a 100 GRAND for Father's day, but our bank account has ZERO in it. We were really in a CRUNCH and PAY DAY isn't until next week. We thought about selling our WHATCHMACALLIT or playing in a SYMPHONY in New YORK (pepper mint patty) to make some extra money but that would take as long as to fly around the MILKY WAY! Selling some KISSES to make extra money just made us SNICKER! Just as BABY RUTH had MOUNDS of JOY (almond) playing ball, we hope you have SKORS of fun reading & eating this card! Happy Father's Day! Love your favorite 3 MUSKATEER'S

I used your basic size candy bars! Did this for my father and my father in law!


Thanks so much for sharing your card wording with us. How did your father and father-in-law enjoy their candy bar cards? I imagine you got a SNICKER or two - he he!

How did you make your cards? Did you use white coreflute like I did, or something else? Thee are so many possibilities for making these. If you have time to take some photos I'd love to see the cards.

Enjoy your day!


PS: If readers are thinking about making a Father's Day card or gift or both, these ideas may help:

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Nov 08, 2017
I still love this ☺
by: PaperCraftCentral Susan

I was re-reading your Father's Day card message again, Muskateers, and I had to smile! I'm so glad you sent this message in for us.

PaperCraftCentral Susan

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