• Susan Lang

    He loved to make things. A carpenter of sorts. But us kids were his favorite hobby! Love the funny pun stamps, they are so cool!

  • sano

    My dad had so many wonderful hobbies but the best was the way he always made the family feel like a unit that was loved and treasured! One very special man.

  • Leanne S

    My dad’s favorite hobby was mending stuff. He would always be see with his tools on Sunday’s. The tool dies here are so cute.

  • shartl

    These Fathers Day cards are the cutest! I always have a harder time making cards for guys so these new dies and stamps are must-haves. My Dad always says that he doesn’t have a hobby, which is why he still hasn’t retired! One thing he does like to do though, is listen to music and tend to his roses….but not at the same time!

  • karenladd

    My dad’s favorite hobby was gardening. He always planted vegetables, even when he had to plant them in pots on the patio. There was nothing he liked more than having fresh green beans and tomatoes…and tending his tiny strawberry patch.

  • Audrey

    My dads favorite hobby was actually just relaxing in front of the tv when he was finished working.

  • Kirsty Vittetoe

    My dad loves to sing, his favorite hobby is to go to Karaoke! : )

  • Tosha

    My Dad is in his late 70’s and is building his second home with the plans in his head. I would say wood working is his favorite hobby.

  • Michel Espey

    My dad loves model trains. He is building his own layout to run his trains.

  • Diane Conklin

    My dad loved doing crossword puzzles and working in the yard.

  • Rebecca Ednie

    My dad never had a hobby his whole life. All he does is watch TV.

  • Nancy M.

    My dad loved to play guitar! He was self-taught and would sing me songs when I was little.

  • Billie A

    My father has passed but he was a great gardener. He had a green thumb. He could grow anything, he canned and baked. He was is amazing..
    The cards featuring the images, stamps and dies are wonderful.

  • Karen T

    My father enjoys gardening.

  • Debby

    My dad raced cars and fly an airplane, he was a daredevil!

  • Pami Ballington

    My Daddy enjoys model trains, and he has passed that love onto his grandsons.

  • Natalie Godfrey

    My dad’s favorite hobbies were fishing and gardening.

  • Carol

    That’s so easy, if he wasn’t helping someone out, he was adoring my mother or playing with the children.

  • Julie L from FL

    The cheese card is just sooooo cute!!!

    My dad’s favorite hobby is playing Scrabble. I guess he passed it on to me! 🙂

  • Debbie Love

    Wow….my dad had so many hobbies and interests. He loved to play golf and was on a bowling league. He loved photography and detective stories. Every summer he planted a vegetable garden.

  • Penny

    My dad loved fishing and camping. And inventing and building anything he didn’t want to buy (lawn tractor, camera flash sensor, camp kitchen, wood lathe, poster size photo developing trays, etc!). He was better than the best dad ever!

  • Teresa Mikalouski

    When I was growing up he collected stamps now he makes ships.

  • Stampfoldandrepeat

    My dad likes going to the movies 🙂 he is usually more up-to-date on current movie releases than I am!

  • BunnyD

    My dad had a huge model railroad setup in our basement. He worked on it for years building mountains, trestles, scenery and buildings for it. It was all wired with lights in different places and switch lines for the trains. I remember him sitting at the kitchen table with a jeweller’s eye loop on, painting tiny people for it. I know it was really hard on him cutting it up when he sold it to move to a small apartment.

  • Laraine Randall

    Love it all!! Fabulous samples! Car repair & car racing is his favorite hobby!

  • Mary

    My Dad, was a coin and stamp collector. He also loved Photography. I sure do miss him. Smile BIG! 🙂

    Mary from NH

  • Bernadette

    Hi Taylor and team! 🙂 First, I LOVE the Daughter and Son of the King and Gunny Sack stamps! Secondly, You know what I thought about as I read each person’s dad’s favorite hobbies? I thought, “Wow! These are EXCELLENT ideas for more stamps, dies, embossing folders, and plates!!!!” LOL! It’s wonderful to hear about everyone’s dad’s hobbies. My own father loved reading books or watching TV after a full day at work on the Navy base and after tending to a large farm here on our island. Blessings to you all! The peeks reveal a wonderful release to come!

  • Elise S.

    I love the cheesy card! That made me smile 🙂 My dad is all about sports! He was a coach for a long time. Also, lately he’s been getting out on the lake in his kayak and sailboat.

  • Nancy R.

    Hello! My dad has Alzheimer’s disease now, but when he was feeling much more chipper in his younger days, he really liked just working outside in the yard. Enjoyed mowing the lawn, and also, feeding all the critters large and small!

  • Kathy J in Ellicott City

    He loved to tinker with computers.

  • Karen Weingartner

    Fishing, camping, outdoorsy stuff, and definitely his grandkids! Love this release!

  • Chris L

    My Dad’s favorite hobby I think was working out in the garage fixing things. He had a whole workshop set up in the garage complete with a TV and a place for the dog–he loved being out there!

    This is a great release!

  • Lisa B

    I would have to say that my dad’s favorite hobby is cars. He loves to go to shows, fix them and work on them. It was so nice to have him around growing up. He taught me alot about them-even know how to change a tire because of him.

  • storymusicgirl

    Such great guy cards! It always seems harder to find good ideas that aren’t super feminine (flowers, cute animals). 🙂
    My dad did a lot of different things when I still lived at home: tropical fish tanks, golfing, bowling, fishing at our mountain cabin, darts (in a league?? 😉 lol), and was an avid baseball fan. 🙂

  • Marlene McLane

    My dad’s three favorite hobbies were photography, model ship building, and crossword puzzles, in that order. I really miss him!

  • Deb F

    My dad loved to go square dancing with my mother.

  • JuliaP

    My dad’s favorite hobby was woodworking. Great release this month!

  • Crafty Math Chick

    Oh my gosh – how CUTE is that little Swiss cheese die?!! I LOVE IT!! And the Lil Bits golf & tool sets coordinate perfectly with TE sets I already own! My father’s favorite hobby was probably napping, he worked so much… He liked to tan and invite family friends over to use the pool during the summer and grill for them… he liked to play roulette … don’t know if those count.

  • Chris D.

    My Dad was a farmer, but he loved his cows. They were his hobby after he gave up farming and they all had names. It was a sad time when he had to give up taking care of them. Like many other dads, he also liked to fish.

    Great release as usual.

  • Christine Dring

    Fabulous new goodies and such great cards! My Dad LOVED to go fishing. Every. Chance. He. Got!! LOL!

  • Carrie W

    My dad loved pinball… I love the new release! Thanks for all the new patriotic theme supplies!!

  • Sabrina Radican

    What an adorable tool box for dad!!!
    My dad never really had any hobbies per say. He worked all the time but there where those nights when he would get home at midnight, he would walk me and my brother up and say ” kids get your stuff packed we’re going camping” so off we would go camping for a couple of days or just for the weekend.

  • Tammy Arndt

    Beautiful cards! My dad likes to treasure hunt and use his metal detector especially in Colorado ghost towns. And he enjoys spending time with his granddaughters and family.

  • Keysha Sain

    My dad’s favorite hobby was bowling. He absolutely loved going bowling! I still have some of his old bowling shirts – he was on several leagues.

  • Isabel Z

    My father loved photography and would develop his photos in our home’s bathroom. The only problem was that we only had one bathroom so I remember dancing in the hall and then making a mad dash to the neighbor’s apartment to ask her if I could use hers! Haven’t thought about that in years–LOL.

  • Jan

    My dad loved fishing in his younger days…and he was good at it. He would take us kids sometimes but then he usually spent more time untangling our lines and keeping us out of the weeds! Good times…good memories. Miss you Dad

  • Sharon D.

    Great ideas for guy cards. Always looking for inspiration. My dad enjoyed pheasant hunting & sports. He played softball, football, hockey & bowled throughout school & into adulthood.

  • LeAnn C

    My dad loved to do just about anything, love especially loved all of us kids and loved attending anything his grand kids were involved in. He was busy working to provide for us kids when we were growing up, but always found time to be with us all.
    Sure do miss him!

  • Jen K

    His hobby…time with his granddaughter! Maybe shopping for his granddaughter…she loves her papa! When he isn’t with Addie or shopping for her, he is traveling. He took us all to Wales to see the house where our Great grandfather grew up in. It was great. Dad is just the greatest.

  • Vivian C.

    My dad’s hobby was gardening. I like puttering around in the garden too, I get that from him. The “you’re extra cheesy” card cracked me up. Would love to win the Grassy Hills die. It’s great that you designed it to go with the Rolling Hills die.

  • Lori

    Love the punny Father’s Day sets and coordinating dies! My dad has a number of hobbies–sports, reading, and when I was younger, model train enthusiast. We had a big train set up in our basement, complete with papier-mâché hills and tunnels. Maybe that’s the root of my crafting enthusiasm . . .

  • Sue LD

    My dad’s favorite hobby was golf.

  • Gilda McCain (McStamper)

    My Dad loved many things: woodworking, fishing, gardening. My favorite thing, although not a hobby, was his sense of humor, I miss him everyday. What a wonderful release today. The little tool box Jen made is too cute.

  • Diane

    My Dad loves to play cards – as soon as the grand-kids were old enough to get the concept he was teaching them gin and gin rummy

  • Connie G

    My dad loved woodworking and was so good at building things. He even built his own camp. Thanks for the peek at some great father’s day sets.

  • Anne Sturgeon

    Fathers Day is kind of sad for me. My Dad has been gone since 1981. I miss him everyday. Now I just have to spoil my husband and he appreciate it. My Dad’s hobby was making word search puzzles using the names of cars. He had the names of models from the first built car. I still have a copy of one of his books that my sister copied for all of us after he passed. My book holds many of the hand written lists of car names. It is really fun to take it out and look at it from time to time. I love this release and even though I don’t have my Dad anymore, lot of these ideas would work for masculine cards. Thanks for sharing and for continually inspiring.

  • Amante del Papel

    Sadly I do not know, I died when I was very little!

  • Mutzy Mia

    My father died when I was in 7th grade and had been blind most of my young life. He had the Bible on records and loved to spend time listening to them during his quiet time each day. He loved us children and his wife and showed it in the many hugs he gave us.

  • Mary Holshouser

    Daddy collected stamps and coins. He smoked cigars all his like.
    He was a house painter and loved to tinker in the basement.
    I miss him still, even though he’s been gone about 35 years.
    thanks for the peek at the new release.

  • Monica

    My dad really enjoyed traveling and dabbling in photography. He even had a darkroom and developed his own films back in the day :).

  • Nancy Deffner

    Dad used to love antiquing, garage sales, fixing and building things. Now in his less active years it’s all about movies and Netflix.

  • Donna Sherman

    My Dad loved fishing and tackling “odds and ends” jobs around the house and yard, but his FAVORITE hobby was playing trumpet in 3 different bands!!! Music was in his veins until he passed over!!!

  • Phyllis Freese

    More great release designs. My dad enjoyed working out in his yard.

  • Amy Cooley

    My dad just recently retired and has taken up fishing. He also loves to work around the house. He can fix just about anything.

  • MerMer

    Going to the movies!

  • Teresa Godines

    I think my dad just loves to build stuff. He also love his animals.

  • Julia D.

    My father’s favorite hobbies were gardening and making my mother happy. What adorable stamps and dies! Great release. Thank you for the chance to win!

  • Erika

    My Dad’s favorite hobby was designing and drawing house plans.

  • Angela W

    My Dad loves anything with airplanes. He has collected stamps (not the same kind as I do, unfortunately) for my entire life. He tells me his stamp collection takes up a lot less space than mine does! He also loves our animals and will do anything to take care of them, especially when they get older and need more help.

  • Noreen

    Cute cards! My Dad liked working with silver and gemstones – making jewelry.

  • Shelley Banghart

    My dad was into cars. He loved cleaning his car down the detail. We were not allowed to eat in his car! Love the new stamps and dies.

  • Denise Bryant

    What awesome Father’s Day card ideas!
    My Dad loved to get a chance to head over to Reno or Las Vegas and play the slot machines! He didn’t get to go very often, but it sure was a highlight for him! He also loved all of his animals…. dogs and birds!

  • Bunny

    I can’t answer as to my father as he was not around so I’ll answer about my husband as a father. He has always been a hard worker and when he had time off he liked to play family games with the entire family. He loves being a Dad and caring for his family’s needs.

  • Jackie Adair

    My dad is a golfer, so these new dies are perfect for him!!

  • Becca Yahrling

    My Dad was a stamp collector! He really loved finding anything he could on World Fairs especially
    (older postcards, too). We still have his collection. 🙂
    Cute release today! The mushrooms are so adorable.

  • Linda C

    My Dad’s favorite hobby was fishing. Love the Daughter of a King sentiment!

  • Angie VC

    My dad’s hobby was being there for us and our kids…he was so busy with that, he said he didn’t need more!

  • Mary-Anne V.

    OMG these stamps and dies are wonderful! I love them. My dad’s favourite hobby is to listen to the radio news back home, CBC!

  • Daisy

    My Pop went to be with the Lord 15 years ago & I still miss him so much. He loved God, family, gardening, fishing, whistling & bar-b-queing. Nobody can bbq a brisket like he could!

  • Julie B

    My dad loves working with wood and is good at it! Our daughter bought a new house and had a huge space in the kitchen for an island. I suggested she talk to her grandpa and within a couple weeks she had a new island built to her specifications with a wine rack, storage and more! he has built shelves and cedar chests for the kids and tables for me. What a treat for all of us 🙂

  • Michele K. Henderson

    That “cheesy” card is a masterpiece! My dad has had so may interests over the years, like fishing and nature walks. Lately, though, he has really gotten into yard sales! He loves finding that rare jewel among the ordinary, and he loves to bargain for a good price! He has found me some really amazing things these past few years, like pretty antique milk glass, which I love. He’s an awesome dad!

  • Sandie Obrin

    My Dad’s favorite hobby was fishing. He would tell my mom he was going to go to the reservoir and do research and find out what the fish were dining on.

  • Beverly Perdue

    My dad’s hobby is golf! He is 82 years old, and still loves to golf. He even moved to a retirement community that has a 9 hole golf course. He has his own golf cart and can play anytime he wants. Thanks for the golf little bits and the great sentiments! As always, this has been a great release. I have so many items on my wish list!

  • Carol Scheevel

    My dad’s favorite hobby was fishing – something he patiently tried to teach to his FIVE KIDS. He spent many hours untangling our line from bushes, clothing, or himself in his attempt to teach us to enjoy his favorite pasttime with him! 🙂 He’s been gone over 25 years and I’m sad that he never met my daughter, and won’t get to meet my daughter’s first baby in a few weeks.

  • Nicole Ligaard Jensen

    Writing articles concerning maths and physics 🙂

  • Susan Weida

    My Dad’s hobbies included fishing, hunting, and gardening. My Dad loved to be outside and his gardens were amazing. He always planted enough that he could share with us and our families.

  • Georgeanna Couldry

    My dad didn’t really have a hobby. The closest thing to a hobby I can think of is he played cards. Now my grandfather was a gardener. He loved being outside in the garden. In the summer the first thing he would do when he came home from work is change out of his suit and into old jeans and go outside. It didn’t matter if he was out in garden or mowing. And he always took vacation in April to go mushroom hunting.

  • Jessica Bavier

    Love the new sayings. So fun! My dad has always had fun hobbies. Recently he’s gotten really into building and flying high powered rockets. He’s also gotten into Legos, my nephew, myself, and my dad really enjoy building together. ????

  • Marsha Reed

    My dad was a wonderful photographer. One of the Christmas gifts he gave me is photo album he put together using his photographs. He then found appropriate prose or poetry for each photo. He even wrote several himself. I now have the camera he used to take all of his photos.

  • Arianna Barbara

    My dad loves gardening.
    Such a great finale today! Love all these amazing cards!!!

  • Carla Hundley

    These are some really
    cute and fun cards! My
    Dad loves to work on
    antique cars. He even
    has a 1930 Essex car,
    matches his birth year
    and last name of
    Carla from Utah

  • Tamara

    My father loved to play with his kids and grandchildren!

  • D.Ann C

    What great puns!
    Dad’s hobby is taking nature pics.

  • Martha

    My Dad loved to fish, but he was a tinkerer. He liked to take things apart and put them back together. After retirement, he would buy old lawn mowers and fans. He took them apart, cleaned them, painted them and put them together. He them gave them to people who were in need.

  • Debby T

    My dad loved to garden. He had a huge veggie garden and I helped mom can all the veggies from it. I always said his thumb was so green he could make a rock grow.

  • Gramma Dee

    My dad was of an era where hobbies were rare. But he was a reader. He read newspapers and any books he could get his hands on, and enjoyed discussing any topic he read about.

    LOVE those grassy hills! They are on my scribbled list of dies I N-E-E-D!

  • Paula Hymel

    My dad doesn’t have any “hobbies”. Perhaps his self discipline in walking every morning. He does enjoy watching old westerns he grew up on, too.

  • Dee Earnshaw

    Awesome ideas and inspiration:)
    My dad used to enjoy gardening and hanging out with friends:)

  • Colleen

    My dad use to love to build anything from a bench to the house we grew up in.

  • Sherry

    My dad used to enjoy driving us across the U.S. on vacations, he also golfed a little, loved baseball and spent a lot of time in our yard – we had the best looking lawn! Unfortunately he had to give up all that as he got older but he enjoyed crosswords up until he passed away a few years ago at age 88.

  • Beverly Parkison

    Air Planes…My dad rebuilt several planes over the years and taught flying too. Anything with wings. LOL

  • karenajo

    My Dad’s favorite hobbies were woodworking and gardening – he was great at both ! Love all these cute images and ‘punny’ sayings in this release !

  • Kristina "CraftyPaws"

    My dad’s favorite hobbies were golf and drawing. Unfortunately due to his health and his shaky hands, he can’t do either any more. He still enjoys dancing and singing which are great for him. 🙂

  • Mary W

    Playing tricks on us like salt in the sugar bowl – he loved our reactions! He loved to fly his airplane, invent things, and bowl. But his favorite thing was being a trickster.

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