Saturday, June 20, 2015

Father's Day Card

Hi All,
Hope you are having a great weekend.
Today I have a Father's Day card to share. Since tomorrow is Father's Day I figured it was a good time to post the card I made Scott this year. I wanted to wait since he's a blog follower and I didn't want him to see it until after he received it ;)

I've been playing around lately with my Silhouette and came across this #1Dad image I thought was cute. I die cut all the pieces with white cardstock and then used my Copics to color in the different layers. To give it a little sparkle I used my Clear Wink of Stella pen on the # and DAD.
{Supplies used for this project are listed below at the end of this blog post to multiple shopping sources)

For the window panel I was feeling lazy and didn't want to drag out my Big Shot and dies and since I already had my Sil up and running I whipped it out super quick with a  rectangle and circle shape. I even added a little stitched edge. 

I backed the window with some pattern paper from October Afternoon's Public Library collection and then added the #1Dad image. 

The Happy Father's Day sentiment was created with some Simon Says CobbleStone ink and Lawn Fawn's Harold ABCs stamps. I stamped it out on white CS and then banner cut both sides. 

The finishing touch was some splatters of Studio Calico Clay spray and wood veneers. 
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Here is the image from the Silhouette Store I used.

Thanks for visiting today.
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  1. Awesome Father's Day Card Christina! Have a crafty day! :)

    Scrappers Anonymous

  2. So cute! I need to dust off my Silouette. I love the images they offer. <3kim

  3. Great card. I've only used my sil once or twice since I got the Explore and I really need to show it some love. I would love to know how you created the stitch lines around the circle cut, please.

  4. Now that you have the categories listed, I'm looking back at your Silhouette posts and came across this one. Great looking Fathers Day card! I'd love to see on video how you created the stitch lines with your Silhouette, because I don't have any of the stitched dies that are so popular.