In case you haven’t heard, today is Father’s Day. 🙂 I’m lucky enough to have my dad a short 90 minute drive away so this weekend the kids and I are headed to Bellingham to spend some time with him. So, hopefully you are able to spend some quality time (or quality phone time) with some of the wonderful guys in your life.
At a recent card class, I was able to get my Father’s Day cards done early by holding a Dads and Grads class. This was one of the cards we created for it:
I was inspired by a non-Stampin’ Up! card I saw on Splitcoast Stampers that had a cool vintage look. So, I grabbed some of the new World’s Greatest designer series paper and a sponge wedge and got to work creating a vintage card for Dad.
See, this just proves that you can use the Quint-Essential flower for a guy card too. I used more “manly” colors – Bravo Burgundy, So Saffron, and Midnight Muse for the flower and sponged the edges of the card and the Very Vanilla cardstock with Soft Suede. And of course, gave it dimension by popping up the different layers with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
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Quint-Essential Birthday Card Recipe
Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes, Quint-Essential Flower
Ink: Crumb Cake, Soft Suede, Bravo Burgundy, So Saffron, Midnight Muse
Paper: Crumb Cake cs, Very Vanilla cs, Soft Suede cs, World’s Greatest dsp
Accessories: 2 3/8” Scallop Circle punch, 1 3/4” Scallop Circle punch, 1” circle punch, sponge, Stampin’ Dimensionals