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Thursday, 16 June 2016

Guy Greetings Masculine e Fathers Day Card Stampin Up! UK

Today I have  anotherQuick and simple One Layer  Masculine Fathers Day Card For you.
Remember Ladies and Gents, loving here in the UK
Fathers Day is this Coming Weekend (19th June)
So you still have time to get making a super card for your Dad, Granddad or even your Son if he has kiddies

This one was made with my middle son in mind
As he is a mechanic, and working with tools all day

I love using large pearls on masculine cards as it reminds me of Shirt Buttons

I created my own Paper by stamping the tools stamp. and stamping Soft Suede Cardstock with Early Espresso ink pad.

The Fathers Day stamp is included in the Guy Greetings Stamp Set., and can be purchased via my online store
The sentiment was stamped onto Whisper White Cardstock using Early Espresso ink again, and die cut using the Project Life Cards & Labels Framelits Dies

The co-ordinating panel uses the DAD stamp with First to Fourth Generation Stamping Technique, for changes in tone.
Additional Tools were stamped onto scrap cardstock and some Gold Thread coiled behind the tools.

Feel free to CASE any of my creative projects (Copy & Paste Everything)

Products List 

Guy Greetings

Whisper White
Soft Suede

Early Espresso

Gold Thread
Basic Pearls

Project Life Cards & Labels Framelits

Stampin Trimmer
Acrylic Blocks
Big Shot (with Magnetic Platform)
Bone Folder
Paper Snips

Fast Fuse
Stampin Dimensionals


  1. (A6 Card Base) - Trim a piece of A4 Soft Suede Cardstock to 30 x 10.5 cms ; Score at 14.9 cms; Fold & Burnish.
  2. Randomly stamp the front of the Card Base with the Tools Stamp and Early Espresso Ink Pad
  3. Trim a piece of Whisper White Cardstock to 2 cms x 10
  4. 1 cms and stamp using Early Espresso Ink Pad four times without re-inking the stamp (i.e. Fourth Generation Stamping); & adhere to the bottom edge of the card front
  5. Stamp the sentiment onto a scrap of Whisper White Cardstock with the Early Espresso Ink Pad, and Die cut the label using the Project Life Cards & Labels Framelits Dies, mount at an angle to one corner of the card
  6. Stamp another tool image on scrap cardstock, and fussy cut out a couple of spanners using Paper Snips, add some loops of Gold Thread behind the layered tools and mount onto the card front using a Stampin Dimensional.
  7. Add a few Basic Pearls and your card is complete

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