Welcome to today’s Sunday Special Father’s Day Card Project #10
Hi and welcome to another blog post. Today is the 10th Sunday Special making an awesome handmade Father’s Day Card Project. Today I decided to use the Clubhouse stamp set and the co-ordinating Country Club DSP to make this Father’s Day Card.
Although not the fanciest of cards that I have made, it is still masculine enough for any father or father figure in one’s life. You could also replace the father’s day sentiments with a more generic greeting such as Happy Birthday.
The colours I chose were Night of Navy, Garden Green, Poppy Parade and Mango Melody. Lovely bold colours that co-ordinate in this suite. These colours are ideal for this father’s day card.
The sentiments in this stamp set are absolutely fabulous for any golf lover. The colours co-ordinating with the suite are bright, bold and speak volumes.
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My card base measures 4 1/8″ x 5 7/8″
Matt Layer and card insert measures 4″ x 5 3/4″
MY DSP layer is 3 7/8″ x 5 5/8″
I started off by adhering all of my layers. I cut my DSP at the 2″ horizontally and reversed it to show the image on the back.
Adding a sentiment area across the join of the DSP sections really adds some body to the card.
For the main sentiment section I used my 2 1/4″ punch and 2″ punch.
I stamped my sentiment on the whisper white 2″ circle in garden green.
For the insert I half stamped the golfer image on the bottom right corner along with another sentiment, which I stamped in Poppy Parade.
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