Father’s Day Card

This is a card I entered into the Fair and won second place on.  It was a Father’s Day card– just because that was the category they gave us.  It could easily be changed to be a masculine birthday card.

As always, you can use whatever colors or patterns to fit your recipient.

Supplies
Striped card stock, 5.5″ x 8.5″
Dark brown paper, 3.75″ x 5.25″
Spotted light paper, several strips cut into 1/4″ and then torn at 3″
Coordinating strip 3.75″ x 1/2″
8 gems/rhinestones
Car stamp
Staz-on ink pad
Oval punch
Window punch
Sentiment
Cream scrap
Black ribbon, 3″
Distressing ink
Paper cutter
Scissors
Adhesive
6 pop-dots

  1. Fold striped card stock in half to make card.  Crease well.
  2. Using Staz-on, stamp car on scrap cream paper, set aside to dry
  3. Stamp sentiment on scrap cream and punch out with window punch
  4. Adhere dark brown paper in the center, front of card
  5. Adhere coordinating strip as shown in picture
  6. Adhere black ribbon
  7. Punch oval from striped paper
  8. Adhere window punched sentiment to center of oval
  9. Using two pop-dots, attached oval piece to center of ribbon
  10. Using scissors, carefully cut out stamped car image
  11. Take torn strips and weave together to make a mat-type square.  Jagged edges is the look you are going for.
  12. Using adhesive, attach weaved mat securely to front of card
  13. Using four pop-dots, attach car to center of weaved mat
  14. Adhere rhinestones to center of wheels
  15. Adhere three rhinestones on both the top right and top left of the card