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Simplistic Textured Father's Day Card

Do you struggle to create cards for men? It doesn't have to be difficult at all - throw a couple of inks together with some embellishments and die-cuts and you have an instant winner. I am sharing this quick Father's day card with you using only a few inks to create interest, texture and pattern.


Directions:

1. Fold smooth white cardstock into a card measuring 4.5x7.5".
2015_June_JN_Fathersday_step12. Use a sponge dauber and Memento Peanut Brittle ink and stencil wood grain pattern onto the front of the card.
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3. Press Peanut Brittle Memento onto Craft Mat. Mist the ink with water.
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4. Dip smooth white card stock into ink to color.
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5. Mist the inked cardstock with Fireworks Pear Tart. Let dry thoroughly or use a heat gun to dry.
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6. Use the colored card stock to die cut lettering and other shapes.
7. Add additional inking using sponge dauber and Memento ink.
8. Assemble the card by adhering the die-cut elements to the front of the card.
9. Use GlazOn and add a layer of glaze to the die cut "dad" letters.
10. Finish off card with Walnut ink splatters and diamante.

by Jowilna Nolte

Difficulty

Beginner - Intermediate

Time

1/2 hour + dry time

Materials Needed

ImagineCrafts featuring Tsukineko

Other

  • Diamante, white cardstock, die-cuts: DoCrafts, Stencil: Celebr8, Patterned paper: Kaisercraft


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