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Another D@D Card....


I made another Father's Day card in preparation for my little yearly card selling stint - the sold well last year - hoping for the same this year;)

The clever die cut is  Lil' Inkers. The card base is dry embossed with a Papertrey embossing plate. The sentiment and thanks arrow are heat embossed. Added Washi tape and splatters. I die cut the D@D twice - once using yellow paint chip and the second time with fun foam - that is so much easier than die cutting it multiple times and gluing it all together. Besides that its nice and soft....

Materials: die cut by Lil' Inkers, Papertrey embossing plate, Michaels and Heidi Swapp stamps, Washi tape

Linking up with :

The Paper Players - tic tac toe
The Male Room - Washi tape
Amusing Challenges - anything goes


Deborah Frings said…
Oh I do like this! Really clean and simple, with just the right amount of grunge! Love the pop of yellow too! Nice use of the Washi! Thanks so much for playing along with The Male Room this week!
laurie said…
Great card! I just love that embossed background, and the word die. Great design,too! Thanks for playing along with my tic tac toe challenge this week at The Paper Players!
Mut zur Farbe ;)) tolle Karte. Deine Zusammenstellungen sind immer herzerfrischend und einfach gelungen.
Herzliche Grüße Elisabeth
Kathyk said…
Fab and fun card, loving the pop of yellow

Lena_J said…
OMG, i just love this card. The colors, stamp an diecut. Yes everything ;-)
Sazzle Dazzle said…
I love your silver and back against the white Cornelia then that shocker of yellow just takes it to another level. Fabulous! and good luck with the sale. Do you do a craft fayre?
Jane said…
Fabulous! Love everything about your card! Bound to be a quick seller. Thanks for playing at The Male Room.
Julie B said…
Another fab Dad card. Good Luck with your sale.
I ought to find an outlet for mine they are mounting up in a box! I used to sell them through my friend's work but she's now retired! :)
Deepti Stephens said…
Wow! I love it Cornelia.. This is such a great card! :)
Vicki Dutcher said…
Your pop of yellow is fabulous! What do you sell your cards for?
WOW! This is just fabulous! Love all the details! The pop of yellow is amazing and those little mustaches made me smile! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players and good luck with you sale! XX
conil said…
Can I borrow your brain or skill or talent for just a couple of days? Promise to return it. This is just another in a long line of fabulous cards. Adore the way you put diverse elements together to achieve a cohesive and delightful whole. Fabulous.
Karren said…
Gorgeous! The crisp, clean look of this masculine card really makes it a standout. Thanks so much for joining us at The Paper Players.
Kim Heggins said…
Another fabulous dad the bright colors and your incredible design!
cm said…
Hope you made plenty of cards, because I know a sell-out is guaranteed! Your D@d card...super awesome! Handsome and striking!!
Anita in France said…
Crisp and cool and stunning, Cornelia ... this fabulous design will fly off the shelves! Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
Another adorable manly card
you are making much adorable manly cards nowadays my friend
this is simple stunning layout and Love the pop of the yellow on it...wish I and you can visiting each other everyday
will be meine Traum haha..
but I am happy if you visit egal wann du willst suesse hehehe

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