Simple Father’s Day Card with Handsomely Suited

As its Father’s Day here in the UK on Sunday I thought I share a some ideas for cards over the next few days. This first one, using Handsomely Suited is very quick and simple to make as its just stamp and colour and it can also be any colour combination you want.

I was watching England play there first game while making this card so went for a patriotic colour scheme of Real Red Red, Misty Moonlight and White.

After stamping and colouring the tie images I added a length of Real Red Double Stitched Satin Ribbon across the card layer before adhering to the Real Red cardstock matt and the Misty Moonlight card base.

I stamped the greeting with Tuxedo Black ink onto the smallest label in the Painted Labels Dies, I’m so impressed with how perfectly its fits. I then added this to my card with some Stampin’ Dimensionals.

A quick and simple Father’s Day card, unfortunately the men in my life are all more outdoors basedbeing farmers so guess I’ve some more cards to whip up before Sunday.

Happy Crafting

Joanne x

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Birthday Card with A Good Man

Here’s the card I’ve sent to my father in law this year, his birthday was yesterday. It’s a simple card made with the A Good Man stamp set and coloured with Stampin Blends.

I’ve used Misty Moonlight and Seaside Spray which I think compliment each other perfectly. I’ve added a greeting from the Handsomely Suited punched out from the Tailerored Tag Punch and as a finishing touch a couple of Misty Moonlight Enamel Dots.

Hope he likes it.

Happy Crafting

Joanne x

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Quick Bow Tie Card

Here is a quick card to make for those men in your life using the Handsomely Suited stamp set. Simply stamp, colour and cut.

I’ve used a skinny card base for this card measuring 14cm x 21cm, scored at 7cm, which fits the bow ties perfectly.

I’ve used Misty Moonlight, Daffodil Delight, Real Red and just Jade Stampin’ Blends but you could use whatever colour combination you like.

If the man in your life is more of a tie man then simply use the tie stamps instead.

Happy Crafting

Joanne x

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