Father’s Day Card

Good morning everyone! Welcome to another edition of Cards and Creations by Lori McBride and the Team Stamp It monthly Blog Hop! The theme of our Blog Hop this month is Father’s Day. My name is Lori McBride and I’m a Stampin’ Up Independent Demonstrator.

Today, I would like to share with you a card I designed and created using the following Stampin’ Up products:

Garden Green Cardstock (Item #102584)

Crushed Curry Cardstock (Item #131199)

Poppy Parade Cardstock (Item #119793)

Basic Black Cardstock (Item #121045)

Whisper White Cardstock (Item #100730)

Stitched Nested Dies (Item # 149638)

Word Wishes Dies (Item #149629)

Triple Banner Punch (Item #138292)

Tailored Tag Punch (Item # 145667)

Corrugated 3D Embossing Folder (Item #151811)

Country Club Designer Series Paper (Item #151314)

Stampin’ Spritzer (Item # 126185)

Multipurpose Liquid Glue (Item #110755)

Stampin’ Diminsionals (Item #104430)

Take Your Pick Tool (Item #144107)

Silicone Craft Sheet (Item #127853)

A Good Man Stamp Set (Item # 149270)

To assemble, I sort of bounced around a bit but please bare with me as it’ll all make sense as it comes together. As simplistic as this design was, it fought even me every step of the way. It’s not impossible but it was pretty challenging but I found some really great tips and tricks in it’s complication. Famous last words that I’ve learned the hard way as the idea popped in my head, “Oh yeah!! I’ll do that! It’ll be easy!” The sample card was no where near “easy” and it really took me a few shots on putting them together before finding a groove and finding simplistic ways to put this one together.

I started off by punching and die cutting all of the pieces to this card and our standard A2 Cardbase in Garden Green Cardstock.

I spritzed the Crushed Curry Cardstock with the Stampin’ Spritzer and ran the Corrugated 3D Embossing Folder through my die cutting/embossing machine and allowed the Cardstock to dry. Once dried, I adhered the embossed matte base to the Garden Green Cardbase.

I adhered the “Father’s Sentiment” to the Tailored Tag Punched piece first. To adhere the apostrophe, I used my Silicone Craft Sheet, a small dab of Multipurpose Liquid Glue and my Take Your Pick Tool to adhere it down.

I glued the DSP to the embossed Matte Base. I assembled the two Stitched Nested Dies together using Stampin’ Diminsionals and attached them to the DSP with Multipurpose Liquid Glue. Once I got the Stitched Nested pieces in place on the DSP, I used Stampin’ Diminsionals to attach the Tailored Tag Punch piece to the Stutched Nested Dies and then adhered the “Happy” and “Day” sentiments to the Stitched Nested Dies with Multipurpose Liquid Glue.

I used the sentiments from the A Good Man Stamp Set for the inside Cardbase.

At this time I’d like to congratulate the winner of last month’s Blog Hop. CONGRATULATIONS Linda Brady!!!!!

The Looking Up Card Kit is one of my personal favorites and I hope you’ll enjoy yours!! Please visit Tami’s website and fill out the Prize Claim Form!

Thank y’all so much for joining me today. Please visit all of the other incredibly talented ladies participating in the Blog Hop and don’t forget to leave comments for your chance to win a Looking Up Card Kit using the #stampitcontest. Winner will be drawn on June 24th!!!

List of Bloggers:

1. Tami White  
2. Mary Bush  
3. Luly Gonzalez  
4. Christina Miller  
5. Lori Mueller  
6. Pam Nichols – Just Dreamin’ Stamps  
7. Cindi Clarke  
8. Lori McBride  
9. Danette Herrera  
10. Oksana Semenska  
11. Gigi Melone  
12. Kim Quade  
13. Traci Raether  
14. Linda Cullen  
15. JaNette Hodges Howard  

Until next time, Happy Stampin’ Everyone!!

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