It’s Father’s Day today, so I get to make a card for my other half’s dad (only two months after his birthday. In keeping with the developing theme of making South Wales landscapes for him, this is a view of the beach by Port Talbot (technically there should be some buildings on the grass, but it looks prettier this way).
I didn’t have anything in my stash that was inspiring me to make a Father’s Day card for my other half’s dad so I went on the hunt for digi stamps; unfortunately my usual sources weren’t sparking my imagination. A quick search later and I came across Di’s Digi Stamps which looks like it will be a good source of images (I’ve already spotted a likely candidate for my mum’s birthday, if I can wait that long to use it). More importantly, I found a relaxed bear that would work well for Father’s Day.
Day seventeen of the second Daily Marker 30 day colouring challenge. It’s Father’s Day on Sunday and so it’s time to make a card for my other half’s dad.
Father’s Day card
Video: Gradient Stencil Inking at Jennifer McGuire Ink
Paula Pascual – all year round
Sizzix – framelits – circles 2
That Special Touch – chicken wire mask
Distress ink pad – peeled paint, old paper, tumbled glass, shaded lilac
Cosmic Shimmer – embossing powder – silver shine metallic
Cosmic Shimmer – embossing powder – arctic black aurora
Papermania – sparkling stars – assorted brights