Happy Father’s Day!

Boyd- FAV (Watermark)

Boyd- inside FAV (Watermark)

¬†Father’s Day is tomorrow!

Dan holds Conner- FAV B&W

While Scrap booking,

I found this photo of Dan & my son… it melts my heart!!!

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What do you have planned for Father’s Day?

I have something EXTRA special!

DRUM ROLL…

I am having a baby!

I will be induced for Father’s Day.

What a gift for daddy!


I am giving my hubby a

PAPER WALLET CARD!

(Besides a baby, of course!)

Dan- FAV (Watermark)

Father's Day- Dan FAV

My hubby is always sporting a great wallet!

I first saw a wallet card on Pinterest by Gosia Mackinnon forever ago.

I finally made it! It was so fun, I also made one for my dad with different colors!

I wish I could show you these in person, they’re amazing to open.

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Dan & Boyd- FAV (watermark)

I am entering it into this weeks TGIF Challenge,

especially since I may not be able to do too many challenges, for a bit!

TGIF Challenge 112- Man Card

Click Here to visit TGIF!

Keep reading to see a full tutorial of how to make your guy a Wallet Card!

Dan- Inside FAV (Watermark)

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First, supplies to gather:

  1. Card Stock (I used Soft Suede, Whisper White and Basic Black)
  2. Designer Series Paper (DSP) (I used the Wood Textures & Coffee Break)
  3. Ink: Soft Suede, Early Espresso, Momento Black ink
  4. Foam Adhesive Strips
  5. Window Sheets
  6. 1-1/4″ Circle Punch & P.L. Corner Punch (retired)
  7. Big Shot: Layering Squares Dies, Little Letters Dies (retired) and 3-D Hexagons Emboss Folder
  8. Heat Tool, Versamark, Emboss Buddy, White Emboss Powder
  9. Stamp Sets: Guy Greetings, Timeless Textures, Love you Sew (retired) & Labeler Alphabet
  10. Gold or Silver Foil Sheets
  11. Tear & Tape
  12. Embellishments (I used Faceted Gems and Urban Underground- retired)
  13. Glue Dots & Dimensionals

Father's Day- Supplies (ink) FAV

Father's Day- Supplies

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How to make the outside:

  1. Cut card base at 3-1/2″ by 8-1/2″, Score at 4-1/4″ (makes 3 cards per page!)
  2. Distress the wood grain DSP with a sponge and ink. You will have a front piece, back piece and 3-1/4″ strip.
  3. Cut & distress a strip of the wood grain at 3-1/4″ by 4-1/2″.
  4. Your front piece of DSP is cut at 3″ by 4-1/2″. You will score this at 4-1/4″ and glue.
  5. Your back piece is 3-1/2″ by 4-1/4″.
  6. Stamp the stitches or draw them on.
  7. With the Big Shot, emboss your foil sheet with the Hexagons Emboss Folder (use only 1 cutting pad). Tear top and glue to the front.
  8. Cut out your guy’s initials for the back (with foil sheet) & Glue, optional.
  9. Heat emboss your saying on black and use a dimensional to place.
  10. Make the tab to open and close with an scrap of distressed Wood Texture DSP. Cut at 5/8″ by 2-1/4″, round edges with PL Corner Punch (retired).

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How to make the Inside (Photo Frame):

  1. Cut DSP at 3″ by 3-5/8″ and distress.
  2. Cut a window with the Big Shot & Size 1-7/8″ square from Layering Squares Dies.
  3. Add Tear & Tape on all of the inner sides of the back (see photo below) & place Window Sheet (size 2-1/2″ by 2-1/2″).
  4. Cut a photo at 2-1/8″ by 2-1/4″. * note: you may cut many photos & easily slide them in & out for a change.
  5. Add Adhesive strips, *use a photo to place correctly. I added a small amount to the outsides as well.
  6. Adhere.

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How to make the inside: (Note, Money or Gift Card Holder)

  1. Cut DSP at 1-3/4″ by 3-3/4″ & distress. Make sure your gift card will fit.
  2. Use the 1-1/4″ Punch to punch out 1/3rd circle on DSP.
  3. Emboss your saying with white powder on black CS. Add a dimensional.
  4. On the back, add adhesive foam strips to outer edge.
  5. Adhere. Cut a note card out of white CS or place money/gift card.

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Father's Day-Boyd Inside FAV

That wraps up my photo tutorial!¬† I’d like to film a YouTube Video in the future as well.

I hope these instructions help you make this fun card.

Our Father’s are special!

Show them some love this weekend!

Father's Day- Back- Intitals

 

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