Wednesday, June 8, 2016


Father's Day

I die cut my base panel with Lawn Fawns largest stitched rectangle die from a light brown paper, I use this die for like every card that I do, its just really nice to not have to worry about getting my panel straight and I know that it will fit on my card front. I then cut a 1 inch strip from black paper and put that kinda in the middle. Eh, I can't get anything straight! LOL!

The small square was die cut from some actual wood paper that I got from MFT in the April card kit, I like it, its pretty cool cuz it's like a sheet of wood. I figured it would be some good texture for my card. 

I used Lawn Fawns new Dad+Me set, it is really adorable! I stamped the big moose and then stamped the funny glasses on top, I was really happy that I did not have to do any masking. I colored him in with Zig Clean Color markers. I die cut a circle around my funny moose. I added some Virginia Turtle glitter enamel dots.

I stamped the sentiment from the stamp set with Simon Says Stamp black ink.

My dad is gonna LOVE this card! I told my sister about it while she was visiting last weekend and thought it was hilarious! It's gonna be good!

Now, Get Out There and Create Something Amazing!! 


  1. HA!! That is funny, and a cute card. I love me some Moose images!!

    1. Thank you! Like too cute right!? Ha ha ha!

  2. I love your card, it's so cute! The colours work so well and it's a great take on the sketch.

  3. Hi Fawn!
    This is FABULOUS! I am so glad that I found your sweet blog. I would love to have you share this with us at these two challenge blogs. They're both always Anything Goes, and you can win some awesome prizes at both challenges. I really hope that you will stop by and link up with us.
    Karen Letchworth, Challenge Coordinator
    Word Art Wednesday

  4. Such a great and fun card. Love the sentiment !

    Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge this week.

    Jo x

  5. Fawn, you are really creative and sensoble to show true Dad! Your work touched my heart.