This is an updated Blog post! I realized that this card was a huge favorite on my Pinterest Board!
I was very pleased that so many loved it! And while I posted it in time for Father’s Day it can be made for anytime of the year! If you are looking for a Great Manly Card this is a great card!
I posted this tutorial May 7, 2015 and even though the papers I used are not available any more you could use any of the Designer Papers you may have. My favorite one right now is from the Occasions Catalog!
Urban Underground Specialty Designer Series Paper
So many designs, so many colors, so many uses.
I was so excited about this that I ran off to my craft room and made one using the Urban Underground Specialty Designer Series Papers!
POSTED MAY 2015 – Father’s Day is coming!Whether you celebrate with your Dad or anyone that you know that is a Dad this is a cute card!
You can even change the sentiment for other occasions, such as Birthday when you need a Manly Card!
I know for me Manly cards can be hard to make!As a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator we receive a magazine every two months called Stampin’ Success. It features tips and tricks for Demonstrators. Love this magazine!
The most recent one had this cute card
for Father’s Day. However, It didn’t have the
instructions so I had fun figuring out how to make it!
I made several of them as a matter of fact!
Notice the scraps of paper I used for the pocket?
I also used a scrap of paper for the “thread” in the button!
For the insert this is how I made it.
You have to have an Envelope Punch Board to make this card!!!
Cut the cardstock 7 7/8″ x 7 7/8″ for the Vest.
I also just had to make a video
I hope you enjoy!
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