A Father’s Day Card for my Husband.
My husband loves golf. (I mean, he LOVES GOLF!)
So, once a year, on Father’s Day weekend, I give my husband the gift
of a guilt-free weekend. Don’t get me wrong; he has many other
guilt-free weekends throughout the year.
It’s just that this one is “guaranteed” to be guilt-free.
- Maker’s Movement M13316 Cheers Die Set*
- Maker’s Movement Alphabet Die Set*
- Maker’s Movement Mini Maker Die Cutting Machine*
- White Liquid Applique*
- Speedball Brayer*
- Marvy Uchida Heat Tool*
- Xyron Create a Sticker Mini*
- Double Sided Adhesive Craft Foam*
- Champagne Metallic Cardstock
- White Cardstock
- Patterned Scrapbook Paper
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To make a more realistic-looking foam, I used White Liquid Applique*.
- Squirt the liquid applique onto a piece of white cardstock.
- Use a Brayer* to spread out the liquid applique.
- Allow the liquid applique to dry.
- To raise the liquid applique, heat with a heat tool.
- Using the Cheers Die Set*, die-cut the paper with the foam die.
For easy assembly, run the paper through the Xyron Create a Sticker Mini*.
It adds a thin layer of adhesive to the back of the paper and makes adding small letters a breeze.
For added dimension, use adhesive craft foam under the beer mug and the word “Cheers”.
It’s the perfect card for my husband.
This is his perfect weekend.
After golfing, he grabs a cold one while he sits and watches golf on the television.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for The Maker’s Movement*. I have been provided product and compensation in exchange for my creative ideas. The view and opinions are my own.