It is a bank holiday here in England and as usual for a bank holiday it is a grey, wet, miserable day. I have ventured out to do some food shopping but otherwise I am staying in where it is warm and dry.
This is a Father's day card I made for my children to give to their dad in June -
This is the first shaker card I have made and unfortunately I think I needed to clean the acetate with an anti-static bag because the little die cut keep sticking to the acetate. You live and learn.
For this card I have used -
- Man of the moment stamp and die set from Papercraft essentials magazine (also where the inspiration for the card came from)
- Spectrum Noir pens - EB2, EB3, EB5 and EB8
- Sheena stamping card
- blueprint sketch, wilted violet and salted ocean distress inks
- grape jelly and Danube blue Memento ink
- scraps of blue, light blue, black, white and orange card
- acetate from Crafter's Companion
- stars mirri from Hunkydory
- Tonic layering squares and circles die sets
The sentiment came with the magazine.
I created the background by applying the distress inks first and then stamping the stars randomly over the background.
That's all from me today. Enjoy the rest of your day.