Father’s day card using the Stampin’ Up Party Hat Builder framelits to make the slice, then sponged red and yellow inks on it to represent the sauce. The pepperoni was made by sponging SU Dusty Durango ink on card stock and then cutting it with a 3/4″ punch. Once it was cut out, I used a paper blossom tool to break down the fibers which caused it to curl like pepperoni does. For the ground beef, I cut brown card stock with a 1/2″ punch and did the same with the paper blossom tool. Once the fibers were broken down, I rolled the paper into a ball in the palm of my hand. The green peppers were cut with a scallop die – I will do it different next time, as the green peppers on our pizza are normally rectangular. The onion was cut with circle dies. The crust is also part of the Party Hat Builder framelits.
Father’s Day card using multiple Stampscape stamps – Fisherman in Boat, Pine Island, Water Pattern, Ducks in Formation, Cattails, and Grass Textures
Father’s Day card using Stampin’ Up High Tide. Chairs are from Stampin’ Up Seasonal Layers thinlits dies. Sentiments are from Stampin’ Up Crazy About You. Covered layer with High Tide with vellum and then added the sandy layer with the chairs on top.
Father’s Day card using Stampin’ Up Seaside Shore set.
My sixth and final Father’s Day card, using Stampin’ Up High Tide
Father’s day card using Gina Marie Designs Loon die. Sponged background.
Father’s Day card for a golfer, using a circle punch and an embossing folder to give the ball the texture.
Father’s Day card using Stampin’ Up Nailed It for an expectant father, who is doing some renovations around their home.
Father’s day card for my son. Background stamp from Impression Obsession. Family die from Simon Says Stamp. Van is just clip art. People are my son, daughter-in-law and grandkids
Inside sentiment: “Wishing you a day that is every bit as special, loving and wonderful as you are Son! Enjoy every moment of their lives. Just like you, they will grow faster than you’ve ever imagined.”