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Make your Father’s Day POP

The ladies attending my classes are all ready for Father’s Day. 

What do you think of the apron?  I typed the words and printed on our A4 Very Vanilla.  (I made sure that my printer was set to ‘thick paper’.  Then I was able to cut out 6 Aprons from one sheet.  If you haven’t got a Father’s Day stamp, this card might help you out.

I actually changed the Class Card – instead of different words for Father, I made one that had Father’s day, etc.  I also, changed the wording to ‘Happy Birthday, for a male birthday.

Totally Tools

Totally Tools

STAMP SET:  Totally Tools

INK: Chocolate chip (stamping out the tools and sponging the edges)

PAPER:  Close to Cocoa (Base), Very Vanilla, Chocolate Chip, Vellum, Metallic – Silver (Sure makes realistic washers)

PUNCHES: Oval Wide, Oval Large, 1/2″ round, 1/4″ hand punch

ACCESSORIES:  sponge, crimper, mat pack, piercer, Needle and brown thread, copper wire (6″ cut into three 2″ for the hooks)

APRON:  3 1/4″ x 3 7/8″

FOR TOOLS:  2″ x 11″  Stamp all the images, cut out.  Sponge edges.

VELLUM: 2 1/2″ x 1 1/2″ for the pocket.  Fold in half and pierce around the ‘pocket’ and down the centre.  Sew onto the apron. 

HANGING BOARD:  Chocolate Chip, 2″ x 5 1/4″, crimp (landscape) Scrap (crimp for Large Oval)

Close up

Close up

Those washers really do look like metal washes!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inside

Inside

The last tool in the set – tape measure  and the words – just finishes off this card. 
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2 thoughts on “Make your Father’s Day POP

  1. Hi Olga, I love, love, LOVE this card….. you’re so clever, I never would have thought of the tool apron…
    xx Tina

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