Friday, August 24, 2018

Father Knows Best with Gayatri

Hello and welcome back. Gayatri here with a Father’s Day card today. In Australia, Father’s day is 2nd of September. For the card, I used The write Stuff: Leave it to Dad stamp set to make my card.

gayatri_W&W Aug card #2

I used various Altenew inks to stamp an entire white panel using the speech bubble from the stamp set. Then I stamped the secondary sentiment inside each speech bubble using black ink. I trimmed the panel to 4x5.25 inch in size and adhered on a white card base using foam adhesive.

gayatri_W&W Aug card #2 closeup

For the focal point, I white heat embossed the frame and the silhouette images on heavy weight vellum, trimmed and adhered on the centre of the card front using foam adhesive hidden behind the silhouette embossed image.

gayatri_W&W Aug card #2 closeup1

Finally the main sentiment I white heat embossed on a strip of black cardstock and adhered below the white heat embossed silhouette image using foam adhesive. A few white Nuvo crystal drops to complete the card.

 gayatri_W&W Aug card #2 flat

I love the colourful background with all the white space and white embossed focal image. A different father’s day card. Hope you enjoyed it. Thanks for visiting. w&w supplies listed below.

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  1. Awesome card! Love the colourful stamped background in combination with the white heat-embossed vellum.

  2. Really an awesome card ! loved those cheerful colored speech bubbles .

  3. Unique and totally creative!!! Love the white embossed vellum used as an overlay.
    <3 J

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  4. Wow.. love the Background and the embossing on the vellum! What a unique design.

  5. A perfect masculine card! The bright, happy background is just perfect for the great embossed vellum piece! Thanks so much for sharing!

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