Today I wanted to share the wonderful card that my daughter Beth, also a member of my downline, made for Father's Day. My husband was sooo happy when he opened it because not only is it a beautiful card, but it also contains a talking tag. We love every opportunity that we can get to hear from the Grandchildren.
I really should have taken a picture of Papa when he was listening to the message on the tag. His face lighted up and he played the message a number of times before the card was place on top of the television – the place of honor for cards received in our house!
1. The color palette is perfect for a masculine card.
2. A Hung Up Cute Clip helps to highlight the word "papa".
3. Stamping the "P" on a piece of colored cardstock punched out with the Artisan Label draws your eye immediately to the title.
4. The banners in different lengths and widths tie the card together – even the clip could be considered a banner.
5. The mini silver brads used on the sentiment balance the metal of the arrow clip.
6. The Chevron Embossing Folder adds texture while retaining the masculine flavor of the card.
7. The lined crumb cake envelope ties right back to the card.
After seeing this card, I am anxious to get my alphabet stamps out. Think of all the "word" possibilities!
Please leave a comment for Beth to let her know what you think of her card. Thanks for stopping by my blog today and thanks to Beth for sharing her card with us!
STAMPIN' UP! SUPPLIES USED:
stamps – Notable Alphabet 132047 wood, 126357 clear, One in a Million 132052 wood 126382 clear, 132047 wood
paper – Polka Dot Parade 126902, Midnight Muse, Old Olive, Crumb Cake
ink – Midnight Muse 126860
accessories – Chevron Embossing Folder 127749, Modern Label Punch 119849, Artisan Label Punch 130920, Hung Up Cute Clips 129389, 1/8" Mini Silver Brads 122941, Talking Tags 129723