I'm so far behind on showing cards. This is my father-in-law's Father's Day card. I was stumped on what kind of card to make for him this year. He doesn't have a lot of hobbies other than playing a guitar, and I have made so many cards with guitars on them that I decided to back away from the guitars. :o) So, I instead went with a cup of coffee, which is something he also enjoys. The colors on this card are also unusual, but in the end, I liked the combo. Here are the details as I remember them (since it's been at least 3 weeks since I made this card):
Size: 4 1/2" x 6 1/2"
Card Stock: Bazzill, American Crafts and DCWV
Patterned Papers: DCWV (Dots, Stripes and Plaids Stack)
Coffee Cup: Wall Decor Cricut cartridge cut at 3"
Background Label: Nestabilities and then embossed with my Cuttlebug
Parenthesis: Dots, Stripes and Plaids chipboard set
Sentiment: Computer generated and then cut with a Spellbinders Fleur de Lis Doily Accents die I added a little Stickles around the outside edge.
Stars: George Cricut cartridge for the two larger stars and a McGill punch for the small star. I embossed the largest star with my Cuttlebug.
Border Punch: Fiskars
If you click on the picture, you really do get a better look at the card.
Thanks for looking and for your comments. Happy Wednesday!