I am really excited about this whole week of Father’s Day projects! My father is a Golf Pro, so while planning out this week I have been pretty stuck on all the wonderful things offered in the Sports Mania cartridge. However, I know that not all guys have a profession that they get to play their favorite sport everyday; some men don’t even like sports! That is why I decided to make this card. It could relate to just about any father.
- Size: 1 1/4
- Text: d a d 
Paper and Material:
- Bazzil Basics 1 pound paper pack using: Yellow, green, orange, red, and gray
- Basics Kraft Paper Pad using: Ledgers and dots.
- S.E.I. En Route paper
- Tim Holtz Fragments: Tiles
- White Cardstock
- Mod Podge
- Sponge Brush
- Quick Dry Tacky Glue
This card is very easy to make however, the final product appears complicated and dimensional. The first thing I did was cut the a 6 x 12 white sheet of cardstock and fold in half using a bone folder. Then I cut a 6×6 sheet of S.E.I En Route paper, which I used the green side. I adhered the green sheet to the front of the white card.
Then I took my selected Fragment tiles and used Mod Podge to adhere the tiles to selected pieces of paper. I left the largest tile out to complete later. Let dry.
I used my Cricut to cut out [Dad] using a yellow piece of Bazzil paper for the regular font, and a green piece of paper for the shadow. I glued the letters together, and then glued to my brown sheet of S.E.I. En Route paper. I carefully Mod Podged the largest tile and centered it over the [Dad].
After the Mod Podge dried, I carefully cut out the tiles. I simply glued these tiles down to my Green S.E.I. En Route paper, and tada! A wonderful card made just for Dad!
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