Learn How to Make a Quick Father’s Day Card

 

By Neva Cole 

Today I will be demonstrating how to make a quick multi-layered card using three stamps and VersaColor and StazOn inks.  This tone on tone card is a simple way to create a wonderful card for the Father in you life.

 

Skill: Beginner

Time: 30 Minutes

 

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Directions:

 

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Step 1

Stamp the sentiment in VersaMark Mountain Lake and heat emboss with Sparkle Embossing Powder.  Then die cut the sentiment with Lawn Fawn Everyday Sentiment Banners.

 

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Step 2

Use VersaColor Mountain Lake and stamp the “Tape Measure” and the “Love Beyond Measure” around the perimeter of an A-2 card base.  Ink the edges of a 3 1/2″ x 4 5/8″.  Stamp the Tape Measure in StazOn Ink in in Jet Black, die cut with matching die.

 

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Step 3

Pressure emboss the 3 1/2″ x 4 5/8″ with Spellbinders Maze Embossing Folder.  Lightly ink with Seafoam.  Stamp the the Love Beyond Measure on card front.

 

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Step 4

Assemble the card with dimensional foam adhesive and enjoy!

 

 

Art Supplies

Imagine

VersaMark: Mountain Lake, Seafoam

StazOn-Jet Black

Embossing Powder-Sparkle

 

Other

Hero Arts CL1498 Holiday Sentiments

Technique Tuesday What a Guy Stamp and Die

Lawn Fawn Everyday Sentient Banner

Spellbinders Maze Embossing Folder

 

Make a Father’s Day Card with Gorgeous Textures and Dimension

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By Jowilna Nolte 

For Father’s day I a pulling out some of my favourite products from Imagine and creating gorgeous textures and dimension. Shades of blue gives card a fun but masculine feel and the shimmer adds just that bit of elegance – perfect for even the hardiest of men.

Skill Level: Intermediate

Time: 45minutes including drying time

Directions:

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Step 1

Use a variety of Memento Luxe inks in shades of blue and blend a background.
Tape your stencil to your smooth white cardstock to hold it in place.
Blend the darkest shade of blue Nautical Blue and then Teal Zeal.

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Step 2
Blend some Bahama Blue – remember to overlap onto the previous colour to get a nice blended effect.

TIP: For seamless blending I vary the pressure I apply. When blending over the previous colour I have a very light hand ensuring I only blend the colour instead of replacing it.

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Step 3

Lastly, I blend some Grey Flannel right at the bottom of my card.

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Step 4

While my stencil is still in place I apply a thin layer of Creative Medium over the entire panel.
You can also get creative and tape off some shaped areas like I did here.
While the Creative Medium is still wet, lightly sprinkle with clear frosted glitter before removing the stencil carefully. Leave the paste to dry – as the medium dries it keeps the glitter in place.

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Step 5

Punch a large vellum circle. Use Memento Markers to add a stamped element onto smooth white cardstock and punch into a circle.

Stamp a sentiment using VersaFine Clair and trim to size. Assemble your elements to the stencilled background once dry and adhere the panel to a folded card. Finish off with diamante and enamel dots.

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The embossing powder adds some glamour and shine to this simple yet fun card. Just like the couple – fun colours combined together with a touch of glam and pizazz.
Mboss embossing powder really takes any project t the next level. Available in a  huge variety of colours they truly are amazing.

So many fun products used for a simple but striking card.

Art Supplies

Imagine

VersaFine Clair Nocturne

Memento Luxe Nautical Blue

Memento Luxe Teal Zeal

Memento Luxe Bahama Blue

Memento Luxe Grey Flannel

Jumbo Dauber

Creative Medium

Palette Knife 

Craft Mat

Other

Smooth white cardstock
Vellum
Stamps: Joy Clair, PSX
Clear frosted glitter: American Crafts
Foam Tape: Kaisercraft

Father’s Day Call for Art

Call for Father’s Day Art

Father’s Day is coming up and we would love to open our blog and Instagram up to papercrafts and cardmaking projects for Father’s Day.

Submit an attractive 600 x 600-pixel square or 900 x 900-pixel square photo of your project, a short description, and a link to your Instagram profile or blog to marketing@imaginecrafts.com. Submissions are due by Wednesday, June 17th, 2020

We will review all submissions and post a collection in one blog post and will share it on our social media platforms. Potential reach = 10,000 followers.

Create a Father’s Day Scenic Card with VersaFine Clair Inks

by Jessica Lin

Create a Father's Day Scenic Card with VersaFine Clair Inks

Hi everyone! Father’s Day is right around the corner and I’m here to share a simple, masculine card idea with you. It features a forest and lake scene that has a watercolor look, but it’s done completely through stamping! I’ve also shown how you can stretch your ink pads by using second generation stamping. It’s an easy technique that allows you to create different shades of the same color even if you’re just using one colored ink.

Skill: Beginner
Time: 20 minutes

Directions

Supplies

Imagine

VersaFine Clair – Cheerful, Shady Lane, Rain Forest, Blue Belle, Acorn
• Craft Mat
Tear It! Tape

Other

• Stampin’ Up – Waterfront stamp set, Labeler Alphabet stamp set
• Cardstock – white, kraft. printed
• Acrylic Block
• Sentiment stamp

Get Wild with Two Wonderful Handmade Cards

“Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air.”

Ralph Waldo Emerson

We are lucky to have two beautiful nature themed cards that show off our color of the month Tangerine. These two designs are insanely awesome craft inspiration for the nature lover in your life. Elina Stromberg uses a Spellbinders stamp and die set to show an owl in mid flight. Neva Cole uses Local King’s Wolves rubber stamps and die set to create a majestic looking Father’s Day card.

Tangerine Love: Living In The Sunshine by Elina Stromberg

Our color of the month is the beautiful, blazing Tangerine. For a tangerine mixed media project, there were several wonderful and inspiring Imagine products to choose from; this time I decided to go with irRESISTible and Fireworks! And loved to see how well they worked together.

I started with scribbling with a Dandelion irRESISTible Pico Embellisher and while it was still wet I sprayed a layer of Tangelo Fireworks color. I dried the paper with my heat gun, pushing the color around the page. Once dry I applied more texture with Tangelo irRESISTible texture spray; that combination of shimmering color and tangerine textures looks just so cool!

Matching all the different pieces was an enjoyable part of this project. For coloring the piece of lace in the background, I used Fireworks again. The light and soft finish was achieved by misting the paper with plain water before applying a thin layer of Tangelo Fireworks. Since Fireworks is a dye ink, it works well with watercoloring theories. Images were stamped with Memento ink and colored with alcohol-based ProMarkers. The Spellbinders stamp set comes with matching dies, so cutting the images did not take any time at all. I thought that the quote text matched the project theme so well: ‘Live in the sunshine. Drink the wild air’ by Emerson. I love this quote! It expresses my warm summer thoughts exactly!

Supplies

Imagine
Other

 


 

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Wolves & Nature Themed Father’s Day Card by Neva Cole

Summer time brings a few holidays to celebrate with Father’s Day starting off the fun! I am so pleased with how this card came together with the lovely colors of the Kaleidacolor Cappuccino Delight ink pad. The focal image is stamped on glossy cardstock in StazOn Timber Brown and die cut with the matching die. Using the same Kaleidacolor pad, I inked up a Fantastix and detailed around the main wolf image starting on the lightest color of the 5-color pad and worked to the darkest. To lighten and move the ink around, I used a bit of Ink Potion No. 9 sprayed on the craft mat and picked up with the Fantastix. The background is brayered on glossy cardstock and stamped in colors from the Cappuccino Delight palette. The wolves in the background are stamped in StazOn Jet black.

This card is a perfect theme for Dad’s out there who like getting outdoors and enjoying what nature has to offer.

Supplies

Imagine
Other

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Nautical Pops!

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A Card for Him by Penny Ward

Father’s Day is tomorrow! If you need a touching last minute card, our Artists in Residence have you covered with a variety of nautical inspired masculine cards suitable for any father figure.

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A Father’s Love by Renee Zarate           Nautical Father’s Day by Linda Lucas

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