Happy Fathers Day! Here is a fun card to make!

Hi friends! I just got back from visiting my dad for father’s day, we all went out to dinner and visited for a while. It was nice to get together with my parents, sister and to let the cousins play (my little nephew looked confused when I called his grampa ‘dad’  “Hey, that’s my mom’s dad!” he said LOL! Hmmm, if he does not realize that his mom and I are sisters I probably need to visit more! As soon as I saw this birch tree forest stamp from Rubbernecker at the stamp show earlier this month I knew I wanted to make this card:


The technique is so useful, quick and fun that I had to share it with you! As a bonus at the end of this video you can see the project that my daughter Maizy made while I was making these cards! She is so funny, she pretends she is makign a video whenever she crafts. Like mother like daughter LOL! 🙂

Ink: Archival black, Tea Dye brown Distress (Ranger) and Lawn Fawn Inks in Green, yellow and orange
Cream and kraft cardstock
sponges for blending (I used make-up sponges)
wax or clear/white crayon

Tip, I used a knife to cut a pointy chunk of wax off of the hunk of canning wax, it will help you have control where you apply it. You can also use a white crayon or save a clear crayon from an egg decorating kit too. Any wax will work for this. I hope you give this technique a try and til next time happy crafting!

14 thoughts on “Happy Fathers Day! Here is a fun card to make!

  1. Wow, very nice card, and your daughter’s journal is awesome… fab job. She should show her creation more often. My 3 are artist/crafters/creators too… great thing to do together.

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  2. Thank you for some more male ideas in making cards.looking forward to some tutorials in starting making stamping cards, especially starting supplies. They can become expensive when I started looking especially in Hawaii.

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  3. Loved the card and the journal. My favorite activity is crafting with my three-year-old granddaughter who likes to do her own thing while I craft. I’m always amazed at the creativity of children. Every child should have access to crafting items, it let’s then truly shine. Would love to see more of your children’s creations and a tutorial on how they did it.

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  4. I telyove the birch stamp card with wood background and buttons. I found it very manly and the colors are great! I watch all your videos and learn a lot. I wish you were my neighbor but I live in Wa and you live in Maine!

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  5. LOVED the whole video (and I don’t use the word “love” casually). I am one of the gals who wanted the birch trees stamp and so I enjoyed this card idea, and I also appreciate non-frou-frou ideas. Ah! I will remember that wax tip for the birch trees – clever! And I wrote the DIY blender idea on an index card – terrific!
    My girls are out of the house but still crafting – really wish we could do it together! Enjoy your children while they are with you, the time goes by too fast!

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  6. Nice card. I used to craft with my three boys when they were little. And now my middle son keeps wanting me to sky dive with him. I told him did he want me to have heart failure, Have a good week. Your daughter sounds very sweet. Just like her mother.

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  7. Hi Lindsay and Maizy 🙂
    Loved the card and journal. You two give us so much inspiration to craft; THANK YOU!!!!


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