You asked, and here’s a quick Fathers Day card to make. You can see exactly how to make it in my YouTube live replay!

Recently I sent a question out to my Facebook Group, Design with Jo VIPeeps asking what is the most challenging card to make.

The overwhelming response?

Masculine cards!

So I want to spend a little time with you over the next few posts and videos providing some ideas you can CASE for cards for the guys in your life. These are

  • quick to put together
  • geared in colours and styles for the fellas
  • incorporate interesting elements males won’t think are too “pretty”, and
  • feature some fun techniques so you have a ball creating!

This Dad’s Day card is ideal!

Quick Fathers Day Card to make
Masculine colours and a simple design are perfect for Fathers Day

I showcased the Gone Fishing bundle (161542) for this card, utilizing the greeting (which I love!) and image stamps and a couple of the diecuts for interest.

ANYone who loves the simplicity of sitting for hours in a boat on on the shore with a line in the water will appreciate the designs you make with this bundle.

Why do I Like Bundles?

For many reasons. Here are just a few. They:

  • already are fully coordinated by the artists at Stampin’ Up!
  • have multiple elements so you won’t get bored crafting, and
  • you can save 10% over the individual cost of the stamps and dies if you purchase them separately!

Take a closer look so you can see how many parts and pieces it has!

The sentiment stamps in particular drew me in to this set. The font is so different. A mix of fun with the little diamonds accenting the middle of some of the key words. And the writing font mimicking your own handwriting…but so much better!

What dad – or just plain old guy – wouldn’t love to get a card from you with these images?

If you like to get a deal AND love how bundles make it easy to create, take a quick peek at these double embossed peek through daisies card featuring the Cheerful Daisies Bundle. One for dad, one for mom!!

Quick Fathers Day Card to Make

This card goes together surprisingly quickly.

Click the triangle to see how to make it.

The waves die image was the very first thing I wanted to use from the set. I immediately pictured them along the bottom of a card.

There’s a couple little tricks to adding them you’ll want to know. Did you catch them in the video?

And even though it’s a guy card, the little bit of shimmer from the Soft Shimmer Specialty paper is perfect in the lures and heart.

Quick Fathers Day Card to make
See the grooves in the die cut waves,, just like the foam you see on rippling water!

You’ll also find a quick tip for the heart and the jute twine knot. Be sure to check it out!

Want to make one too?

Make This Masculine Card!

Cuttin’ It Up!

  • Crumb Cake – 4 1/4″” x 11″, scored at 5 1/2″”, 3 3/4″ x 5″
  • Pretty Peacock – 4″ x 5 1/4″, large scraps at least 3″ x 5″
  • Lost Lagoon – large scrap at least 3″ x 5″
  • Pebbled Path – large scrap at least 3″ x 5″
  • Very Vanilla – scrap (cut from tackle box die in the set) – 1 3/4″ x 2″
  • Soft Shimmer paper (Pretty Peacock and Lost Lagoon) – small scraps
  • Silver foil – small scrap
  • Pebble d path – Jute Trim – one fibre, about 2″ long (see video for more info)

To make this card with the exact same supplies I used, make a ittle click here to pin, print or order it. It will ship directly to your home. I’m always thrilled to have you select me as your Canadian Stampin’ Up! demonstrator. Thank You!

The sample I made featured a different colour palette.

Quick Fathers Day Card to make
Simple blues make a water themed design for dad

Which card do you like the best? The blue or greens?

Click here to leave a comment.

Grab your supplies for this quick Fathers Day card to make – or change up the greeting and have a perfect masculine card for so many occasions!