Last Minute Father’s Day Card

June 16th will be here before you know it! Share your appreciation of Dad with this easy DIY card. The best Father’s Day cards come from the heart, a handmade one-of-a-kind card is the perfect memoir to keep for years to come.

DIY Father's Day Card

Let's get started making your very own Father’s Day card!

Supplies needed:

  • Ellison® Prestige™ Pro Machine (#19101) or Ellison® SuperStar™ Excel Machine Only w/Extended Sliding Tray & Sliding Adapter Pad (#30650)
  • Sizzix® Bigz™ - Award (#A10106)
  • Ellison® SureCutDie - Borders (#16714-DC)
  • Sizzix Accessory - Cardstock (#663007)
  • Square Adhesive Pads
  • White Card
  • Iridescent Card
  • Adhesive Gems
  • White Pen
  • Glue

Instructions:

  1. Die-cut a strip of red, blue and green card using the star Border die. This will leave you with a selection of red, blue and green stars.
  2. Die-cut three rosettes, using the Award die from light red, dark red and blue cardstock.
  3. Next cut the ribbons from the light red rosette and adhere them onto the dark red rosette.
  4. Cut the center circle from the blue award and write ‘No.1 Dad’ using the white pen.
  5. Use square adhesive pads to stick the ‘No.1 Dad’ circle onto the rosette.
  6. Use the adhesive squares to adhere the rosette on to the white card so that it is raised.
  7. Decorate the white space of the card with your red, blue and green stars in an arrangement of your choice.
  8. Add your adhesive gems amongst the stars.
  9. Adhere the white card onto blue card using the square adhesive pads.
  10. Finally, adhere the blue card to the iridescent folded card.

DIY Father's Day Card

Watch the video below for a step-by-step tutorial!

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