I saw the idea for this top card online somewhere. No doubt it was Pinterest but didn't take note of who made the original. It is such a fun card. You slide the piece of angled card stock on the left out and the dude moves along under each of the hats. So darn clever and cute.
Update - Thank you to Maria Willis for letting me know it was her that I cased this card from. I really should make a note of where I see some of my ideas. But I think I get distracted by the next pretty thing too easily to stop and take note. So check out Maria's original post with a video to boot of her version of this card
This spinner card has been made hundreds of times by countless people, so this is not an original idea of mine either..lol...But it is just too cute. The anchor moves around the circle. This can be a bit tricky to get right. I don't have the Stampin' Up! circle framelits and used another brand I already owned. But I think the gap between the sizes was a bit big. I must get the Stampin' Up! framelits and have another go. This one works but I am not 100% happy with it. Oh well, I guess you live and learn. The ladies in class still loved it.
For this card, the ladies needed to create their patterned paper by randomly stamping some of the images from the set. It was lots of fun and everyone's card was unique.
This set is amazing. Not only does it cover Father's Day, but also Birthday and the other greetings in the set can be used for any occasion. Plus it covers Father's, Dad's, Husband's, Brother's, Grandpa's and Uncle's. Seriously every male in your family is covered. Plus lots of common interests, like fishing, classic cars and even the tool tinkering males in your life.
As always, you can order any supplies used on this project in my online store. The hostess code to apply for August is TWPQ39WD
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