Happy Fathers Day: How to Video

Hi everyone! I’m here today with another Father’s Day card, and this time, I have a HOW TO video to go along with it! πŸ™‚

I kept it pretty flat because I am mailing it, and I am super cheap and didn’t want to pay for the extra postage, lol!!! Here is a look at the back, added a bit of washi tape (did that off camera) for some more added color.

I used a lot of Lawn Fawn stamps and Hero Arts Shadow inks on this card so be sure to check out the supply list below!!!! I hope everyone has a great weekend. My weekend will be filled with memories, but sad all at the same time…..

Supplies:

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5 thoughts on “Happy Fathers Day: How to Video

  1. Great card & video!
    Cute nail polish πŸ˜‰
    I heard something about you making another video on the difference between regular inks and shadow inks!! INTERESTING
    I heard a lot about those shadow inks, never used it before though.
    Thanks for sharing!!
    Looking forward to the next video!

  2. Very cute card! I love this stamp set!! I like how you added that piece of washi tape to the back… it does bring it to life! And I really need to try out those shadow inks. Definitely on my wish list right now!! Where did you get those sentiments again (“No, don’t trash me…”)?

  3. Cute video and even cuter card!!!
    The nails look fabulous and I’ve been wondering about those shadow ink too so will be watching out for that video πŸ™‚

  4. I love the nail polish.. its so weird wearing nail polish after years.. I keep seeing the ends of my fingers.. like I never noticed they were there. Sorry to hear you are feeling sad, maybe the memories are a gift sort of?
    The card is great! I really like those little hidden or unexpected things that you get when you open a card.. like the little strip of washi on the back, I try to include one tiny thing like that on each card (or on the envelope) I make.. like a little secret that you share just with the receiver. I think it shows how much you care about the person getting the card (or in some cases the person buying the card). Thank you for sharing πŸ™‚

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