The other day I was searching all over to find a tutorial on those oh-so-cute shirt and tie cards when I ran across something even better…A tutorial for a card front that looks like a suit. It is PERFECT for Father’s day! I made this one for my Father- In-Law (still trying to come up with a card for my dad).
In this card I also incorporated the colors from the Curtain Call Color Challenge Act 34. (Can you believe that Dusty Durango and Rich Razzleberry look good together??!!)
I think this turned out just perfect. While my father-in-law dresses nice he is not a “formal” guy, so this more casual card, with the off-beat colors is such a better fit! I’m really liking this one and I am likely to make more “suit” cards in the future.
Project 32 of 365: Father’s Day Suit
- Basic Gray Textured
- Dusty Durango DSP
- Sahara Sand
- Whisper White
- Rich Razzleberry
- All Holidays
- Basic Gray Corduroy Buttons
- Mini Glue Dots
- Whisper White Satin Ribbon
- Snail Adhesive
- Tombow Multi Glue
For more info on the Curtain Call Color Challenge click on the picture below:
To get the tutorial for the suit card is made by Jackie Topa. Click HERE to see it.
I’ll Be back for more soon!