blue ribbon fathers day card

New Blue Ribbon Card Sketch

blue ribbon fathers day card
I was going through my card stash and ran across an old card that became the sketch inspiration for this Blue Ribbon card.  I made this card for my husband for father’s day.  Using the card design sketch and the color coach to choose a masculine palette this came together very quickly.

card sketch

This is the card that acted as the design inspiration.  With the Blue Ribbon card I covered the front panel completely with the ‘best’ ribbon.  I also left the corners square on the tab for a more masculine effect.

blue ribbon fathers day card

The design of the blue ribbon makes it super easy to put together with coordinating punches.  And I’ve used this stamp set a lot for masculine cards this year.  It tends to lend itself to a masculine design.   You can see how I punched out this star burst in Early Espresso with the scallop punch here.

blue ribbon fathers day card

Here’s the card recipe:
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Stamps:  Blue Ribbon wood-mount #125979 or clear-mount #125981, Hearts a Flutter wood-mount #131922 or clear-mount #129252
Ink: Marina Mist #126962, Tangerine Tango #126946, Early Espresso #126974
Paper: Whisper White cardstock #100730, Marina Mist #119682, Tangerine Tango #111349, Early Espresso #119686
Extras:  2-3/8″ Scallop Circle punch #118874, 1-3/4″ Scallop Circle punch #119854, 1-3/8″  Circle punch #119860,  Vintage Trinkets #118764, Paper Snips #103579, Dimensionals #104430
 

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This made a great father’s day card, but it could also make a wonderful masculine birthday or graduation card.

Enjoy!  Julie

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