Monday, June 16, 2014

Xyron & Craftwell Summer Blog Hop!

Xyron & Craftwell Summer Blog Hop!

Welcome to the Xyron & Craftwell Summer Blog Hop! 

Today, I have a cute simple Father's Day card for those special men in our lives. 

But first things first! 


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Ok, so Happy Belated Father's Day! I created this card for my husband and amazing father, and it was really simple to make! Here is a video tutorial I followed. 

Anyway, I was totally in the mood for embossing, by my husband would have thought the shirt card looked 'wrinkled' (he's not into crafts), so to avoid him scratching his head, I made it simple! But added some gold stars I cut with my eBosser, because if there is one thing my husband is, it is a Texan at heart! So, I needed to do something to represent that!

I cut everything with my digital die cutter and used the Xyron mega runner to glue things down and the Teresa Collins/Xyron sticker maker to glue down the stars and the word 'Dad'

i love to use the sticker maker on tiny details! it always does a great job gluing down the tiny delicate stuff!


Here is a close up^ He loved his card! He thought it was clever and cute! :) The kids now want me to make more so they can pretend to have tiny clothes! Haha, they crack me up!

Thank you so much for hopping! Be sure to enter Craftwell's Giveaway at the end of this hop!

They are giving away 12 folders from Craftwell's embossing folder collection! I own about 4 and LOOOOOOVEEEEE them!

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27 comments

  1. fun project thanks for inspiration & chance to win

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  2. Jazmin this card is so adorable and perfect for father's day!! :) lol, small clothes, not a bad idea!

    xoxox

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  3. Love the shirt. Xyron does make things much easier when it comes time to glue down little pieces.
    thanks for sharing.

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  4. Terrific Father's day shirt card! Love the gold stars especially!

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  5. I've seen this card on Facebook and had wondered how to make it. Thank you for sharing the instructions! I like how you add the stars to represent your husband's personality.

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  6. Very cool Father's Day card! Love it!

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  7. Cute shaped card!
    Came out really fun
    looking.
    Carla from Utah

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  8. I know my dad would love to receive a card like this.
    Thanks for sharing it with us.

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  9. Awesome idea, love this !!!!, delighted to be hopping with you this week.

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  10. What a fabulous card! So classy!

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  11. VERY cute and very creative. :):)

    Sue
    http://suek86401.blogspot.com/

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  12. Super fun Father's Day idea! Or even just masculine for that matter!!! Happy to be in this hop with you!!

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  13. Fabulous Fathers Day Card and what a fun hop so far.

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  14. Card could be used for birthdays too. Cute!

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  15. What a neat card, I love that it looks like a shirt! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  16. Love it! The shirt and tie is perfect for a man's card!

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  17. Fun card with the additional star embellishments on the tie, just makes the tie pop more. Love your comment about his being a true Texan. Nice tutorial and work.

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  18. Love the awesomeness of each project

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  19. What a fun Father's Day card!

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  20. Very cute card. My first thought was that it looks like a clip-on tie and made me smile. How cute is the pink Xyron machine!

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