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How to Personalize a Birthday Card for Dad

Handmade Birthday Card for Dad

Hello Friends,

My Dad's Birthday is coming up next month and I thought that it might be fun to personalize his Birthday Card this year.  The key to making great guy cards is simplicity.  Fluff is out when making cards for the guys in your life.  Dad's Birthday Card started with the striking Broadway Bound Designer Paper.  The black, white and gold candles are a fabulous way to start a Birthday Card.


Handmade Personalized Birthday Card

To compliment the Broadway Bound Paper.  I cut a gold foil and a whisper white oval with my Layering Ovals Dies.  Next, it was time to stamp.  To personalize Dad's Card, I used the Make a Difference stamps to spell out Dad.  The Happy Birthday and the party blowout were stamped with the Picture Perfect Birthday stamps.  I gold embossed the party blowout fringe and fussy cut my party toy to place it where I wanted it.  And the "fabulous at any age" was stamped with the Itty Bitty Greetings stamps.


Hand Stamped Card Idea by Robin Feicht

Inside I stamped a simple birthday sentiment from the Picture Perfect Party stamps and my Handmade Birthday Card for Dad was done!  So the next time you need a simple and quick card, pick a paper and start stamping.

 

Thanks so much for stopping by Stamping Country.  I love to hear from you.  Be sure to leave a comment below.

 

Have a fabulous day,

 Newfeichtsiggy

 

 

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