Special Birthday Card that Will Wow the Men in Your Life
Hello Inkredible Friends!
Do any of the men in your life love to fish? Reel them in and impress them with this Stampin’ Up Best Catch Birthday card! Whether you want to make this birthday card for dad, or a birthday card for brother, or a birthday card for boyfriend…you can’t go wrong! It might be the Best Catch they make all day, LOL!
Be sure and scroll down for the video tutorial, measurements, and supply list. In this card video tutorial I will show you how I blended the colors for the ocean background as well as show you how I used my Stampin’ Blends to color and blend my trout fish!
The Stampin’ Up! Best Catch has a stamp set and coordinating die-cuts. The striped metallic ribbon I used on this card is perfect for any masculine card.
Special Birthday Card | Best Catch Video Tutorial
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Birthday Card- Best Catch Card Measurements and Instructions
Card Base- Basic Gray 5 1/2” X 8 1/2” Scored at 4 1/4”
Whisper White Layer Cut 5 1/4” X 4” Emboss with Seaside Textured Embossing Folder
Scrap Whisper White card stock for ‘Happy Birthday’ Sentiment. Stamp Sentiment in basic gray ink, use the coordinating rectangle stitched framelit or if you don’t have that just cut out a rectangle. Sponge the edges of the sentiment with basic gray ink if you’d like.
Scrap Whisper White card stock for Fish—stamp the fish using Tuxedo Black Memento Ink **Important to use Memento Ink when you want to color with Stampin’ Blends or any alcohol based marker. I used Petal Pink light Stampin’ Blends and the Granny Apple Green Stampin’ Blends to color my fish.
Whisper White Card Stock to cut out a 2 3/4” Circle using the layering circle dies and then sponge pineapple punch ink onto the circle to create a sunrise effect and then sponge balmy blue ink toward the bottom to create the water. You can then stamp the ‘water bubbles’ over the sponged area.
Smoky Slate card stock you’ll use the 2 7/8” layering circle and a size or two below that (depending on how wide you want your frame to be) and align the two up (smaller circle inside the larger circle as I show in the video tutorial) and cut them out with your big shot machine.
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