Independent Stampin'Up! demonstrator for Surrey, Hmpshire and Berkshire

Wednesday, 10 June 2015

And Finally ...

So here is the last in this style of card. It suits a more formal gent! I created the pin stripe look by drawing the stripes onto some basic grey card stock. The tie was created using some satin ribbon (retired) and I used DSP (retired) to make the shirt. It is very easy to substitute alternative paper and ribbon to create your own suited gent!
Once you get started on these cards it can be hard to stop! Why not try an embossed card to create a "wooly pully" - or a bow tie and waistcoat/cardigan for a grandad? There are lots of ideas for creating a tuxedo available - which is one of the reasons I kept to the slightly more quirky! Not only do they make great Father's Day cards - but they are also good for Birthdays too. If you would like more detail on any of these cards - then please email me and I will send you the instructions that I used to create them. Happy crafting xx

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