I like choices, don’t you? Like those choose your own adventure books from when you were a kid, loved them!
I thought it would be great if this Father’s Day craft I could let you choose!
This easy project can be made into a Fathers Day card or you can simply make it larger and put it into a frame to make a lovely Father’s Day gift.
This Father’s Day craft couldn’t be easier to create with your Silhouette. Just use the image attached to the bottom of this post to trace, and cut.
I used this awesome anchor paper from My Mind’s Eye ‘Milo’ Now and Then Collection, along with an assortment of May Arts Ribbon burlap twines. Doesn’t it tie the whole project together perfectly?!
Maybe I went a little heavy on the anchors on this card?
I used the Xyron Teresa Collins Mega Runner to apply adhesive to the back of the cut out, and the Xyron 5″ Creative Station for the card cut out and anchors.
The Anchor Father’s Day gift set would be absolutely perfect for Dad, especially a fisherman or a man in the Navy!
The second Father’s Day project is easier to recreate than the first (although they are both kinda simple). You will use the negative image and adhere strips of paper to the backside over the holes, you could do each line a different color, or use cork paper from DCWV like I did. I again used the Xyron Teresa Collins Mega Runner to easily tape in between the letters. On the card below I used the ‘B’ side of the anchor paper to do the vertical word.
Just right click the images to save, then open the file in Silhouette studio to trace.
These Father’s Day gift ideas are sure to please any Poppa.
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Father’s Day Multi Gift Card Holder
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Tags: cardmaking, Father's Day, Holidays, Paper crafts, Scrapbooking