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June 02, 2017

Father's Day Card Set Tutorial Featuring Communique by Katelyn

Hello, G45ers!

It is Friday and today we are going to share some Graphic 45 Father's Day inspiration by Katelyn Grosart , featuring the ever versatile Communique - DCE. Katelyn generously provides a SnapGuide tutorial for two fantastic Father's Day cards, full up on fussy cut pieces and straight forward masculine design. Having a few card options is great for those of us with multiple men in our life for whom we want to Communique-te our love. Before we get started it is time to announce this week's lucky blog prize winner. 

Congratulations to Judi Gorham!

Judi commented on the blog to say: "Would love to have this collection. My head just swims with creativity when I see it. So many projects....so little time! *sigh*"

To claim your prize email info@g45papers.com.  We hope you can find some time to get crafting with the lovely prize pack below soon.

Midnight Masquerade Prize Package winner
This week's prize package includes a Midnight Masquerade Patterns & Solids 12x12 paper pad, an 8x8 paper pad, decorative chipboard, die-cut tags and pockets, and a Square Ivory Tag Album, a $50+ value!

 

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Father’s Day Card Set

By Katelyn Grosart

"Father’s Day is right around the corner and why not create a card for your dad or that special man in your life. With Father’s Day in mind, today I’ve created not one but two cards you can recreate for dad. You’ll want to read the tutorial below and learn how to recreate my Father’s Day Card Set at home." ~Katelyn Grosart

 

Check out How to Create a Set of Father's Day Cards by Katelyn Grosart on Snapguide.

 

Tip:
If your sentiment is too long for your card, cut the words apart and then adhere them on your card.

 

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Graphic 45 Supplies:


Communique-CC-cover-PR-500x500

 

Other Supplies Used:

  • Emerald Creek Craft Supplies: Happy Father’s Day Stamp
  • Ranger Ink: Black Soot and Antique Linen Distress Ink, Jet Black Archival and Blending Tool/Foam
  • Creative Scrapbooker/Cathie Allan: Super Stock
  • Tombow: Permanent Adhesive Runner
  • Thin/3D Foam Squares
  • Scissors and Paper Trimmer
  • Edge Distressor

 

 

Communique Pinterest Board

Facebook Live - Master Detective Reveal Party  Graphic 45

We hope you have a great weekend and that you are able to join us on Facebook Live today at 11 am PST for two more chances to win. We are celebrating our new collection, Master Detective hitting store shelves this week. Thanks so much for joining us and thanks to Katelyn for her lovely Father's Day inspiration. We'd love to hear about your favorite collections to use to celebrate the fathers in your lives. 


Happy Papercrafting!

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Comments

nice cards not enough ideas for the male cards

Wonderful masculine projects xxx

❤️ Graphic 45! More fabulous masculine cards.

Thanks for sharing these great ideas and for the tip of cutting words to fit the space available.

Beautiful!

Love the vintage images for
Father's day.

Great cards.

I am so enthralled with these gorgeous cards!

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