Well, here's the card I made for my DH:
The grill was cut from the Father's Day cartridge. It looks almost exactly like our grill. I scored a few lines on each side tray and chalked them to add some dimension and to make it look even more like our grill.
I used a Fiskars border punch to make the bottom border. For the two matching corners, I punched out a 1" square, cut it in half diagonally, and then used the punch to take out the little triangular piece in the center of each. I also inked the edges of the border and the two corners.
My husband does all the grilling at our house, and he does a fantastic job. I love it when he grills because it's a lot less cooking for me!
I also wanted to make a couple of Father's Day cards for two elderly uncles. Here's what I came up with for them.
I had come up with this card layout when I made a birthday card for my brother-in-law. I thought it would work great for a Father's Day card, as well. The chair was just a digital image I found online. I printed it onto patterned cardstock, then added some shading with ProMarkers. I also used some Liquid Pearls for "buttons."
You can see that I've used Card Candi for the faux brads in the two corners. I REALLY love Card Candi. I use mostly white and just color it with my ProMarkers to coordinate with my project.
For the inside, I stamped a little easy chair (I think it might be an Inkadinkadoo stamp) and colored it to coordinate with the chair on the front. I sut it out and adhered it directly to the border piece of DSP.
I hope you enjoyed seeing my two Father's Day cards. Thanks for stopping by, and remember to laugh--a little or a lot--every day.