So facepalm 🤦🏻♀️moment for me with this card - for the life of me I thought the stamp set I used (SSS I See You) was still available - and it's not. I've linked to another great set (the Messages for Everyday stamp set - that was in the Fluttering By release - which STILL hasn't shown up - Canada Post lost the package and I'm still trying to find out what happened to it!!) and a heart die that I would use to finish off the inside. Rather than re-make and re-film the card I thought I'd include the alternate options and hope y'all understand!
It is SO hard to get a good picture when there's something foiled/metallic etc on a card! The large die-cut DAD has gold satin foil card stock as the top layer - it looks a lot more "normal" in the closeup pic.
I used SSS's Abstract Triangles Background stamp on water-colour paper - gold heat embossing it first. I then used my Mission Gold water-colours - but only the black water-colour. You could use Black Soot Distress Ink to get a similar look - or any black water-colour really.
I heat embossed a sentiment (from the discontinued I See You set - the alternate set I recommend that's available has plenty to choose from!) - you could go more traditional and use a "Happy Father's Day" sentiment but I thought it would be nice to go with something different for this card.
I used the I See You set to finish the inside of the card - I suggested a heart wafer die in the supplies as an alternate. I would either die cut SSS Stone card stock, or water-colour paper that I'd paint the stripes with the black water-colour (painting them in different shades to mimic the front of the card!) and then add another heat embossed sentiment from the Messages for Everyday stamp set and call it a day.
To see how this card came together check out my video below:
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