Tuesday, June 14, 2016

{Clean and Simple } CASology #202 – Masculine | Father's Day Deer Card

Hello everyone, today is my first time participating in the CASology Cue Card Challenge! Yay, so knowing guys do not like things too flashly, I was inspired today to create a Father's Day card for my husband from me. The reason I say that is he married into a ready made family. I have four children, and when we met two were still living at home. So he took on the role as a dad without skipping a beat! So inside the card I wrote him a little letter thanking him for all he has done as still does as a dad, and now as a grandfather!

Week 202 - Masculine

Here is my card, he loves to hunt and be outdoors, so this worked out great.
I used Kraft cardstock for the card base, watercolor paper for the top panel. I stamped the deer heed with Brushed Corduroy distress ink and added a mist of water, this gave the deer a water color look without actually painting, solid stamps are perfect for this technique. I made similar cards like this last Christmas. The top panel is pop up with dimensionals, and I also added a plastic paper clip for a little something extra. This card was so super simple to make, and very enjoyable!

Thanks so much for stopping by,


  1. Lori, this is a perfect masculine design! Love how you personalized it for your hubby! The kraft cardstock is so appropriate for a guy, isn't it? I always forget about that, but you've reminded me to go dig some out again! :)
    Thanks so much for joining us over at CASology!

  2. Loveeeeeeeeeeee this! LOVING that deer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Ha! Clever! great CAS card! So glad you joined us at CASology this week, Lori!

  4. Very cool deer silhouette! Thanks for joining us at CASology this week Lori!

    1. Thank you Sherrie! I'm happy you stopped by.


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