DCD Masculine or Fathers’ Day

We’re celebrating the males this time around with masculine or Father’s Day projects this week at Die Cuttin’ Divas.  I went with a masculine card that I intend to use for a birthday. I really like swing cards!  This is the Sailboat file from Miss Kate’s Cuttables.  She’s got quite a few cute ones, but this is the one I used for this card.  The waves are a border punch.  the swing card itself is an old one from My Treasured Kutz.  It looks like the site may be defunct now, though.

You have a week to link up your masculine or Fathers’ Day project over at Die Cuttin’ Divas!  🙂

Evelyn

About Evelyn

I created this little blog so that I could have a place to show different crafts that I make for my family, my friends, my students, and myself! I have always enjoyed crafting. I particularly love paper, and that's what I'm currently working with.
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9 Responses to DCD Masculine or Fathers’ Day

  1. Georgiana Carson says:

    This fold is so cool, especially with that paper and boat. It actually makes it look like we are floating on water. Fabulous job!

  2. Marilyn says:

    Awesome Father’s Day card!! Love the sailboat
    Have a great day!
    Marilyn❤️

  3. Gerda says:

    What a awesome swing card, Evelyn!! I love the gorgeous papers and the pretty sailboot you used!!
    Have a great day,
    Gerda

  4. Leslie says:

    Love that card. The sailboat with the background paper is just perfect.

  5. Lola says:

    Great swing card!

  6. Such a fabulous card Evelyn! I love the swing card. My Dad would love this card. It was always his dream to own a sailboat. TFS 🙂

    Michelle
    Purple Monkey Moments

  7. Scrapper69 says:

    LOVE the card fold design and the boat… I also like the background paper you chose because of the water… it looks like miles and miles of lovely ocean water! 🙂

    Also – You asked if I used my cameo on my striped rectangles… Are you referring to the paper? Because I used Simple Stories Digital paper – So I dragged and dropped the Digi paper into rectangle shapes I made… then I cut it out (rectangle shapes) with the Cameo, then I used my stitched rectangle dies on them… I’m thinking that’s what you were asking… 🙂

  8. Shirley says:

    Do you have a video or instructions for the swing card. I really like everything about this card

  9. Fabulous swing card and the water pattern paper really makes this card POP:)

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