Rad Dad – Masculine Themed Optional Hop

Another hop! You betcha! This month we have a special called Dad is Rad, and it’s only available until the end of June! I know you will want to get this set, and we are here to show you some ideas other than what you get with the kit itself! They will all be masculine themed, so they are perfect for the Dads (or guys) in your life! Today you should have arrived from Darlys’ blog. If not, that’s ok, it’s a circle, so you will get back there. So, let’s get started, shall we??

First, let’s start with what you get in the Dad is Rad kit. Check this out!

This kit contents:
1 – My Acrylix® Rad Dad Stamp Set (D1811)
11 – cardstock sheets (1 Almond, 1 Crystal Blue, 1 Juniper, 1 Sapphire, 2 Toffee, 4 White Daisy, 1 gold glitter)
1 – White Burlap Ribbon (Z3323)
1 – Gold Bows (Z3380)
4 – white cards & envelopes

You will also have access (even without purchase) to a pdf guide on how to create a two page layout and 5 cards with the supplies in this kit. It really is a great deal!

Now, shall I show you what I came up with? I must tell you, I totally CASEd this card I found on Pinterest. I changed the colors so that it would use what came in the kit, and I LOVE love love how it turned out!

I stamped the solid argyle image in Almond Ink and the dotted argyle in Sapphire Ink. The “Thank you” was cut with my explore, I used the font Lobster Two. I cut it four times and layered them together with liquid glass, and attached them to the card with it as well.

I used the Almond cardstock for the background and the Sapphire cardstock to tie in the ink and sentiment.

I even brought the design into the inside of the card. I just couldn’t stop stamping it!

I am LOVING how this card looks! Super classy and very masculine! Tell me what you think!! What color combos would you use??

Now, after you comment, hop on over to Alayne’s blog and see what she has for you!

Thanks so much for stopping by!

8 thoughts on “Rad Dad – Masculine Themed Optional Hop

  1. Melissa Robinson

    I love your twist on this card – using the argyle as you did and then the sentiment. Simple and perfect!


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