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He's The Man Father's Day Card

I'm on a roll with this new suite called He's the Man. It's featured in the new 2022-2023 Stampin' Up! annual catalog and you can find it on page 78 and 79. We created a NEW class to go which actually save you money and you get FREE supplies to make 6 cards. More on that below, now onto how we created this card. I was absolutely giddy making this, just ask Kayla! :)

He's The Man Father's Day Card
He's The Man Father's Day Card

First take your 5-1/2"x 6-1/2" Soft Succulent and score and fold at 4-1/4". Adhere the 4"x 5-1/4" Early Espresso to the inside base. Next, adhere the 3-3/4"x 5" Designer Series Paper on top of the Early Espresso.

On the 1-3/4"x 5" Soft Succulent, stamp your background image using the Soft Succulent ink pad. Next, adhere this piece onto the 2"x 5-1/4" Early Espresso piece. Adhere these two piece to the front small flap of the card.

Next we will start on the small card, you will adhere the 2-1/2"x 4" Early Espresso cardstock to the mini card with the opening facing the left. You can either adhere the 2-1/4"x 3-3/4"Basic White or use the "paper" die from the DSP packet (cut down to 2-1/4"x 3-3/4") and adhere on top of the Early Espresso piece you put on the mini card.

Finish the card off by adding the other die cuts from the packet and adhere your other Basic White piece to the inside of the mini card. We used a retire mini-paper clip for an accent.


Soft Succulent Cardstock

  • 5-1/2"x 6-1/2″ ( score at 4-1/4")

  • 4-1/4"x 5-1/2" (score at 2-3/4")

  • 1-3/4"x 5"

Early Espresso Cardstock

  • 4"x 5-1/4"

  • 2-1/2"x 4"

  • 2"x 5-1/4"

Basic White Cardstock

  • 2-1/4"x 3-3/4"(or use die from DSP packet)

  • 2-3/4"x 4"

He's The Man Designer Series Paper

  • 3-3/4"x 5″

  • 2-1/4"x 3-3/4"

  • 1-3/4"x 5"


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