It's A Guy Thing

Hey everyone! Have y'all got your entries in for the Verve Project Parade? Today (6/20) is the last day to enter, so if you've been putting it off, today's the day to kick into high gear.


My project had to kick it into high gear, too. I made my Father's Day card a while ago, but have been thinking about what to do for the gift packaging for a bit. Well, yesterday I found out that there was a change of plans and we were meeting up with my parents last night. Eeek! So I had to hurry my little concept up a bit, as in start to photos in 30 minutes! I started with this Popcorn Box Template that I had in my Things To Try folder.

Here's what I did:
  • Printed template pieces on Classic Cream cardstock then cut out and glued the two sections together with Scor-tape

  • Used Cloud Fiskars decorative scissors across the top, then lightly sponged all the scored parts with Tea Dye ink

  • Randomly stamped the stripey stars from Seeing Stars in Night of Navy and Bordering Blue

  • Finished assembling the box with sticky tape

  • Stamped the oval shape from Dad's Day twice on cream scraps

  • Stamped the sentiment from Dad's Day in one of the ovals and punched out with the wide oval punch

  • Trimmed out the other oval, and layered on dimensionals

  • Added Chocolate Stitched grosgrain around the box with Scor-Tape, adding stamped oval panel to cover the seam






I dressed it up with a little tissue paper, then some of Dad's favorite treats and a gift card to the movies. Easy breezy beautiful!

9 comments

  1. Love those colors! I'm sure your Dad is going to love this gift set! Thanks for the link to the popcorn box I'm going to have to stick that in my thing to try folder too!

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  2. Fabulous Julee!! Absolutely FABULOUS!! Love your star studded card and your starry popcorn box. So creative!! And your ink distressing is perfection!!

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  3. WOW Julee, this is AWESOME!!! I need to get the star set, I have seen some beautiful things with that!

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  4. Such a cute project! Can't believe you threw it together at the last minute -- the colors are great, and I love the stars. Fun!

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  5. I kind of cased this card, I hope that is ok, for my hubby! I wasn't happy with the ribbon I picked but he will love it anyway! Thanks girl!

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  6. This is just perfect for Father's Day, Julee! I LOVE it!

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  7. This is so "guy"!!! Perfect fathers day gift wrap too and goes so nice with your great masculine card. I Like them both!!

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  8. This is a terrific set! I love the colors and the stars-great masculine feel!

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  9. lovely card, your Dad will love this.

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Thanks so much for taking the time to brighten my day with a comment! I love hearing from you.

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