We are celebrating my husband this weekend for Father's Day. He got a new gas grill barbecuer and wants to cook for the family on his special day, so we are hosting a potluck at our house with our four children and their husbands, wives, and significant other joining in. We plan to play some lawn games if the weather holds, as you never know in the Northwest and a little gambling game I learned of at my Girls' Get-Away!
For John's card, I made almost the same coffee shaker card previously posted on May 31st. This card suits him to a "tee," as he is a six-to-eight cups of coffee a day person. His coffee shaker card is the first version I made of this card, and my former boss's card (and elementary school principal), was the second version. That version was the simplified version to avoid the pleated ribbon edging on my husband's card, which I found a bit of a challenge to adhere and thought it too tedious to use for my Girls' Get-Away shoebox card (as I planned to use this design for the Get-Away ladies to make from my card kits. My husband's card, as shown below, is the first and larger version. Even though the ribbon was time-consuming and tedious, I do love the finished product! I think John will be please as well.
A little Father's Day verse to come up with, a little design to coordinate with the outside, and voila, John's card is complete!
(Note: I wanted to give credit to the person who originally came up with the idea for this card and the picture in my mind. With lots of computer searching, I finally found the card I cased. . .boy do I have a good memory. . .thank you Ellen Taylor, who made the original over three years ago.)