Fathers Day Design Challenge
Our Design Team were given a free choice of designs to work with for our Fathers Day challenge. Having searched the store they each made very different choices. Here is what they presented:-
Graziella chose to use one of the files available in the Keepsake Box Collection. You can find the collection here. Please check out Graziella's blog to find out how she made this lovely Father's Day gift box.
Janet has chosen to work with a cutting file which provides you with a pop out insert for your card. This file has cutting options for both machine and hand cutting, so is suitable for everyone. You can find the file she used here.
Janet designed the front of the card herself and then inserted the pop out. Please visit her blog for more details.
Judith loves Pop Up Boxes so the choice for her was easy.
The file Judith has worked with can be found here. These are two of the 10 designs in the kit,, including envelopes so there is something for everyone.
Judith has a new blog, pop along to see how she made her cards.
Debbie's choice was a never ending card with a tool box design, perfect for the DIY Dad. This design is available as part of a set and you can find it here. having done a fantastic job at constructing this lovely design Debbie decided to go one stage further.
Debbie used the components of the design to create a totally different card. Please check out her blog for detailed instructions on how she made it, she has even produced her first ever video to guide you through step by step. Great Idea!
Melanie has also gone above and beyond the call of duty this challenge, producing not one, not two, but three projects! She chose to work with a cutting file using her electronic cutter. The file is called a Cigarette Flip Box and you can find the file she chose here.
First she created a gift box using the cigarette box as a
base on which to mount an easel. What a clever thought!
Then Melanie made the file up as the designer intended it to be used and made it into a Father's Day Gift box.
And finally she has created a set of notelet cards using the cigarette box as the container. Melanie has very cleverly used her own supplies to make the box look like a country cottage, with the notelets all designed along the countryside theme. A lovely gift.
She has step by steps on her blog, please visit and use her tutorial to create your own version.