In an attempt to get ahead of the game, I've actually started making Father's Day cards already! Can you see me patting myself on the back? Because I am.
Today, I'm going to walk you through how to create this dramatic, striking but (most importantly) easy-to-make Father's Day card using texture paste and Distress Spray Stains.
I'm working with a medium weight watercolor paper for today's tutorial. Because this project can get a little bit wet, it's important to have a paper that can soak in some moisture without pilling or warping.
You can see the difference between the two drying patterns in the above pictures. Both are really pretty anyhow, but there's that extra bit of specialness (in my opinion) to the heat tool dried paste.
Then I added some faux stitching to a die cut circle using a metallic Faber Castell Pitt Artist Pen.