Here is a Father's Day card I made for my father-in-law and for My Creative Time's Throwback Thursday challenge. This week's challenge is to make a card using any Lite cartridge and add some bling. I used the Handy Man Lite cartridge and glitter and shimmer paint for the bling. This card is oversize to allow for his failing eyesight. Although you really can't see it well in this photo, I used shimmer paint on the wrench to give it some bling!. It's very sparkly up close. I made two cards of roughly the same design and the second card is a regular A2 size card. For the wrench on it, I used silver glitter for the bling which works out much better on the smaller sized wrench which is cut from the Handy Man Cricut Lite cartridge. Hope this inspires you for your Father's Day cards.
The wrench is cut from Handy Man Cricut Lite cartridge at 2.75 inches. I used shimmer paint to give it a little bling. Base card is cut using a rectangle 6.25 w x 8.09 high rotated 90 degrees from Plantin Schoolbook and an image welded on at approximately halfway from Elegant Edges 8.25 w x 7.87 high. Emma from My Creative Time did a video showing how to do this without using the Elegant Edges cartridge. I then cut the same Elegant Edge image slightly smaller to layer on top at 7.93 x 7.57 inches. The porcupine is cut from Campin' Critters and all layers are cut at 4.80 inches. I used a Peachy Keen Face Stamp from the Medium set of Critter Faces. The quote bubble is cut from Create a Critter at 2.20" x 1.25" and the shadow 2.50" x 1.52"
Hope you enjoyed looking.