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Rad Dad Tag

Hello everyone. Heather here, and I'm back to share a tutorial I created for a tag I made for the rad Dad in our lives. Father's Day will be here before you know it, and I'm always giving him traditional cards but this time I wanted to do something different. 

I started with a chipboard tag from the Clear Scraps Chipboard Album and I used the Gears Stencil to create a masculine background for my tag.

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Then I trimmed and adhered a 4x4 piece of coordinating patterned paper to the bottom of the tag, and I sanded the extra paper off before inking around the edges of it.

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After that, I backed a thin border sticker with matching solid cardstock before adhering it to my tag and sanding the edges again.

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Once that was down, I started adding embellishments. I used the Clear Scraps Gears Mirror Embellishments to add some major manly vibes.

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I added a few more stickers from Echo Park's Off Road collection, and a title. I finished it all off with a few pieces of trim from my stash. 

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Now I have a creative Father's Day gift for my husband. The kids want to take him out to dinner, so I'm planning to use pop dots to attach a gift card to the back. Thank you so much for stopping by. 

Rad Dad Tag

If you would like to download the corresponding tutorial for this tag, please click Download Clear Scraps Rad Dad Tag.

Heather Landry: Clear Scraps Design Team 

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