Father’s Day Whiskey Business Card

Image of Father's Day Card using the Whiskey Business Stamp Set

I’m back today with another Father’s Day Card. I made this one for my husband who really loves different types of Bourbon. Here is my hubby, Don, and our granddaughter.

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While up in New York visiting my daughter, they took an online cocktail course offered by the Rochester Brainery. They offer a lot of online classes that you can take over Zoom during this COVID pandemic.

My daughter and I also took a class on how to make pork stuffed dumplings. You can check it out here:


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Father's Day Card using Whiskey Business Stamp Set by Stampin' Up

To Make the Card

I created a blended background on Whisper White Card Stock using Cinnamon Cider and Bumblebee inks. You can use whatever blending tool you want for this including sponges or daubers.

Using Versamark ink, I then stamped the glass image four times and embossed them with white embossing powder.

The bottle and glass were stamped with Memento ink and colored with the coordinating stampin’ blends colors. I also highlighted the glass and bottle with a clear wink of Stella pen for some shine. Then the two images were fussy cut with snips and a tied bow finished the card front off.

The sentiment was stamped in Versamark and embossed with white embossing powder as well. Then I ran it through my die cut machine with the Hippo and Friends Dies. So Cute, right?


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2 thoughts on “Father’s Day Whiskey Business Card

  1. LOL! I always love a good punny sentiment and this is brilliant! Gorgeous inking and colouring too. Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!

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