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Father’s Day Reveal Wheel Card

It’s Britney here and I am showing off a fun Father’s Day card featuring the Lawn Fawn Rawrsome stamp set and Reveal Wheel die. We need to let dad know how much we love him and just one sentiment won’t do. 


I like to start with my background and build from there. I started off by cutting 4 panels of Bristol Smooth paper using the Reveal Wheel die, one with the window cut out. I cut a panel using the largest of the Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle Stackables. I inked it up using Seedless Preserves distress oxide ink and attached it directly to my card base to create a nice frame around my Reveal Wheel. 

I inked up the panel with the window using Mustard SeedBarn Door, and Seedless Preserves. I used these same colors to ink up the wheel of the Reveal Wheel. I cut one of the backgrounds using the Stitched Mountain borders and I colored this with my Copics to match my volcano. 

I used the Simple Stitched Hillside borders to cut another one of those panels which I inked up using Antique Linen distress oxide ink. I did splatters using Antique LinenFrayed BurlapTea Dye, and Ground Espresso distress oxide inks to give the background a rocky look. 

I took a scrap piece of one of the panels I used to cut my backgrounds and used a Lawn Fawn Simple Grassy Hillside die to make a small grass piece. I inked up that piece with Mowed Lawn and a little Ground Espresso distress oxides

After everything was completely dry, I used Lawn Fawn Clear Ink and white embossing powder for my sentiments. I used sentiments from Lawn Fawn Reveal Wheel Spring Sentiments and the turn me from the original Reveal Wheel Sentiments

Typical me, I stamped almost every image from the set. I also used the rock from Mermaid for You. I stamped my images with Gina K Amalgam Jet Black Ink and colored my images with Copic Markers.

I finished off my images by adding some highlights with a white gel pen. One additional finishing touch I did was I added Glossy Accents to the lava to give it a nice shiny finish.

I hope you enjoyed these cards. Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

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