This is a great Father's Day card for the golfer in your life.
The "19th Hole" idea is not new, I am certain that if you look around you will see many variations.
This card has very few quilled elements, and is predominantly made with torn paper.
I picked 4 different green papers. Make sure that 2 of them are a solid color and 2 have a design, pattern, or texture. This is simply to give the card a nice texture.
I cut the papers so they were the width of the card and then tore them so that there was variation across the top.
For the Quilling I did the following
- 8 - 3 in (7.6 cm) white Loose Coils
- Glue them together, start with one in the center and then place/glue the remaining 7 around the center coil.
- When finished take a strip of white and wrap it around the golf ball.
Pin (Hole Marker)
- Cut a piece of paper for the "flag"
- Create a 4 in (10.2 cm) Spiral for the pole
- Glue the flag to the pole
- Add "19th" to mark the 19th hole
I layered the green papers, placed the golf ball on the 1st layer, leaving the second layer loose at the top so that the ball slides in.
I placed the "pin" between the 2nd and 3rd layer
Finally, added dimensional tape to the 4th layer.
Add a "Happy Father's Day" and you have an easy card.
Note to self: If I were to do this card again, I would make sure that I had a blue background to add that little extra pizzaz.
I hope you enjoy making this card.
Have fun and Enjoy!
Copyright for Personal Use Antonella DeFalco
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