Well at least that's what Ethan and Parker claim Daddy makes anyway. I much prefer his salads, or maybe the desserts; like the Pavlova he makes at Christmas time with the berries and the carmelized strands of sugar...oh but I digress... It's Father's Day, and to honor their dad, the boys helped me to make this layout. They helped me to choose the papers for the hand prints, and stayed unusually still while I traced their little hands. Even Rowan was a champ. The only reason it took two tries to trace his little fingers, was because I thought I had messed up when I looked at how grown up his hand was when I cut it out. It was exactly the same in the second attempt, and now I have to admit he is no longer a baby *sniff*. Next year he'll be making cards and plotting surprises right along with Ethan and Parker. Can you believe they actually requested ( expect) me to get up *before* daddy tomorrow morning, and asked that we blow up balloons and make breakfast?! Parker changed his mind a few times on the menu before he settled on waffles. It makes me happy to know there are a few things I can make in the kitchen that rival Mark's cooking. Apparently waffles are "it".
Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper
PP: Graphic 45
Ink: Tim Holtz Distress Stain, Dylusions Spray Ink. Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam
Letters: American Crafts, Cosmo Cricket, Adorn-it
Washi Tape: Omer De Serres
Adhesives: Helmar Acid Free Glue, Helmar Decoupage and Craft Paste, Helmar Scrap Dots
This is my featured project today on the Helmar blog. Check it out if you'd like more detailed instructions, or close up photos of the details.
Happy Father's Day to my incredible husband,
to my own Dad and my Step-Dad.
Hope you have a wonderful day!