Truly Tailored Dapper Day card in honor of my Dad

This Truly Tailored Dapper Day Card is in honor of my Dad who passed away a year ago.  The label looks rather elaborate, but uses a simple Punch technique as shown in This Video.
Truly Tailored Dapper Day Card

Stamps:  Truly Taiilored  Wood Mount #145732, Clear Mount #145735
Ink:  Tranquil Tide
Cardstock:  Tranquil Tide
Very Vanilla
True Gentleman Designer Series Paper (DSP) (Retired)  Choose one you like and coordinating cardstock.
Punch:  Tailored Tag #145667
Ribbon:5/8″ Burlap #141487
Adhesives:  SNAIL
Stampin’ Dimensionals
Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals

1.  Cut your Tranquil Tide card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″.  Score and fold at 4-1/4″.
2.  Layered Tag.
Watch This Video to get the basic idea of how to layer the tags.  You will be adding one more layer.
~Punch your Tags:  Three in Tranquil Tide cardstock, Two in Very Vanilla cardstock.
~One Tranquil Tide Punch will be on the top of the layers.  Put SNAIL on the back.
~Take the Very Vanilla Tags.  Cut one in half lengthwise and the other in half width-wise.  Take a piece with the top point and attach it to the Tranquil Tide tag with SNAIL on the back trying to get the Very Vanilla to show evenly along the top of the Tranquil Tide Tag.  Repeat on the bottom side.  Attach more SNAIL to the back of the base tag.  Now attach a Very Vanilla end piece using your fingers to line up the sides.  Repeat with the other end piece tag.  You now have two layers.
~Repeat the Tag Layering process with the last two Trangil Tide Tags.  Cut one in half lengthwise and the other in half width-wise.  Put SNAIL on the back of the layered Tag.  Attach the pointed part to the top and bottom., then the end parts.  Wahoo!  Your basic Tag is layered!
~Stamp Wishing You a Dapper Day on Very Vanilla cardstock in Tranquil Tide ink.  Cut apart as shown.  Attach to the Layered Tag with Stampin’ Dimensionals and Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals.
3.  Measure your Layered Tag to see if you need to adjust this measurement:  Cut your Very Vanilla rectangle at 2-1/4″ x 3″.  You will use this to mount your layered tag on.  Attach your Layered Tag.
4.  Cut your DSP at 4″ x 5-1/4..  Lay your Layered Tag and Burlap Ribbon on top.  Attach your Tag.  Cut your Burlap about 4-1/2″ long.  Run SNAIL along both sides of the back of the Burlap.  Attach to DSP.  Trim excess.  Attach DSP to card front.
Your Card is finished.

Thanksgiving Turkey Card with Burlap Fringe

Here is a Thanksgiving Card with another way to use the fun Burlap Ribbon to make fringe.  It also uses some leftover paper from the Thanksgiving Tablescape Kit.  Enjoy making this Thanksgiving Card!
Thanksgiving Turkey Card with Burlap Fringe

Stamps:  Harvest of Thanks w#131736  c#131739
Markers:  Pumpkin Pie
Early Espresso
Chocolate Chip
Card Stock:  Cajun Craze
Early Espresso
Whisper White
the white with brown marks is from the Thankful Tablescape Kit w#133341  without stamp #133463
Big Shot:  Deco Label Framelits #130102
Other:  1-1/4″ Burlap Ribbon #132140
Sticky Strip
SNAIL Adhesive

1.  Cut your Cajun Craze card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″.  Score and fold at 4-1/4″.
2.  Cut a 2″ x 5-1/2″ piece of the white and brown paper from the Thanksgiving Tablescape Kit.  Or use the paper of your choice.  Adhere down the center of your card front.
3.  Cut two pieces of 5-3/4″ Burlap Ribbon.  Cut down one edge to remove the stitching.  Peel off the long fibers 1 or two at a time until you have just under 1/2″ of the “Ribbon” left on the one edge.  Repeat with the other piece of Burlap Ribbon.  Adhere to the card front using Sticky Strip.  Trim off the parts that hang over the edges.
4.  Color your Turkey Stamp.  Use your Chocolate Chip Marker for the Turkey, Early Espresso for the circle around the Turkey, and Pumpkin Pie for the outer stripes.  Remoisten with your breath several times and stamp on Whisper White card stock.  Cut out with the coordinating Deco Label Framelit.  Cut the next larger Framelit from Early Espresso card stock.  Layer with Dimensionals.  Attach to your card front using Dimensionals.
5.  Enjoy the look of your Thanksgiving Turkey card with Burlap Fringe.

Happy Thanksgiving Card Making!
Nendy Kerr