the technique from Split Coaststampers. For the picture I have used one of my oil paintings that I did a while back. I had already taken a photo of it and had it stored on my computer so I resized in word and then printed off onto heavy GSM cardstock. You can see the original here. I found that I still needed to glue the cardstock to cardboard though as I found that the glossy accents made the tiles buckle.
After adhering the tiles back onto white card I attached blue card stock to the card front and placed on top. A simple sentiment printed off in word and pearls to match finish the card.
I needed to keep fairly simple as Dad doesn't see too well now and as they have this painting hanging in their room at the Home hoping he may just recognise it.
Entering into the following challenges:
Crafty Card Makers #93: Fathers Day.
Lexi's Creations #92: Fathers Day.
Tammy's Scrappin #66: Fathers Day.
Anything Goes: #94 Fathers Day.
Bearly Mine #90: Anything goes.
Creative Belli #171: Fathers Day.
Creative Inspirations #218: Fathers Day.
Simply Create Too #39: Fathers Day.
Totally Papercrafts #171: Feeling Blue.
Pixie's Crafty Workshop #76: Use up your snippets. (pieces of white card from stash)