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Fathers Day pennant

Father’s day is just around the corner and why not create a fun #1 Dad/fathers day pennant for your child to cheer with on Father’s day, great little addition when their bringing that dad breakfast in pen. It is such a quick make, that you can easily make one for every child. Whatsmore the pen holder makes creating the sign so easy!

PRODUCED AS PART OF MY DESIGN-TEAM WORK FOR Silhouette UK - SEE END OF POST FOR MORE DETAILS

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Fathers day pennant

Creating the design

First, download and insert the Pennant design (link below) into your design window. Adjust to size making sure this is not wider than the media you plan to cut this out of. Here the paper is set to A4.

To make it easier to work, alter the orientation of your mat using the Page Setup window, and rotate the view by 270˚.

Download and insert #1 Dad design (link below). This design comes in two lines, however, it would fit better within the pennant on one line. To do this, right click on the design and select release compound. When you do this, all the lines will separate from one another – this will include the inners of the ‘d’s’ etc. 

Before moving words around, make sure you group all the lines within ‘dad’ and right click on this to do this.

Altering the design

Align the ‘#1 Dad# within your pennant, you can group the words at this point. This will allow you to apply a sketch fill to all of the words at once.

Before applying a sketch fill, the design needs to be converted back into a compound path. Right click on the design and select ‘make compound path’. If you do not group and select ‘make compound path’ for the individual words than when you come to sketch fill later on, it will sketch the inners of the ‘d’s’ etc.

Apply the sketch fill

To apply the sketch fill, open the sketch window by clicking on the sketch pen icon on the right-hand toolbar. The best way to apply the fill, is to select the concentric fill option. This can also be used with a Curio for concentric embossing.

When you apply the fill you can alter the spacing. This spacing is the space between each concentric line fill. The smaller the spacing the mover of the design will be filled. You can alter this fill to your desire.

Using line colour to draw and cut

To make it easier for drawing and cutting, turn the line colours to the different elements with different colours. For the offset, the line colour was turned to green, and the cut line for the pennant was turned to blue.

The offset was drawing in a light blue Stadtler pen, this was inserted into the pen holder using the large ring – you need to check the size of your pen with the different rings to decide which holds the pen the best.


With only the green line selected this was drawn using the pen holder, however, if you have the cameo three and two pen holders you could draw with both slots in your machine and draw the sentiment with another colour of ink.

 

Lastly, once all the designs are drawn, turn the red and green lines off and check the blue line on and cut this out.

Fathers day pennant

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Affiliate links used at no extra cost to you at these shops: Altenew (ALT), Scrapbook.com (SB), and Craft Stash UK/US (CS UK/US).

All other shops are not affiliated links: Bumbleberry Papercrafts (BP) and WOW! UK/US (WOW UK/US), Silhouette.

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PENNANT by Silhouette

NUMBER 1 DAD by Dresden Carrie

 

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This post was produced as part of my design team work for Silhouette UK have not been paid to make this post, but I am given supplies from Silhouette UK to use. However, I create projects with creative control and produce projects I am proud of and with products that I love.   The information provided is based on my own personal experience – I am not an expert. 

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Hi, I am Verity and I live in the UK.  I love to create beautiful projects whenever I can. My main passion lies with Papercrafting, however, I will always turn my hand to a new project or craft any chance I get.

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