As I made this card it reminded me of my Dad. When we were kids, if you got a splinter, you had two options for removal... a sewing needle in the hands of my mother or the super sharp tweezers Dad kept in his woodshop. (If Dad had something he didn't want to lose, he kept it in the woodshop. He also kept his own roll of scotch tape and a scissors.) Dad was much better at splinter removal. I can still see him emerging from the basement, always ready to help, carrying - not the tweezers which were in his back pocket- but a huge machete. He always thought it was so funny. As we got bigger, the sight of the machete no longer made our eyes get big or sent us running to Mom. I'm sure that one of the joys he experienced as a grandfather and great-grandfather was, once again, being able to remove splinters for his wide-eyed progeny.
He also would have appreciated this card:
This is a precolored Doodle Pantry image and sentiment. And if you still need to make a Father's Day card, they have a really great selection of masculine images and sentiments.
I am entering this card in the following:
4 Crafty Chicks Challenge #251 - Father's Day
Creative Knockouts Challenge #94 - Humorous Card
DP Ants in My Pantry Digital Challenge #6 - Anything Goes
Cardz 4 Guys Challenge #75 - Father's Day
Get Creative Challenge # 17 - For Boys or Father's Day