Here’s a Father’s Day image that Dad doesn’t have to pretend to be excited about!
The background was done with a discontinued tool called the RolTap and it’s too bad that it’s no longer available. It was a mini (½” wide) sponge brayer that allowed you to roll out soft color in a variety of patterns. Great for borders or backgrounds, it came in handy a number of times. I suppose you could try Tsukineko’s finger brayers instead, but I think your best bet is to get a sheet of rubber gasket material from a home supply store and cut yourself your own shadow stamp: try ½” wide by any length you’d find useful and attach it to cling mounting foam. Use soft inks and try second generation stamping for a diffused/distressed effect.
Cardstock: Beckett Iceberg, generic Blue
Stamps: ColorBox RolTap (discontinued), Stampin’ Up Father’s Day
Inks: Encore Gold, Green, Vivid Rainbow, Marvy Marker Gold
Emb Powder: Generic Clear
Dec Scissors: Fiskars Deckled
Doo Dads: Gold bird charm, narrow Gold & Green ribbons, Green eyelets