I used backing papers from Ooh La La's Every day Occasions, and Yesterday's memories CD.
The die cut Garden shed has been in my stash for a couple of years just waiting to be used, you will notice that the top left hand corner of the shed door has been cut off this is because that is exactly how my dad's shed door looks as it allows the resident blackbirds that nest in there to get in and out even when the shed is locked up. Hence the black bird perched on the shed. My Dad loves his feathered friends and they regularly follow him round the garden when they think he may be turning up some worms for them, they also really appreciate that he occasionally pops a few strawberries in the shed for them to eat.
I tied a little watering can on with some twine - my dad is a great one for water conservation and has two rain barrels he uses to fill his watering can to water the garden rather than use a hosepipe.
A peek inside the shed and the plant pots, watering can, tools on the back of the door the wheelbarrow and the primroses were all cut from backing paper in the Papermania home to nest series. I glazed the watering can with glossy accents to make it look like painted metal.
Then there are the carrots yes there are 24, which I quilled and added leaves to before sticking to the card using collal all purpose adhesive. I have that bright orange quilling paper in my stash for ages a freebie with a magazine and I thought it was about time I used some of it.
The play on words becomes more obvious when you read the sentiment inside the card I added some more garden tools and primroses round the frame and yes my dad really is worth his weight in gold.
I am entering this card into the following challenges
http://trimmiescraftchallenge.blogspot.co.uk/ - Male/Father's Day
http://challenges4everybody.blogspot.co.uk/ - Anything goes
http://perfectsentimentschallenge.blogspot.co.uk/ - Make them laugh
http://useittuesday.blogspot.co.uk/ - Anything goes