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6/2/18

Nintendo Konami Code Father's Day Card FREE PRINTABLE!

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 Nintendo Konami Code Father's Day Card FREE PRINTABLE!
I've been spotlighting Nintendo all week here at Doodlecraft because of the fun event we attended, but mostly because I love Nintendo!  I've been a huge Nintendo fan since 1989, when we got a Classic Nintendo for Christmas.  The day I discovered the Konami Code was the best.  It's like the code that unlocks the mysteries of the universe.  I received fabulous product from Nintendo used in this post.
 I owe it all to my dad.  My dad is a Nintendo Ninja.  He was a code hacker for games we played.  We'd give him a few codes as we beat certain levels and he'd break the code and give us "cheat codes" for everything we wanted in the game.  Starting level 1 with all the weapons you can acquire through the game is pretty cool as a kid!  This is a great printable for Father's day to remind dad (or other loved one) that they are the reason you learned so many important things.  Righty-Tighty Lefty-Loosy is another great one.  Thanks dad!
 Download the image at the end of the post, it will immediately download in a zip folder.  Just unzip and print!  Cut to size.  I cut out one of the images and mounted it on a standard A2 card in RED cardstock...the other I cut and folded into an A2 size.  Perfection either way.
 To make the card even more amazing, use Glossy Accents (my affiliate link)


 and fill the buttons and the + navigator button with the clear gel.  Let it dry overnight and presto--they feel like real, shiny buttons!
They are awesome and can go through the mail with a single stamp.  Perfect for the Nintendo guru in your life!  
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