Other Products: White Cardstock, Dimensional Adhesive, Art Institute Clementine Glitter, Scissors, Paper Trimmer, Die Cutting Machine
For more tips on creating with this collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/kmqAVM6ibfM.
Instructions: Cut white cardstock to 10 x 7" size, score and fold at 5" to create the card base. From the Young at Heart paper, cut the main panel to 6 7/8" x 4 7/8" size. Stamp Good Times sentiment in Guacamole ink onto the panel. Diecut the center from teal sign. Sponge edges of panel with Teal Zeal ink and attach directly onto the card base.
Stamp the rocky border 2x from HCPC-3767 Woodsy Wonderland, and Happy Birthday banner from HCPC-3801 Simply Classic stamp set in Tuxedo Black ink onto white cardstock and diecut with coordinating dies. Stamp the delicate foliage from HCPC-3801 Simply Classic stamp set in Gaucamole ink onto white cs and diecut with coordinating die. Stamp the set of small florals from HCPC-3769 Wildwood Florals in Rouge and then also in Teal Zeal ink onto white cs and diecut with coordinating die. Diecut the classic car image from the paper collection.
Use the Stack and Store daubers along with the following inks to color the images. For the rocky border, use Butter and Guacamole ink. Use Lime Pastel on the leaves. Use Rouge on some of the small florals and Teal Zeal on the rest. Use Rouge for the birthday banner. Use the Deluxe Flower Shaping kit to shape florals, leaves, rocky borders and banner.
Cut a piece of paper with grassy meadow image to 6 7/8" x 2" size. Use the Classic Border die to create the wavy edge on the top of piece. Sponge the wavy edge with Butter ink. Cut apart the rocky border into 4 pieces and attach behind the wavy edge. Use dimensional adhesive to attach layer onto bottom of card as pictured.
Use glue and dimensional adhesive to attach the classic car, florals, leaves and banner onto card as shown. Use Dries Clear glue to add a touch of Clementine glitter onto card as desired. Use the same glue along with Seas the day prills for the centers of florals.
Created By: Emma Lou Beechy