Other Products: Diamond Stickles, Water Mister, Inking tool, Bone folder, Paper distressing tool, Scissors, Ruler, Black Archival Ink, Coffee Archival Ink, Distress Inks: Forest Moss, Barn Door, Broken China, Mustard Seed, Spectrum Noir Blending colour pencils: Dove Grey C670, Sea Green C380, Deep Red C130, Yellow Green C450, Lemon Yellow C030, Deep Cadmium C040, Windsor & Newton Oil colour low oder solvent, Blending stumps. Other: Double sided Tape, Double Sided Foam tape, Misti, 3 x crystal buttons (for flower centres)
For more tips on creating with this collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/kmqAVM6ibfM.
Instructions: The finished size of this tent fold card is 5 1/4" x 5 1/4" (13.5 cm x 13.5 cm).
Taking the white cardstock make the tent fold card base. Find the design paper with the blue in it, also the paper with the world map print. Cut the blue paper a little smaller than the base for the matting. Distress the edges. Adhere to the card base with 3D foam squares.
Using the blue paper cut a banner, being 3" (7.5 cm) wide. Taking the world map printed paper cut a banner a little smaller for a matting layer. Distress the edges of both papers. Adhere both papers to the centre of the card front with glue, leaving the edges free so you can curl them up a little.
Taking the white cardstock, stamp, die cut and colour the car, vintage bike, sentiment and branches of leaves. Trim away the wheels from the vintage bike and colour these with the yellow ink. From the pale yellow card stock, stamp colour and die cut the flowers and leaf clusters from the Classic Rose collection. Spraying these with the water mister then bring a little shape to the leaves and flowers. Arrange the embellishments made as seen in the card photo. Add crystal buttons in the center of the flowers.
First place the car in it's place then tuck behind it the flower, wheels, sentiments and leaves. Place also the flowers so they are a little over the car wheels. Adhere the crystal buttons to the flower centres. To finish, apply the diamond stickles to the car windows, leaves and the flower centres on the car.
Created By: Susan Smit