Other Products: White cardstock, Creme Cardstock, Cutting machine (Big Shot), Scissor, Ruler, Stickles, Distress tool, Foam tape, Distress Ink Vintage Photo, twin marker Blue 74, Twin marker green 43, Dutch Doobadoo Art Card stencil nr 470-713-311.
For more tips on creating with the Singing in the Rain collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/_J85LChrXSs.
Instructions: Click here to view a larger photo of this project. There are 3 lines on the stencil, the outline is for the cardstock, the second line for Design paper and the middle lines are score lines. Lay the Dutch Doobadoo Stencil on a piece of Creme cardstock and draw around the outside and cut it out, then take a piece of pattern paper from the collection and lay the stencil on top of it draw the second line and cut the pieces out, run your distress tool over the edges to make it rough and then Ink them with the Distress Ink. Now glue them on top of the Cardstock shape. Cut the girl out of the pattern paper and put her on the left side of the card, put glue on her wings and dress, on top of that sprinkle some crystal clear glitter. Now cut out some trees and flowers and layer them with the foam tape over the girl, like she is walking behind it. Stamp the raindrops from the raindrop Sentiment stamps with Tuxedo Black and put some stickles on them.
For the Middle part of the card stamp with Black Tuxedo Ink 2 windows and the door, cut them out with the coordinating die, color the door and windows with the green twin marker nr 43, Glue them in the middle part of the card. Color the hearts in the windows and door with the blue twin marker nr 74, cut out 2 boots from the paper collection and glue them next to the door, put some stickles on the curtains. Cut a sentiment from the collection and pop it up too and mat it on a piece of creme cardstock and glue this on the middle panel.
Fussy cut the image of the fairy in the tree out of the paper collection and put foam pads under it and glue that on the right panel of the card, put some glue and Crystal clear on the Fairy's wings and let it dry. Cut out some flowers from the collection and pop them up too and stick them on the bottom of the card.
Created By: Els Schutte