Other Products: Watercolor Cardstock, White Cardstock, Diecutting Machine, Dimensional dots, Ranger Black Embossing Powder, Stampin' Up Silver Embossing Powder, VersaMark, Ranger Distress Oxide Ink Black Soot, Brads
For more tips on creating with the Happy Camper collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FpXtNYGV-3Y.
Instructions: Card size is 8 x 5". Cut black cardstock to 10 x 8", score and fold at 5" to create a top fold card. Cut paper from the Happy Camper Collection to 7 7/8 x 4 7/8", ink the edges with Ranger Distress Oxide Ink Black Soot and adhere to the card base using dries clear adhesive. Cut a piece of black cardstock 7 7/8" x 4 7/8" and another piece from the collection the same size, adhere together, ink the edges with Black Soot and adhere to the inside of the card.
Cut paper from the collection 2x 4 7/8 x 4 7/8" and 4x 3/8 x 4 7/8" to cover the 5 x 5" shadow box. Use the Cut Mat Create 2A die to cut the opening in the front. Ink all the edges with Black Soot ink and adhere to the shadow box using dries clear adhesive.
Stamp the images from the My Happy Place and Elements of Home Cling Stamp Sets on watercolor cardstock using VersaMark, sprinkle with silver embossing powder and heat set using the Heat It tool. Die cut with coordinating dies and color using Zig Clean Color real Brush Markers. Diecut the images two or three more times from white cardstock and adhere the diecuts together to create a stronger diecut.
Adhere the shadow box to the card base using dries clear adhesive. Adhere all of the images as shown using dries clear adhesive, dimensional dots and adhesive foam strips.
Stamp the Happy Father's Day sentiment on matching paper from the collection using VersaMark, sprinkle with black embossing powder and heat set using the Heat It Tool. Diecut using the Album Tags and Accents Die. Diecut a second time from black cardstock, adhere the two diecuts together and ink the edges with Black Soot. Add brads to both sides and adhere to the card base as shown using dimensional dots.
Created By: Janet Saieva