Lighthouse Birthday Crafting Instructions
Other Products: Neenah Solar White card stock, Memento Tuxedo Black ink, Spellbinders Opulent Ovals dies, Copics (BG0000, BG72, B91, B93, B95, E000, E00, E01, E31, G21, G24, C0, C3, R85, Y21), Distress Inks (weathered wood and vintage photo), Vintage Dictionary Paper, Bazzill Whirlpool card stock, 4 pewter toned metal brads, mini hammer, embroidery thread, button, brass charm.
4-5/8 x 7 inch Left Fold card. Stamp the Lighthouse image onto white card stock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. Die cut it using Spellbinders Opulent Ovals. Color the image with Copics. Cut a piece of the Balmy Breeze Paper and die cut it also with the Opulent Ovals using the next size up. Ink the edge of this with Weathered Wood Distress Ink. Layer the colored image oval onto the DP oval. Cut a piece of vintage dictionary paper from the “L” pages that has the word lighthouse on it. Cut it to be 4-1/8 x 5.5 inches. Ink the edges with vintage photo. Using Weathered Wood, stamp the Compass from the Surfs Up set randomly on the dictionary paper. Layer it onto a 4-3/8 x 5.75 inch piece of the same Balmy Breeze paper as you used for the oval. Ink the edge with Weathered Wood. Attach 4 metal pewter colored brads and distress them with a little hammer. Adhere the oval assembly in the center of the dictionary paper. Wrap some embroidery thread around the panel and thread the ends through the openings in the oval die cut. Tie on a button. Set aside. Make a 4-5/8 x 7 inch left fold card from Whirlpool color of Bazzill card stock. Ink the edges of the front panel with Weathered Wood. Stamp the Shells from the Sand and Sea Set across the bottom of the card using Weathered Wood ink. Adhere the image/dictionary page assembly on the card as shown. Add a brass charm. Stamp the Sentiment Words using black ink on white card stock. Die cut them out using the Mini Tags from the Decorative Flower Pot Die. Ink edges with Weathered Wood and attach to card.
Created By: Caroline Duncan
This project was created using some products that have been retired.