It's Been a While
Other Products: Versafine clair black ink, copic C8, clear embossing powder, 7” white card base, natural organza ribbon, foam pads, stamping card
For more tips on creating with the Home on the Farm Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/zJQQ7iljUw8.
Instructions: Cut a green paper slightly smaller than 7” and adhere to the card base. Cut 2 x 2” x1” strips of patterned paper and adhere centrally to the sides of the card.
Cut a 6”x 6” piece of sunflowers paper and adhere to a slightly larger piece of white card. Wrap and tie some organza ribbon to the left of this piece and adhere to the card base using foam pads. Cut a sunflower panel from the collection and adhere to a slightly larger piece of white card, adhere to the centre of the card base using foam pads.
Stamp the sentiment using espresso truffle ink onto white card, die cut and add to an intricate swirl die cut of patterned paper using foam pads, adhere to the top of the card using dries clear adhesive.
Stamp the ladybug using versafine clair onto the stamping card, allow to dry and colour using mid gray and carmine red zig markers. Die cut and hot glue over the knot on the ribbon.
Stamp 3 sunflowers using espresso truffle ink onto stamping card – colour using mustard, light green and bright yellow zig markers. Die cut and shape using the flower shaping tools.
Stamp 3 grasses onto the stamping card using bamboo leaves ink, colour using new sprout and add flicks of light green zig colour into some of the leaves. Die cut and shape.
Stamp the goat and chickens using espresso truffle ink and colour using the zig markers. Die cut and shape.
Stamp the fence onto the stamping card using espresso truffle ink, cover with clear embossing powder, remove excess and heat to set. Colour with the zig markers.
Position and add the elements to the card base using hot glue. Add a little dries clear adhesive to the base of the scene and cover with prills, allow to dry and remove the excess.