This cutting file at the Silhouette store, Blue/green Cardstock, Paper Cutter, Cutting machine, Big Shot, Foam pads.
For more tips on creating with the Oakberry Lane collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/HirfUN8NEYY.
Instructions: Click here to view a larger photo of this project. Take the file from the Silhouette store and cut it out in the color you like, put it together by folding all the score lines and glue them as the instructions tell you. Take The Acorn House stamp from the Oak berry Cottage stamp set and stamp it with Tuxedo Black on White Cardstock. Color the stamp with a mix of toffee Crunch and Rich Cocoa, cut the acorn out with the coordinating die and also the squirrel inside of the house, put her on 3D foam squares to pop her up, color her also with the Rich Cocoa and her apron with lady Bug. Put some Ivory Shells Nuvo drops on the cakes, On the glass of the windows you can put some 3D Crystal lacquer and let that dry.Cut a piece of the paper pad with a background and glue this on the back of the card like a background for the house, then glue the house in front of that on the slider flap that pops up when you pull the ribbon.
Now stamp the flowers and grasses from the woodsy wonderland with the Black tuxedo on white cardstock and color them with the mix of the greens, yellows, lavender and the brush marker, or the colors you like for the flowers, then cut them out with the coordinating dies and arrange them in front of the house on 3D foam pads to make more depth. Important to keep it only on the small flap otherwise it won't slide anymore!!!
Stamp the standing squirrel of the furry tailed set with Black Tuxedo on White cardstock and color it with the Rich Cocoa, then cut it out with the coordinating die and place it on a foam pad in front of the greenery. Take the sentiment from the Oak berry Cottage set and stamp it with the Black Tuxedo on the card. Take the Lavender Nuvo drops and put some on the Flowers and in the front. Take a sentiment from the paper collection and put it on foam pads and tape it on the bottom of the card.