Other Products: Diamond stickles, Sheena Douglas white stamping card, Hot glue Gun, Fussy cutting Scissors, Double sided Tape, Double Sided Foam Tape, Misti Stamping Tool, An old water color brush
For more tips on creating with the Sea Breeze Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/FEQMFvu880o.
For more tips on creating with the Oakberry Lane collection, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/HirfUN8NEYY.
Instructions: The finished size of this card is: 6 1/4 x 8 1/4” (15.8cm x 20.8 cm). Make the tent fold card to the above measurements from the white card. Find the paper from the Sea Breeze collection with a yellow and blue background. Cut this a little smaller than the card front measurements. Taking the Honey Pot ink, bring color to the edges of both the paper and card front using the foam inking tool or a dauber inking tool.
Taking the white card and the outer die from the Eyelet Oval die set, die cut this oval. Taking the same design paper from the paper pad, die cut the inner oval. Taking the foam inking tool and the Honey Pot ink, ink the edges of both card and paper ovals. Apply glue with the old water brush to the eyelet lace of the outer oval then dip into the glitter. When the glue is dry adhere the ovals together using 3D foam tape or dots, then to the card base with 3D foam tape or dots.
Make the elements used for this card by stamping, die cutting from the sets listed. The flying seagulls, the perched seagull, the boat, x8 grass tuffs, x3 clouds, x6 leaves, x6 med flowers and x9 small flowers. Bring color to the elements by using the zig marker pens and water. Die cut from the white card extra layers for the boat, seagulls, rocks, lighthouse scene and floats on the perched seagull. Arrange the elements in layers and adhere to the card front using 3D dots, the hot glue gun and glue.
To make the Oak Berry Blossoms for this card: Take the stamp and die collection set for these flowers and the matching blossom shaping mold. Stamp and die cut enough to use for the card. Color the elements using the (Pink) zig marker pen and a water pen for the flowers and a green color marker for the leaves. When colored, run the flower petals and leaves through the die cutting machine with the mold. For each flower, prick a hole in the centre with a pricking tool and thread the stamens through the hole. Secure the stamens using the hot glue gun. Before trimming the stamen threads away apply glue to the petal edges with the old water brush, dip the petals in the glitter and put aside to dry. When dry trim away the threads, now they are ready to use.
To make the sentiment, stamp the sentiment with the sepia ink onto the white card then taking the two circles dies from the “Circle Basics” die set that fit to make a ring. Cut the sentiment into a ring. Ink the edges of the ring with the Honey Pot ink. Adhere to the card front. Taking the crystal lacquer, apply this to the: seagulls, windows of the lighthouse and the sentiment ring.