Tuesday Tutorial

Sep 13, 2016 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

 Cute little scarecrow card today!  Don’t miss out on the new items in the Clearance Rack – updated today- some great things – see them in my online store here

 Love this cute little scarecrow!

Supply:
  • Stamp Sets: Cookie
    Cutter Halloween (142252 w, 142255 c), Tin of Cards (138946), Timeless
    Texture (140514 w,140517c)
  • Inks: Basic
    Black Archival Ink (140931), Rich Razzleberry (126950), Delightful Dijon(138327),
    Mint Macaron (138326),Crumb Cake (126975)
  • Paper: Very
    Vanilla cs (101650), Rich Razzleberry cs (115316) Petals & Paisley
    Specialty Designer Series Paper  (142017)
  • Other:  Pretty
    Paisleys Embossing Folder  (141833),
    Big Shot (143263), Cookie Cutter Builder Punch (140396), Aquapainters (103954),
    Linen Thread (104199),  5/8 “ Burlap
    Ribbon  (141487), Handheld Stapler  (139083), dimensionals (104430), mini
    glue dots (103683)
Measurement:
Very Vanilla cardstock : 5 ½ ” x8 ½ ”, 4” x 5
¼”, small piece for scarecrow
Rich Razzleberry cardstock:  4 1/8” x 5 3/8”  
Petals & Paisley DSP: ½ “ x 3”    
 
Instructions:
1.   
Using the Big Shot, and the
Pretty Paisley embossing folder, emboss the Very Vanilla cardstock.
2.   
Stamp “A happy hello” with
Rich Razzleberry ink on the embossed piece.
3.   
Use Mint Macaron ink and
the Timeless Textures dots (stamped off) to add some splotches.
4.   
Stamp the scarecrow onto a
scrap of Very Vanilla cardstock, and use aquapainters and ink to add
color.    
5.   
Punch out scarecrow with
the Cookie Cutter Builder punch. 
6.   
 Use a small bit of linen thread and twirl to
create a circle – allow the ends to be loose. 
7.   
Layer burlap ribbon, petals
and paisley dsp and linen thread circle onto left side of embossed image and
attach using the handheld stapler. 
8.   
Use dimensionals to attach
scarecrow. 
9.   
Use two pieces of linen
thread to create bow for scarecrow’s neck. 
Attach with a glue dot.
10.
Attach the Very Vanilla
cardstock onto the Rich Razzleberry cardstock, and attach to the cardbase.   

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