Happy Cardmaking Day! Hope you get to make some cards today, wherever you are. I have a fun card to share with you, which is very Canadian, with the super fun Merry Moose Bundle. It’s the cutest stamp set with a moose punch. How fun is that. I have a few cards created with this bundle already, so let me show you my newest one.
INSTRUCTIONS TO MAKE THIS CARD:
(Please scroll down for the downloadable PDF)
- Cut the card base, which is Basic Black cardstock 4-1/4 x 11, score and fold at 5-1/2.
- Cut a 4 x 5-1/4 Coastal Cabana cardstock and run it through the Stylish Scroll embossing folder and ink up the raised parts with Whisper White ink using a sponge douber and using Tear & Tape, adhere to card front.
- Cut a 3-1/2 x 4-3/4 watercolor paper and create a watercolor background wash with Coastal Cabana ink and Aqua Painter. Add a few drops of Golden Glitz Delicata refill and move it around with the brush to create a fun background with it. Once it dried, stamp a few trees using Tuxedo Black Memento ink in the middle of it. Adhere the finished panel using Tear & Tape to card.
- Die cut and emboss a rectangle Heirloom Frame using Basic Black cardstock and using a sponge dauber add a little Golden Glitz Delicata ink to it so the pattern shows up better and using Stampin Dimensionals, adhere to card.
- Stamp a moose using Tuxedo Black Memento ink onto Whisper White cardstock and using Crumb Cake Combo and Bronze Stampin Blends color his body and with Smoky Slate Combo, color his antlers. Punch moose out.
- Stamp a scarf using Real Red ink onto Whisper White ink, fussy cut it out and adhere it on moose. Adhere moose using Stampin Dimensionals on frame.
- White emboss sentiment onto a a 1-1/2 x 1/2 Real Red strip and adhere on top of frame as shown on photo using Stampin Dimensionals.
Here is another photo of my card using the adorable Merry Moose Bundle.
If you would like to print out the step by step tutorial you can do that by clicking below. (Please note, downloads might not work on iPads, or tablets, so please use a laptop, or desktop)
Here is the list of the products I used to create this pretty card, so you can order if you like.