Scrapping Cottage friends! Thanks for taking the time to stop and visit today. It's Mary Marsh here bringing you the Wednesday edition of the Blog.
Today for your viewing pleasure, I am featuring dies from both the May "this & that" release & the June "home sweet home" release. I have also created a screen divider card and I will give you all the details on how you can create one as well. You can use your CottageCutz dies in a fun and creative way with this style card.
Card Base: 5 1/2" x 11"
Decorated Panels: 2 5/8" x 4 1/4"
Step 1: Score 5 1/2" x 11" cardstock at 2 3/4", 5 1/2", and 8-1/4" in the horizontal position.
I started my 1st panel by sponging in some clouds with a light blue ink using a cloud template.
grass, trees & vines, build-a-house accessories, spring stamps and fancy pocket plus dies. Bike is cut in a coral cardstock, tree in gumball green and matching patterned paper, birdhouse in pool party.
The next panel I used the same light blue ink to sponge the panel and a medium green for the grassy area. The dies are from the same sets listed above.
The 3rd panel is using the same dies listed above plus the garden accessories & hello spring dies. I cut a stencil from the clouds & sun die and sponged in the sun in the upper corner. I also added clouds and a grassy area. I wanted some small butterflies so I used a punch for those.
On the last panel I used the spring bloom corner and the bicycle in grass and the fancy pocket plus dies. I sponged the background in the light blue ink. My corner is cut in coral cardstock and the butterflies in a rich razzleberry cardstock.
I adhered the panels to the screen divider and to hold in place I used some light blue ribbon that matches the card base.
Here are some other close-up shots of the card panels.
And, that my friends is my card for this week. Thanks for sticking with me till the end of this post. I know it was a long one. Don't forget about our current challenge. This one is Greenery. Get more info here. So until next time......inky hugs.