Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Baby Clothesline

Hello, friends!  So glad you stopped in to visit Scrapping Cottage today!  It is Bev Polen from Guneaux Designs, and I am a guest designer today for Scrapping Cottage.  I have for you a baby card that features one of the new baby dies from the recent release.  If you have yet to check out the baby dies, you can find several adorable ones here.

My card features one of the new baby dies, the CottageCutz Baby Clothesline Die.

To create the card, I used several other CottageCutz dies as well, as you will see below.  To make the card, follow these steps:

Step 1.  Cut out the clothesline pieces and attach them together.  The assembled clothesline is approximately 4-3/4" long.

Step 2.  Use the CottageCutz Lighthouse With Clouds Die to cut out some clouds.

Step 3.  Use the CottageCutz Campfire Clothesline Die to cut out and assemble two trees.

Step 4.  Use the CottageCutz Spring Grass Die to cut out three pieces of grass from green card stock.

Step 5.  Use the CottageCutz Garden Accessories Die to cut out the pieces from white card stock.   (Except for the fence, I colored the pieces with Copic Sketch Markers.)

Step 6.  Start assembling the card by cutting a 5-1/4" x 4" piece of blue card stock for the first layer of the card.  Attach the clouds and trees to the blue card stock.

Step 7.  Attach two pieces of the grass in layers using foam tape on the second layer.  Attach the assembled clothesline with foam tape.  Ensure the giraffe and elephant's feet are touching the grass. (I cut two small pieces from another blue clothesline to extend the first line to the trees.)

Step 8.  Attach the fence to the left and right sides of the piece using foam tape.  Attach a third layer of grass with foam tape at the bottom of the fence.  Color and add the flowers and stems onto the fence.  Cut a 5-1/4" x 3/4" piece of green card stock, tear a small portion from the top, sponge on green ink, and place it at the bottom of the fence and floral stems.

Step 9.  Cut a 8-1/2" x 5-1/2" piece of white card stock, fold in half for the card base, and attach the above piece to the card base front.

I hope you try creating a card with the CottageCutz Baby Clothesline Die.  It will be fun!
These are the CottageCutz dies used for creating the card:


Lois said...

Lots of little pieces on this cutie of a card! Great work, Bev!

Pam MacKay said...

Bev this card is just adorable!! Your attention to detail is fantastic! Beautifully done I love it!!

Mary Marsh said...

this is such a cute garden scene for the baby clothesline Bev-love it!!

Janja said...

I love this beautiful card, Bev.

SugarShine Designs said...

Bev, You hit it out of the park on this detailed and cute card!

Anita Kejriwal said...

So much detailing . I love this card

Anja Ž. said...

Your card is beautiful!