Thursday, June 10, 2021

Udderly Adorable

 Hello Scrapping Cottage Friends 

It is Pam sharing with you today!

IT IS NEW RELEASE TIME! The collection is called COUNTRY FARM! It has the most delightful dies.  Everything from Tractors to Cowboy Chicks!  Each die is just full of awesome details and can be used for so many different occasions.  Today, I am using the Country Farm Cows. 

Design Steps:

1.  Cut out all of the pieces using the Country Farm Cows die.  I used dark brown, white, tan, green gray, black and gold.  Shade the pieces and assemble them using a fine tip glue
2.  For the base card I used a kraft A2 card.  The DP is milk bottles cut at 4 x 4 with a red layer an 1/8 inch larger.  The red gingham is cut at 2 x 5 1/8 with a red layer an 1/8 inch bigger.  A rectangle cut on kraft card stock using the third from the largest Double Stitched Rectangle die
3.  Glue the DP to it's coordinating red layer.  Glue the gingham layer to the center of the card as shown.  Then on top of the gingham layer glue the milk bottles layer slightly to the left of center as shown.  Glue the double stitched rectangle slightly to the right as shown below
4.  Working on the kraft retangle glue down the fence and little clumps of grass first.  Add the milk bottles to the top of the fence.  Pop up the cow and the bucket.  Cut out a few flowers and leaves then glue them on top of the bucket as shown.  Add the sentiment and bow and your card is complete

5.  I decided to decorate the inside with left over scraps of the DP and an addition piece of fence

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I am so glad you were able to stop by today!  And I hope you can check out the new release in our online store.  Just click HERE!
Take Care and Blessings


Sukie said...

So super cute! The country farm cow is absolutely adorable with the fun papers you selected!

Mary Marsh said...

could this be any cuter! I like the layout and designer papers you used for accents to this sweet bovine

Jeanne said...

So cute Pam - love that sentiment and the milk bottle paper!