Thursday, June 15, 2017

Great Outdoors

Good Morning My Scrapping Cottage Friends!

It is Pam sharing with you on this beautiful Thursday! I am showing you a Dad's Day card that has 4 folds.  It should really appeal to all those dad's that love to go camping and appreciate the beauty that our great outdoors has to offer!


1.  Start with a  5 1/2 x 12 inch piece of brown card stock.  Score at 1 1/2, 2 3/4, 5 1/4 and 7 3/4
next cut your designer paper slightly smaller than the score lines for each panel.
2.  Glue the designer paper to the card as shown below
3.  Using Cottage Cutz dies Rustic Sign and TreesWoodland Fawns and Spring Grass cut out the sign, grass, fawn and bunny. Assemble the pieces and ink for dimension

4.  On the back panel cut a free hand rolling hill for the backdrop glue it down first add the trees, fawn and grass
5.  On the third panel from the front cut a free hand rolling hill and glue down first add the tree, the bunny and the grass
6.  On the very front panel add a free hand cut hill and the sign and finally the grass
7.  Type up your sentiment and print on cream colored paper add Dad to the sign and your sentiment to the forth panel

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I hope you give your dad a big hug and make him a very cute Father's Day card!

Blessings
Pam


6 comments:

Mary Marsh said...

this is a great masculine card Pam-so perfect for the Dad that loves the woods and camping-I like the fancy fold as well

Janja said...

What a great card! Nice details gives a wonderful result.

Anja Ž. said...

Great outdoor scene, Pam. Love the cute fawns in the woods.

Lois said...

Wonderful Father's Day card, Pam! I love your forest. I'm always astonished by the number of shades of greens there are in a forest. You have captured that look perfectly!

Bev Polen said...

What a splendid Father's Day card, Pam! I love your design and all the gorgeous CottageCutz woodland type die cuts. The sign with the Dad sentiment is fantastic. Very clever card, Pam!

SugarShine Designs said...

Awesome card Pam! It's not easy to make cards that are masculine but yours is perfect. Great use of all the dies and the sentiment. - Janet