Thursday, 5 July 2018

Thank You - moonlight scene behind window gatefold 6" card - Day 185 of my 365 day challenge

Thank You - moonlight scene behind window gatefold 6" card - 
Day 185 of my 365 day challenge

Hi Craft addicts!

I really enjoyed making this card as it is simple to make but looks great! I have used mainly Hunkydory products but some stamps from Stamps by Me too.

How I made this card:-

  • I first of all removed all the panels from the windows in a white 6" gatefold card from Hunkydory. I then coloured the frames using a grey alcohol marker.
  • I then added one of the sheets from the Twilight Forest paper pads (using Fingerlift tape as I didn't want any glue to show through it) to the inside of the card.
  • I felt it needed something extra so I stamped the ship (from the Ahoy Matey collection) a few times (some 2nd generation too) on the water and a couple of the birds from one of Toni Darroch's Stamps by Me sets - I used Versafine Onyx Black ink for all of them.
  • Finally, I used the Thank You die and co-ordinating mat layer (the lettering in Gold Mirri and the background in a blue cardstock) from Paper Boutique (the new range from Creative Crafting World).
  • I attached them together and glued it to the left hand panel so that the card can open.

And there you are a card that is stylish to look at and would make a great Thank You card.

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Products and items you may need to make this project
  • 6" white 8 aperture window gatefold card from Hunkydory
  • Ahoy Matey Stamp set from the For The Love of Stamps collection by Hunkydory
  • Stamps by Me stamp set  for the birds
  • Twilight Forest 6" paper pad again from Hunkydory
  • Thank You dies (mat and layer) from Paper Boutique from Creative Crafting World
  • White stamping card
  • Gold Mirri card
  • Blue card
  • Versafine Onyx Black ink 
  • Cosmic Shimmer PVA Glue
  • Tape pens
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