This adorable card really depicts life on the farm.
But it also reminds me of that classic children’s story about the animals that piled onto each other’s backs.
I have searched high and low for the title and I can’t find it!
So, if you’re reading this blog and know which story I’m referring to -please drop me a comment below!
Now, back to this card that I’ve titled On the Farm.
Our oldest grandson adores animals and he knows them so well!
So, when I saw this stampset with matching dies in the current mini catalogue – it was just a no-brainer for me.
Hopefully, you grabbed the free Sale-a-Bration paper that matched with the bundle?
If you did, you can use that paper and die cut out the cow and pig.
But if you didn’t, then just stamp and die cut the images.
Card requirements for On the Farm (full supply list at the end)
- Thick basic white cardstock cut (1) – 5½” x 8¼”, scored at 4 1/8″
- Basic white cardstock cut (1) – 5 3/8″ x 4″ (outside frame)
- Basic white cardstock cut (1) – 5 ¼” x 3 7/8″ (inside)
- Scrap white for stamping
- Soft suede cardstock cut (1) – 5 3/8″ x 4″
- Cane 3D embossing folder
- Pens to colour in cow, pig and chicken
- Gingham ribbon
- Black matte dots
- On the Farm Bundle
- Soft Suede Stampin’Up Marker Pen
- Scalloped contours die
- Foam strips
How to assemble your card
- Emboss your outside frame piece of basic white cardstock with an embossing folder of your choice
- Then run it through the cut and emboss machine using the frame die from the scalloped contours die
- Adhere to the front of the card using foam strips
- Stamp a cow, pig and chicken
- Colour in using pens of your choice
- Glue the cow down in the centre
- Adhere the pig using dimensionals
- Adhere the chicken using dimensionals
- Stamp your sentiment in soft suede
- Adhere your matte dots
- Make a bow using the gingham and twine
- Adhere with a glue dot
- Glue your basic white inner onto your soft sued matte
- Glue onto your card base inside
And just like that you have created a cute card that depicts life on the farm!
You can grab my full supply list here if you’d like to copy my card.
I organize monthly card class events where we make cards for our local hospital.
I think this card is going to cheer a little person up!
If you’d like to join our monthly community card events -you can check out the dates here.
Until next time!