Saturday, June 12, 2010

Summer Picnic Waterfall Card

What comes to mind when you think about a summer picnic? I always think of watermelon and cheap plastic red gingham tablecloths and a BBQ grill. It was fun to pull out a stamp set that had these picnic images and put them together for a special card. I used this exclusive Waterfall Card Set from Creative Cuts and More and let me tell you - it was SO easy to put this together.

I really don't like numbers and measuring and cutting and scoring. CC&M made this so easy because everything is already cut to the perfect size and all the parts are scored just right. I don't have to think if this is too big or that score line is 1/8" off. It's great to have all that taken care of so I don't give myself a headache. :-)

To put this waterfall card together, I followed the tutorial on their website HERE. That tutorial really helped me understand what goes where, and all I had to do was stamp and color my images for the four panels.

I had stamped the red gingham "tablecloth" directly on the waterfall card mechanism, and then I smudged and made a big boo-boo. Grrrrrrrrrr. So I stamped it again on a sheet of white paper, and then cut it to size to cover up my boo-boo. It's a quick and easy fix for those inevitable boo-boo's that we always seem to make at just the wrong moment. LOL











Are you itching to make your own Waterfall Card now? Head on over to Creative Cuts and More and order yours today. :-)


Die Cut:
Waterfall Card Set from Creative Cuts and More
--- card is Blackberry Swirl Bazzill Smoothies cardstock
--- waterfall mechanism is White Bazzill Smoothies cardstock


Stamps:
Summer Trees (Kim Hughes) from Cornish Heritage Farms
Fine Gingham backgrounder from Cornish Heritage Farms

Ink:
Tuxedo Black Memento
Satin Red Versafine
Citrus Adirondack dye

Other:
Killer Red Tacky Tape from Creative Cuts and More
Copic markers
red eyelet
red gingham ribbon - Offray

2 comments:

Debby said...

Ms. Holly, seems like forever since I commented on your blog. I love this you did a great job.
Angel hugs
Debby

Anne said...

Oh my word, this is wonderful and adorable, I love it!