Friday, January 8, 2021

Neighborhood background card scene with slopes tutorial.

 For today, I am sharing a layered neighborhood background card scene.  It includes dimension with slopes, cut out detail and ink blending.


Sentiment:  You are simply wonderful.

This is a great card to give for house warming, miss you, thank you, thinking of you or just because.

Helpful tips:
Here are helpful tips for creating this neighborhood card.  I recommend viewing the video for the details.  But, start by stamping the neighborhood background onto cardstock then trim or die-cut it out.  Then, add distress ink blending around the edges.  Next, fussy cut (cut out) a section of the houses to use between the slopes.  Then, die-cut or trim two slope accents.  Also, finish ink blending the houses.  Finally, arrange the scene in layers and adhere the pieces to the card front, to finish.


I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.
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Here is another look.


Supplies:  Unity Stamp Co. Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood and Hello Fresh Start
Also, double-sided clear and foam tape, Ranger distress oxide ink in walnut stain, plastic craft mat; ink blending brush, assorted cardstock, My Favorite Things stitched basic edges die-namics, cording, My Creative Time rectangle frame die layers.

Thank you for visiting.
Gaylynn

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