MAYMAY'S PICTORIAL DESIGN TEAM FALL CARD
Posted by TAMATHA LUEHRS on
Hey There, Hay There!
Hey y’all! Or is it Hay y’all??? Today, I’m bringing you all a fall thank you card. Do we ever have enough thank you cards? And I love fall…I love the colors, I love FOOTBALL, you name it, I love everything about fall. The minute I saw the Darice Build A Truck Die Set, I knew I had to have it! I have so many ideas for this die set! And then, adding in the Maymay Made It Bushel and A Peck and Howdy Pumpkin stamp sets jut set it off. Oh…and get those scissors out. There’s a bit of fussy cutting in this project. You know, I have a fancy electric die cutting machine that I could probably trace and cut these images…but in the time I set up that file, I can have them cut out with my Cutter Bee Scissors. Ain’t nobody got time for that!
For this card I used:
· Kraft Card Mat
· Small scrap of silver foil cardstock (or in my case, since I didn’t have any, I glued a small piece of aluminum foil to a small piece of white cardstock) for the wheels of the truck.
· Glad Press’n Seal
1. Using my die cut machine, I cut the truck pieces from the teal colored cardstock. I then cut the tires from the black cardstock scrap, the wheels from my “diy” silver foil cardstock, and the window from a small scrap of white cardstock.
2. I inked the edges of the truck pieces and the window with the Vintage Photo ink and my blending tool.
3. I assembled the truck and added Scotch Double-Sided Foam Mounting Tape to the fenders of my truck to give the truck some great dimension.
4. I then stamped the pumpkins and the scarecrow from the Howdy Pumpkin & Bushel and a Peck stamp set. I also stamped the large hay bale from the Bushel and a Peck stamp set but ended up not using it. I used my Mini Misti, which is totally not necessary. I just wanted to make sure I got a really good stamped image. Side Note on the Mini Misti: I have arthritis in my wrists and have a difficult time sometimes getting a good impression, even with the Mini Misti. I purchased a small furniture foot at my local hardware store and a package of felt furniture gliders. I glued one of the felt furniture gliders on the bottom of the furniture foot to make a tool that I can easily slide over the door of the Mini Misti to get more even pressure when I’m stamping a lot of images or a large solid image. You can see me use it in the photo.
5. I colored them with the alcohol markers but they can be colored with the coloring medium of your choice. I fussy cut the images.
6. I arranged the truck on the kraft colored card mat that measures 3 ½ x 4 ¾ cut from Gina Marie Stitched Rectangle Die. Once I got all of my images like I wanted them, I moved the truck out of the way and used Glad Press’n Seal to pick up all of my little images so they would stay arranged like I wanted them. I applied the glue to the images and then put them back onto the kraft card mat. Then, I added the truck on top. I also added a pumpkin to the hood of the truck and popped that pumpkin up on Scotch Double-Sided Foam Mounting Tape.
7. I layered the 3 ½ x 4 ¾ kraft card mat onto a teal card mat die cut from the largest rectangle die from the Gina Marie Stitched Rectangle Die Set. It measures approximately 4 1/8 x 5 3/8. Then I layered both of those onto the A2 kraft card base.
8. I stamped the greeting “Hey there” from the Howdy Pumpkin stamp set with Versa Fine Clair Acorn ink.
9. I knew I wanted this to be a thank you card so I added the sentiment “thank ya” from the Howdy Pumpkin stamp set to the inside of my card. I also stamped a pumpkin on the bottom left corner and a leaf on the top right corner to add extra interest to the inside of the card.
I hope you enjoyed this little card tutorial. If you make something like this head over to the Customer Gallery at maymaymadeit.com and upload your image. We’d love to see your take on this card! You can also post it on Instagram and tag Maymay Made It by using the hashtag #maymaymade it.
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