Home To Roost Note Card
Three Butterflies on a Gingham Gala Background Notecard

Home To Roost Notecard

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Supplies:

Whisper White Cardstock-#100730 $9.75

Basic Black Cardstock-#121045 $8.50

Memento Black Tuxedo stamp pad-#132708 $6.00

Watercolor Paper-#122959 $5.00

Tranquil Tide Ink Pad-#147146 $7.50

Stampin’ Write Markers-#147154 $123.00

Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals-#144108 $4.00

Paper Snips-#103579 $10.00

Stampin’ Trimmer-#126889 $30.00

Home to Roost Stamp Set (Sale-A-Bration)-#149736

Wink of Stella Glitter Brush-#141897 $8.00

Rectangle Stitched Framelits Dies-#148551 $35.00

Paper Dimensions:

Whisper White Card Stock- 4 ¼” by 11” scored at 5 ½” on the 11” side

And a piece 3 ¼ by just over 4 ½” cut using the Rectangle Stitched Framelits Dies

Also the smallest Rectangle Stitched Framelits Dies for the greeting

Watercolor Paper-A small piece of watercolor paper large enough to stamp the rooster on

Basic Black-3 ¾” by 4 ¾” , also a piece just larger than the smallest Rectangle from the Stitched Framelits Dies

Directions:

Cut all of the cardstock. 

Adhere the larger piece of black cardstock to the card base.  Color the background with Stampin’ Write markers.  Stamp the reed using the Tranquil Tide pad.  Color top of reed lightly with Soft Suede marker.  Use Wink of Stella to highlight the background making it look like a fresh “dew” on everything.  Stamp the rooster on watercolor paper using Memento ink.  Color in with Stampin’ Write markers.  Highlight with the Wink of Stella.  Cut out using paper snips and adhere to card with Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals. Stamp greeting on small rectangle using Memento pad.  Adhere to small basic black cardstock. Adhere to card.

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Phyllis Shepherd

Thank you Christina. I love that rooster! So much fun to play with.

Christina

Great card. This rooster is really growing on me.

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