Sunday, July 20, 2014

Summer Fun Waterfall Card

Hello Rubber Cafe' Fans!

Today I have a  fun Waterfall card to share with you. 

I made it with the July Creative Cafe' Kit - Under the Sea and the add on set, Fun in the Sun.



I started by creating an A2 top folding card out of blue cardstock.  

I cut a 4" x 5 1/4" piece of patterned paper and a 4" x 3/4" piece of blue cardstock.


I addition I cut:
2-2" square panels of blue cardstock
2-2" square panels of yellow cardstock
1-9" x 2" panel of blue cardstock (Starting at end of strip, score 2", 2¾", 3 ½", and 4 ¼" from the end)
4-7/8" square panels from white cardstock (stamp images with Memento Tuxedo Black ink)
1-6" x 7/8" panel from white cardstock (stamp images with Memento Tuxedo Black ink)



Adhere the 9" strip to the thin strip of blue cardstock with Scrap Happy Glue.


Adhere to the card at the ends of the thin strip so that the 2" x 9" strip will slide when pulled down.


Start adhering each of the completed 2" panels to the card with Scrap Happy Glue.


Panel 2



Here's how it looks when all the panels are adhered.


Loop a piece of ribbon through the bottom of the slider panel.  Adhere the final larger panel to the panel as shown.


Here's a closer look at the last panel.


I hope you like my waterfall card!  It's such a great way to showcase all the cute images in the "Fun in the Sun" stamp set and the recipient will be thrilled when they receive it!

Thanks so much for stopping by today!



Supplies:
Stamps:  The Rubber Cafe' - July Creative Cafe' kit Under the Sea and add on stamp set, "Fun in the Sun".
Paper:  The Rubber Cafe' - July Creative Cafe' kit  -Echo Park Walking on Sunshine paper pack
Ink:  Memento  Tuxedo Black, copic markers
Adhesives: Scrap Happy Glue
Embellishments: July Creative Cafe' kit ribbon, stickers




2 comments:

Jean Bullock said...

How fun and pretty. I have always wanted to make one of these. Thanks for the great tutorial. You have inspired me.

Ann said...

I am doing a beach card for my nephew for his birthday and this kinda what I had in mind.
Ann