World of Good Front Flap

One of my favorite suites in the new annual catalog is the World of Good Suite on page 24.  So many beautiful new products!  I just had to use it for club last month.  We had our class online and everyone did a great job using the products they had to reproduce this card.

Here’s the fixin’s:

Best Catch Diorama Card

Our second project for May’s Stamp Club was a diorama card using the Best Catch bundle.

This card has three different levels.  The fisherman is stamped on the back layer.  The cattails are attached to the middle level, and the fish are adhered to the front of the card.

The back layer is Sahara Sand, 4 1/4” x 7 1/2”, scored at 2” from each end.  This is the layer with the fisherman stamped on it.

The middle layer is Soft Suede, 4 1/4” x 5 1/2”, scored at 1” from each end.  This layer is cut with an oval, slightly smaller than the one on the front layer.

The front layer is Crumb Cake, 4 1/4” x 7 1/2”, scored at 2” from each end.  This layer is cut with a large oval and stamped with the Crackle background.

Adhere the Soft Suede flaps to the inside of the Sahara Sand flaps, then adhere the Crumb Cake flaps to the outside of the Sahara Sand flaps to cover the front and sides.

Although it’s a three dimensional card, it can be folded flat and mailed in a regular envelope.

I hope you enjoyed this project.  I’d love to hear from you in the comments below!

Thanks for stopping by.


Geared Up Garage Impossible Card

In my last post, I promised you another Impossible Card.  This was one of two masculine projects from Stamp Club this month, using the Geared Up Garage bundle.

I’m happy to see more masculine products in our catalog, and making this card was a fun project.  It’s easier than it looks, too!

Stay tuned for another great guy card in a future post!