Hi crafty friends 🙂
Today’s card is one that I found on Pinterest. I thought it was pretty cool and needed looking into. When I brought it up it had no name attach to it so I can not tell you who made the first one. It just comes up as “Masculine card for golfer”, if you would like to look at it.
My version is made using Chelsea Gardens Paper with Charcoal, Sapphire and Linen card stock along with Blue Burlap Ribbon White Embossing Powder and Confetti Embossing Folder and also a small amount of White Daisy, Willow and Poppy card stock.
Here are the measurements, Instructions and video:
Charcoal X5953 card base: 11′ x 4-1/4′
Score on the 11′ side @ 5-1/2′
Sapphire X5957 Matting : 5-1/4′ x 4′
Linen Paper X7230B matting: 5′ x 3-3/4′
Sapphire X5957 Strip matting panel: 5-1/4′ x 1-3/4′
Chevron paper X7230B strip panel: 5-1/4′ x 1-1/2′
Sapphire X5957 side matting panel: 4-3/4′ x 2′
Charcoal X5953 side panel: 4-1/2′ x 1-3/4′
Sapphire X5957 front matting panel: 3-1/4′ x 2′
Linen X5946 front panel: 3′ x 1-3/4′
Willow X5970 for the Grass: 1-3/4′ x 3/4′
Poppy X5963 for the Tee: 1-1/2′ x 1/2′
Stamp set: For You Darling C1690
12′ pieces of Twine (mine was the Blue Burlap Ribbon Z3325 split into threads)
- fold and burnish the fold line on the card.
- Adhere the Linen paper to the Sapphire matting, and adhere to the front of the card.
- Adhere the Chevron paper to the Sapphire strip and adhere to the front of the card about 1/2′ in on the left hand side of the Linen paper.
- Rub the bottom of the Charcoal side panel with a powder puff to remove the static and finger prints.
- Stamp the Happy Birthday onto the bottom with Versa-Mark ink and then sprinkle the White Embossing powder over the top and then tap of the excess back into the jar.
- Heat the Embossing powder till it goes from a powder to a solid and becomes shiny.
- Adhere this panel to the Sapphire side panel.
- Place some adhesive to the top back of this panel and wind some twine around this panel three times, then thread small piece of twine through the threads and tie a knot.
- Adhere this panel to the Sapphire side panel and adhere to the right side of the card front.
- using your scissors, cut little triangles from the small piece of Willow card stock on the 1-3/4′ side to form the grass, as shown in the picture (cut the triangles at varying heights.
- Cut the Poppy card stock to form a small long thin triangle (this forms the Tee).
- Adhere the grass to the bottom of the linen panel and then adhere the Tee under the grass, as shown in the picture.
- Cut out the 1′ circle and then run it through the Confetti Embossing folder.
- Adhere this to the Tee with the dots inverted.
- Using 3D foam dots adhere this to the left hand side of the card, as shown.
I hope that you like this card and give it a go.
So till Next time….
Keep on creating and bye for now 🙂
Colleen V xxxxxx