Hello and thanks for stopping by to see my CottageCutz Mountain Lodge & Stair Step Card.
I made this card to submit to Splitcoaststampers Free For All Challenge (F4A383) last week that was hosted by the sweet Shirley (wannabcre8tive). Her challenge was to “use something made of Old Wood”. This three, stair-step card is my submission to the challenge.
I used a 5-1/2″ x 10-1/2″ piece of SU paper that is a wood grain DSP to create the stair-step card base. The center step includes a mountain lodge made from “old wood”. I found a photo of “old wood” on the Internet and down loaded it to modify and print onto card stock. This was used for the main pieces of the mountain lodge. The roof, porch, and steps were made with the SU wood grain DSP.
The back step includes a mountain range landscape that I drew, colored, and added to it three die cut trees. The front step obviously includes die cuts of a deer, jeep, and road.
I had so much fun creating this CottageCutz Mountain Lodge & Three Stair Step Card. The mountain lodge and Jeep took some time to assemble as there are a lot of tiny, tiny pieces to the items. Regardless, it was worth it.
To create the stair-step card base,
- Cut a 5-1/2″ x 10-1/2″ piece of card stock
- Score the piece at the 1-1/4″, 2-1/2″, 4-1/4″, 6″, and 8-1/4″ marks
- Fold according to the following:
- 1-1/4″ score is a mountain fold
- 2-1/2″ score is a valley fold
- 4-1/4″ score is a mountain fold
- 6″ score is a valley fold
- 8-1/4″ score is a mountain fold
- Decorate to your desire.
I hope you enjoy my CottageCutz Mountain Lodge & Stair Step Card, and will return to Guneaux Designs!
Paper: White CS, Desert Storm CS, Old Wood CS (Digi), and SU Natural Composition Specialty DSP
Stamping With Guneaux Designs By Beverly Polen
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