Monday, May 29, 2017

Every Day Is a New Adventure

I made this card for my friend's son who is graduating from high school this year.  I layered the clouds and airplane to make it 3D.

  • Begin Adventure (AT-0194)
  • Huckleberry Fusion (CS-0015)
  • Pool Play (CS-0092)
  • Whip Cream (CS0040)
  • Black Licorice (IP-0041)
  • Huckleberry Fusion (IP-0035)
  • Journey Rectangles (DI-0041)
  • Cloud Dreams (DI-0032)
  • Journey Foam Squares (AD-0084 and AD-0085)
  • Journey Glaze (AD-0003)
  • Journey Craft Glue (AD-0111)
  • Rich Sorbets PanPastels (JM-0082)


  1. Use a piece of 8 12" x 5 1/2" Huckelberry Fusion cardstock for for the card base.
  2. Use the largest Journey Rectangle to cut the background from Pool Play cardstock.
  3. Use the three smallest Cloud Dreams dies to cut three clouds from Whip Cream cardstock.
  4. Add shading to the clouds with Huckleberry Fusion PanPastel.  Use an eraser to add detail and erase mistakes.
  5. Stamp the airplane onto Pool Play cardstock with Huckleberry fusion ink.
  6. Stamp a second airplane onto Pool Play cardstock wtih Black Licorice Ink.
  7. Detail cut around the outside of the airplane.
  8. From the Black Licorice stamped airplane, cut around the propeller including the round front part of the airplane.  Pop it up on foam squares and attach it to the airplane.
  9. Stamp "Everyday is a new adventure," onto the largest cloud with Huckleberry Fusion ink.
  1. Coat the airplane with Journey Glaze and set aside to dry.
  2. Glue the Pool Play background to the Huckleberry Fusion card base.
  3. Place the card with the fold at the top (landscape).
  4. Glue the smallest cloud to the near the upper left corner.
  5. Pop the second to smallest cloud up on Journey Foam squares and position as shown.
  6. Pop the Airplaine up on a double layer of Journey Foam squares and position it in front of the second cloud as shown.
  7. Pop the third cloud up on a triple layer of Journey foam squares and attach it to the bottom right corner of the card.
See my Box Envelope post for instructions on how to make a box envelope for this card.

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