Here’s how card was made:
- Stamp Ralph Golfing on watercolor paper with Onyx Black VersaFine Ink
- Color him up with Derwent Inktense Pencils. We love using different mediums on coloring these up. Jamie has always done really well with colored pencils and we love the outcome.
- Die-cut using the Ralph Golfing Die Cut and set aside.
- Die-cut white cardstock using the Slimeline OPC Scallop Die, you will have the slimline frame and three squares once cut.
- On one of the squares, Grass Color Fuse Ink was applied to the bottom of the square with a brush. We love doing this prior to adding the dies just to give it a little bit more dimension and add more color to the card.
- Die-cut grass from green cardstock using the Grass #2 Die Cut and glue to the bottom of the square with Zip Dry Glue and trim off any overhang of grass. Such a pretty look.
- Stencil clouds using Sonata Color Fuse Ink on the other two squares.
- Stamp Old Putter phrase to one of the stenciled cloud squares with black ink. There are tons of birthday sentiments in the shop, but this one fit so nicely.
- Cut a dark blue panel 3 1/4″ x 8 1/4″ and glue the frame and squares to this.
- Pop up Ralph using 3D Foam Squares from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.
- Randomly glue on blue sequins using Zip Dry Glue.
Is this birthday card for a golfer not the cutest, most appropriate thing? If you know a fellow who loves to hit the links, this is the card for them!