Saturday, June 22, 2019

Sunflower Scarecrow


One of the things I like about Eyelet Outlet products is they are so versatile. They can be used in a variety of ways. For today's card I have a couple of tips to share.






First, let me show you the card:



Eyelet Outlet Products Used:

Green Washi Tape (similar to this one)


Now, about my tips:

Tip #1 - The Sunflower Washi Tape is glittery, which is great, but for a scarecrow card it just seemed a bit too glitzy. My solution was to put a piece of vellum over the top of it. Then I added the Checked Washi Tape over the top of the washi to help secure everything.

Tip #2 - I wanted leaves for my sunflowers to coordinate with the leaf on the scarecrow's hat, but I didn't have any leaves. No problem. I had green Washi Tape. I folded the tape so it was "sealed" and then I hand cut two leaves.


I then poked a hole in toward the end of each leaf and added it to one of the Sunflower Brads.



Then it was just a matter of attaching the brad to the card like normal. How fun is that!?!?!



Thanks for stopping by my blog today!


Eyelet Outlet ProductsChecked Washi Tape, Green Washi Tape (similar to this one), Sunflower Brads, and Sunflower Washi Tape

Stamp: Whipper Snapper Sunflower Scarecrow stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored with Copic Markers

Papers: Fun Stampers Journey Summer Days and Recollections Black and 110# White CS and Vellum and DP from my scrap file

4 comments:

  1. Love when you share tricks of the trade. Very clever putting the vellum over the washi. I don't think I would have thought of that. Making the leaves was a great idea too. I love the Scarecrow. Fall is a fave of mine.

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  2. Thanks for the added tips on using washi tape. You are always thinking outside the box. Great ideas!

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  3. What a great card Jeanette - love how you muted the sunflower washi, and used green washi for the leaves! You are so creative!
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  4. Fabulous papers and brads with this fun fall scarecrow!!

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