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Autumn Memories – Gatefold Greeting Card

Hi friends, Its Hazel from Handcrafted Expressions, welcome to my new project Glorious Days of Autumn Greeting Card for The Robin Nest Creative as a Design Team Member.

Today’s tutorial is all about the Gatefold Greeting Card for welcoming the Autumn Season – Glorious Days of Autumn.

Learn with me how to make an easy and Gatefold Greeting Card for gifting your loved ones this Autumn Season.

Card Stock & Stamps for the Greeting Card

Cards and Stamps used for the Greeting Card

Here to design this card I have used 5/7” gatefold card, scrapbook papers, spellbinder die, leaf stamp, Tim Holtz distress inks, and a ribbon bow.

Use of Distress Ink

Distressing on the Greeting Card

Using the brush & distress ink, have distressed the sides of the scrapbook papers.

Designing the Card with Die cuts

Sticking Die cuts on Card

Using the die cuts, I have designed it by sticking them in a round shape to form a pumpkin, I have also used a black ink pen to draw lines on the round shape as pumpkin. The green die cut is again stuck over it to design the shade of the pumpkin.

Stamping on the Greeting Card 

Stamping on the Card

I have used the leaf rubber stamp to stamp with green archival ink and then fussy cut them to stick on the top of the circle to create the pumpkin.

Dew Drops Designing on the Greeting Card 

Dew Drops on the Card

Here I have stuck the ribbon bow and using the Dewdrops from The Robin nest creative I have designed and decorated the card to highlight the design of the pumpkin and the background flowers on the base of the card.

Final Look of the Greeting Card 

Final Look
Final Look with the material
Final Look with Dew Drops

Links to the Material used:

https://therobinsnestcreative.com/product/brighten-your-day-dew-drop-pack/?affiliates=17

https://therobinsnestcreative.com/product/fresh-mowed-grass-dew-drops/?affiliates=17

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