Dutch Door/Barn Door Card | Best Wishes

I have heard this type of card called a Dutch Door Card or Barn Door Card.  I thought I would share this with you so that you can see more of the prints in action from the Spring Filled Prints (PP-0051).

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I layered some of the patterns from the Spring Filled Prints (PP-0051)  onto pieces of Lemon Grass (CS-0019) before adhering them to a Bubble Gum (CS-0099) card base.  Using the Spring Botanicals (SS-0544), I stamped the flower image on Whip Cream (CS-0040) in Watermelon Fusion (IP-0027) ink and then the stems in Lemon Grass (IP-0022) ink.  I used the Journey Ovals (DI-0042) to cut out the stamped piece.  Using Lemon Grass (IP-0022) ink, I stamped the Best Wishes from the Everyday Script Bundle (BD-0344) onto a piece of Bubble Gum (CS-0099) card stock before cutting it out using the coordinating die.

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Using Sparkle Silk (IP-0126) and a Small Blending Brush (TO-0097), I brushed the Sparkle Silk onto the floral image.

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Using the Just Write Gel Pens (JD-0060), I traced over the letters in Best Wishes to add a little more interest.

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I adhered the pieces onto the card base using Easy Glide (AD-0081.  I still felt that it needed something so I added some Fashion Gold (AC-0292).  I really think they helped to finish off the card.

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And because I am curious, what do you call this type of card, Dutch Door or Barn Door.  Drop me a comment and let me know.

Best Wishes Dutch Door
Dutch Door or Barn Door??

May all your hand-made creations be Inked with Kindness, Stamped with Love.





Author: inkedwithkindness

I am so excited to share my love for crafting with you! Whether you enjoy creating a handmade card, scrapbook page, working with mixed media or making fun craft projects, I can show you how to enhance your creations. You will learn how to apply new techniques and product to your projects. Being a Fun Stampers Journey Coach allows me to share my passion for crafting with others.

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