Good Wednesday morning. Today I have birdhouse, birds and flowers scene card to share with you using the Rubbernecker 5142-05D Birds Die, 5114D Mini Flower Stack, 5122D Rectangle Stitch OPC Die, 5126D Tree Panel #1 Die, 5030 Nested Oval Scallop Die and 5131 Square Combo #1 OPC Die. You can find all of these dies included in the sale going on over at Rubbernecker. Click on the ad below for more information about the sale.
The Tree, Grass and Frame
I cut the tree panel out using white cardstock and colored it with brown and green Copic markers. The scalloped oval section was cut in half and trimmed down to fit in behind the frame. I attached the two frame sections together on the back using double stick tape and attached the scalloped grass sections. I applied thin strips of mounting tape to the back of the frame, trimmed the tree panel to fit and attached it to the mounting tape. I applied double stick tape to the back of the tree panel and frame and attached it to the blue card base.
Birdhouse, Birds and Flowers
I hand cut the tiny birdhouse using brown wood grain cardstock and punched a 1/8″ circle in it to create the birdhouse opening. I punched a 1/8″ circle in a piece of scrap cardstock, trimmed around the circle with my deckle scissors to create the white frame for the opening and attached it with glossy accents. I cut a corner section and straight section of scalloped frame border and attached them to the birdhouse using mounting tape. Check out my Die Cut Birdhouse Video to see how I used parts and pieces of frame dies to create the birdhouse.
I attached the birdhouse to the card base with a piece of mounting tape. I cut another tree panel in green and cut the branches apart to use as flower stems. I used my small tipped stylus and molding pad to form the tiny flowers and then I attached them to the branches using glossy accents. I tucked the flower branches in behind the scalloped grass borders and attached with glossy accents.
The birds were attached to the scene using pieces of mounting tape. I finished by attaching one tiny flower and a couple small branches to the birdhouse using glossy accents. I love how the red flowers and red birds pop against the blue background, white frame and green grass.
You can see more of my cards using Rubbernecker dies in the Kittie Kraft card gallery.
Thank you for coming by today. I hope this bright and cheerful birdhouse, birds and flowers card inspires you to get in your craft room to create a scene card of your own.
3 thoughts on “Birdhouse, Birds and Flowers Scene”
Gorgeous card! I love it!
Comme une fen^tre ouverte sur le printemps … Charmante petite carte. Gros biosus et bonne soirée !
Good afternoon, kittie. a lovely card full of joy, you want to hear the birds sing. love it.
by the way. when you cut your frames like these. how do you keep them together? do you t cut separately and then place them together, for the multiple frame? I like t he effect in
you creations……thanks so much for answering.