Club Scrap Creates, just in case you're lost!
Cape Cod is one of my favorites, but I say that about every kit because it's impossible for me to be objective. I realize this and have come to accept it.
I stumbled upon this nifty card structure designed by Susie Prendergast and illustrated by Penny Wessenauer, and I've had it on my "things to try someday" pile. Well, today was "some" day!
The basic supply list:
5.5x12 Serenity Light Blue
5.5x12 Serenity Dark Blue
5.5x8.5 folded Come Sail Away Dark Blue card
8.5x11 Serenity Yellow Plain
You will also need the following:
Bone Folder, Craft Knife and Cutting Mat, Adhesive, Faber-Castell Big Brush Markers, Scorel-Pal, and those amazing Cape Cod Unmounted Stamps (Borders & Backgrounds, FontArt, Greeting and Collection)
Here is a peek at the cutting/folding diagram you can find via the link. It may take a few minutes to sort it all out, but it's worth the effort.
My best advice is to arrange the papers on your work surface exactly as shown in the diagram and follow the slit-cutting indicators carefully. (I had to piece one of the sections back together with tape!)
I love how the card flattens completely, so you can easily drop it into a standard envelope and send it off to Operation Write Home!
For the inside of the card, I stamped the awesome Father's Day sentiment from the UM Greetings plate. I love that one! (I think I just completed the card I'll give my dad!)
Hope you like! Thanks for stopping!
Your next stop on the hop is across the globe in the Netherlands at Hetty Sanders' place called Craft Chaos.