Saturday, July 4, 2020


Hello My Scrapping Cottage Friends!

Today,  I have a beautiful lighthouse scene to share!  This lighthouse looks exactly like the one on Hilton Head Island in South Carolina.  If you watch the Heritage Golf Tournament you will get a glimpse of it!

Background Photo by Philipp Deus on Unsplash
Designer Steps:
 1.  Use the Lighthouse die and cut out your pieces: Rust, red, white, brown, and teal blue card stock
2.  Shade your pieces using a variety of Tim Holtz inks and a small applicator.  Next assemble the pieces using a fine tip, fast drying glue

 3.  For the base use a piece of white A2 card stock.  Cut out a white frame using the largest Stitched Wide Rectangle Frame die.  Next use the largest Pierced Rectangle die and cut on white card stock.  Place the third from the largest Pierced Oval die in the center of the pierced rectangle piece cut out the oval. Using the same oval die cut out a piece of cloud DP

4.  Glue the white frame directly to the A2 white card front making sure to center it.  Next put dimensional tape on the back of the white pierced retangle piece with the oval cut out.  And tape it to the middle of the frame as shown.  Put glue on the back of the DP cloud piece and push it down into the middle of the oval
5.  Glue down the hill behind the oval frame and slide in the lighthouse behind the hill.  Pop up the little house and then glue down the water.  Next on black card stock cut out two Happys using the Expressions Happy die.  Glue together and then glue on card as shown.  Stamp birthday and layer on red then glue to card as shown 

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Thanks so much for stopping by today!  I really appreciate your visit!

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