Hey there! It’s Judy V from Created Just 4 U Designs with a summery designed fence card project for CutCardStock. Have you seen these? I just discovered them on Pinterest and thought I’d give one a try.
DCS Discount Card Stock – Calico Blue (on special this month)
DCS Shimmery Textured Wedding Cake White Card Stock (on special this month)
Cougar White Smooth CardStock (on special this month)
Create the card base by cutting a piece of blue card stock to 4 1/4 x 8 inches. Score at 5 1/2 inches along 8 inch side.
Cut 1 piece of Wedding Cake White card stock to 4 x 2 14 inches, 4 pieces to 1/2 x 4 inches and 2 pieces 1/2 x 3 3/4 inches.
Construct the Fence
Place a piece of tape, washi tape or sticky note on the center, backside of the larger white piece straight down. This will help position the 4 fence railings. You’ll want the length of the top of the larger piece down to the bottom of the bottom railing to measure somewhere between 5 1/4 to 5 1/2 inches. I used a grid to help. Line the edges of the railings up with the outer edges of the top piece. I spaced each railing about a 1/4 inch apart. The other 2 3 3/4 inch pieces are lined up and glued just inside the outer edges to act as pence posts. My measurements are probably different than other tutorials you see, as I wanted a blue edge around my card.
I adhered this piece to the card base.
Die cutting was done using the Cougar White and Gum Drop card stock.
I added a little color to the white die cuts and also die cut a sentiment from the calico blue card stock.
The greenery was added to the card base.
Flowers were added next.
Sentiment and the bee wee added to complete.
Thanks for taking a look at my fence card project. I hope I’ve inspired you to try one, if you haven’t already.