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The Wild Wild West BLOG HOP DYI- No Template Rocker Card

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The Wild Wild West
 BLOG HOP
Ride em Cow Boys!!
and Girls!



JOIN US EACH DAY, May 24-27 FOR SOME RIDING HORSES FUN. WE'LL HAVE  TUTORIALS AND DT INSPIRATION. THERE WILL BE PRIZES FOR LEAVING COMMENTS ON THE DESIGN TEAM'S BLOGS AND PRIZES FOR TRYING OUR TUTORIALS.  YOU WILL HAVE 2 WEEKS TO ADD YOUR PROJECT to the May 27th POST FOR US TO SEE SO THERE IS NO EXCUSE NOT TO JOIN IN THE FUN. 

Please Hop along with us!! 
 You could win one of the MFP Stamp Shop WESTERNED THEMED STAMP SETS Just comment on the following blogs ( don't forget this one ) each day for more chances to win! ( You do NOT need to comment on on all the blogs each day! The names are drawn randomly.) Try one of the tutorials shown during the Hop and add your photo to the Inlinkz at the bottom of the May 27 post. The winners will be announced on June 11, 2016 right here on the MFP Stamp Shop Blog. You can go back and comment if you missed a day. ( HINT: The more you comment the more chances you have to win. And comments on the MFP blog count twice. ) The deadline for commenting and posting pics of your projects is Friday June 10, 2016 at 10:00 PM EST.

Tutorials
May 25-- Faux Wood Technique by Marilynn
May 27-- Technique by Sandy

Let's get started !!

I think this is such a cute hop and so out of my normal design that I just had a ball with it. 


DYI- No Template Rocker Card
by Sandy Hentzel


Items Needed:
A2 Card
Ruler
Adhesive
Scissors
Stamp Image
Pattern Paper
Salad Plate
Pencil
Circle/Corner Punches (optional)



1) At the fold end of your card, you will find the middle and
measure down one inch on each side of your  (1") ruler.


2) Next, you will turn your ruler lengthwise and measure down one inch.
You will cut away the shadowed part of the card, just like below.
 Here is want it will look like cut:


3) At the open end of the card, you will take the salad plate and
use it as your guide. Line it up at the bottom of the  card and draw
a pencil line.


4) After you draw the line, cut away the corners.
 Here is what the final card base should look like.


5) Next, you will pick your pattern paper and cut them to
fit the card base.
 To do this, I just glue the paper where I want it, flip the card
and cut away the excess
 When you flip the card back around, your paper will be cut
to size
 Finish with all your papers.


6) Color you image and get ready to add it to the card base.
I used pop up tape to give the card a little more dimension.
 I like to use a circle or square punch to make a base for my image
especially if I fussy cut the image out, like I did the horse.

That is it. A very easy, DYI Rocker Card without a complicated
template to print out.

That's it for me for this hop, so you better come back, y'all here now!!!

Here's the Design Team
check out their fabulous creations!!!
Enjoy the Hop. Come back each day. We hope to inspire you to start your own Cowboy Fun projects.  Get to work on the tutorials, show us what you made by June 10th and 
check back on June 11, 2016 to see if you are a winner. 



We hope your enjoyed today's project. If you have a questions or suggestions, please leave it in the comments. Also, we invite you to join our Facebook groups: Scrapbook Blessings Club for more fun, games, inspiration, tips and techniques and YouTube Crafters.
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 Thank you for stopping by and have a blessed day!

Comments

  1. Awesome idea!! I love these images too!!

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  2. Love your rocking horse LOL. Fun tutorial. Hugz

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  3. Great rocking horse card and thanks for the tutorial....my grand daughter would like this....tfs

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  4. Great tutorial. I hope I get back home to try it!

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  5. I've never even seen a card design like this and am eager to give it a try!

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  6. Hi! Very cool card! Thanks for the ideas!
    πŸ’–πŸ™‹πŸΌπŸŽπŸŒΊπŸ’–

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  7. Great tutorial and easy to follow, I had fun making a cowboy card! Your card rocks!

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  8. Great tutorial and easy to follow, I had fun making a cowboy card! Your card rocks!

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