Wednesday, June 29, 2016

ClubScrap Boardwalk Kit Blog Hop

Boardwalk Blog Hop!!

Today I am working with Club Scrap's Boardwalk kit.  This kit is so fun.  There is so many possibilities for this kit.  I am headed to the Oregon coast in a few weeks and this will be PERFECT for this kit!  We also just had a huge seafood cookout in a wine barrel that I have a ton of photos of that that will be perfect for this kit too.  

For today's blog hop - I made a couple of cool projects that fold up very nicely and fit in an envelope.



Supplies:
Cardstock
Rubberstamps
Inks
Scoring pal
Adhesive

Instructions:
Cut (1) cardstock 4.5 x 12 in, score at 1.5in, 3in, 4.5in, 6in, 7.5in, 9in, and 10.5in.

Cut (1) cardstock 4.5 x 1 in. Score in half lengthwise. This will be the "hinge".
Turn the 4.5 x 12 in piece of cardstock, the other direction and score at 1.5in, and 3in.
 Cut out 4 blocks per diagram:

Fold on the lines specified in diagram as shown:
 Adhere the hinge onto the back flap:


 Adhere two step flaps wings together:


 Now you can decorate the blocks with various 1.25 x 1.25 squares either stamped or from decorative papers:


 The steps fold flat as shown:
 I made an envelop to fit the above project 4.5 x 6 in.




Thanks for stopping by...now for more great stuff -
go check out Josette's blog hop project!!!

The majority of the materials used in this project are from ClubScrap. TFL DebDuzScrappin
 photo Artistteambadge_rsz_zpsee8cbeff.jpg

27 comments:

  1. That is otally fabulous, Deb! I just love everything about it. The folding, the stamping and the use of the envelope punchboard.

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  2. Thank you for the brilliant tutorial. I love it!

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  3. What a totally awesome idea and tutorial. Absolutely wonderful. TFS.

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  4. What a totally awesome idea and tutorial. Absolutely wonderful. TFS.

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  5. Deb this is so creative, I also love how you added the little bathing suit charm! Sweet!

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  6. Whoa! These are so cool! Thanks for sharing the tutorial with us. I could see adding a birthday or anniversary greeting and sending this as "more than a card". TFS!

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  7. Whoa! These are so cool! Thanks for sharing the tutorial with us. I could see adding a birthday or anniversary greeting and sending this as "more than a card". TFS!

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  8. Gosh Debbie, are these ever cute!! Love how dimensional and interactive they are, well done!

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  9. Holy Moly is this ever cute! Love how it easily becomes flat or dimensional.

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  10. Brilliant! Just when one thinks they have seen about every kind of cool folded dimensional yet collapsable card, YOU show up with this awesome card and tutorial!

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  11. This is a fun card! Would be cool to add special photos!

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  12. Such a cute idea - would make a great birthday card for display. Thanks for sharing! Have a great day!

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  13. What a fun card/display! I can envision lots of ideas for this. Thanks for sharing the how to!

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  14. Love this! Excellent tutorial as well - thank you!

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  15. Beautiful 3D cards! Love them! Nice job :)

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  16. This is very cool, Deb. Love your project!

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  17. I've made many cards and seen plenty in mag but this building block design is a new one and so versatile, too. Way to go!

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  18. I've made many cards and seen plenty in mag but this building block design is a new one and so versatile, too. Way to go!

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  19. Love this card design. Have never seen a building block design as a card though I get a few papercraft magazine subscriptions. Very versatile. Especially like the way it folds flat!

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  20. Love this card design. Have never seen a building block design as a card though I get a few papercraft magazine subscriptions. Very versatile. Especially like the way it folds flat!

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  21. What a treat it would be to receive one these! Awesome directions and photos. I think I might be able to pull this off ;-)

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  22. So,so cool! I totally love these. Can't wait to give them a try, thanks for the tutorial.

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  23. Such a great card idea. I love cards with a difference.

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