A2 sized (note card 4.25" x 5.5") House Card. Print this one on plain white card stock. I recommend using a good colouring pencil to add colour, like Bruynzeel. Just a touch of colour here and there on the house, and accessories speeds up the project. Or spend all afternoon colouring, cutting, layering to your heart's content.
A6 Whimsy Card. Simply cut along exterior grey line. Score at centre and fold. Add a touch of colour along the border's lines - a pastel shading from a colouring pencil would be nice. Add hints of colour here and there to the florals - & there you go - a fun "quickie"...If you want to fancy it up - see the extras for additional florals to colour, cut, layer. Have Fun. artwork by nika.
If you prefer to decorate your cards with your own creativity, ignore the "extras" this time, and stamp, doodle - to your hearts content. have fun. artwork by nika.
Extra Bits & Pieces for cutting. Use none, all, or some. Tip for cutting: I purposely use a dotted out line for my cutouts. I don't slave over cutting - I usually leave a thumb-nail edge (the solid line really frames the embellie); and wiggle my scissors to create a mild deckle effect as I cut. This speeds the process up - and looks very whimsical. artwork by nika.
A6 sized house card, front of card. (A6 card = when folded: 4.5" x 6.25") Print, Colour, Cut, Layer, Paste. Make this card as simple or as elaborately layered as you'd like. This will be your card's front. See additional file for the back side of your card, which includes more layers and accessories.
Back of House Card. I've included some fun extra's on this one, a mini fold-over card and taglet. Add as little or as much colour as you'd like. Use as many layers as you want, or keep the card simple. Have fun!
when cutting out my card projects, frequently I will ask you to continue your cuts to the very edge of your page of cardstock.even if your printer cuts it off - to make most sizes we need to use all inches!