Today I am showing you how you can create your own Barn Door Journal Card that opens using digitals by Calico Collage, stamps and stencils. I will show you how to add a hidden pocket for a journal card and more!
Barn Door Journal Card Tutorial Video
- Doors digitals by Calico Collage
- Graph Paper digitals by Calico Collage
- Fussy Cut Flowers digitals by Calico Collage
- Barbed Wire Qt. Stamp Set
- Jet Black Archival Ink
- Horse Head rubber
- Horseshoe stamp
- Hold your horses phrase stamp
- Running Running Horse stamp
- Little Horse Rubber Stamp
- Thoughts Qt. Cube Set
- Mare Stallion Qt. Set
- Specimen QT Rubber Stamps
- Somewhat Southwest Stencil
- Exacto knife
- Stylis Tool
- Walnut Stain Distress Ink
- 6 mm x 1 mm Tiny Magnets
- Book Page Scraps
- Fabri-Tac Glue
- Aleene’s Tacky Glue
- Fabric Scraps
- Flatback Rhinestone gems
- Blending tool
- Small Prima Flowers
- Water Color Pencils
- Water pen
Today’s tutorial Linda shows you how to create a Barn Door Journal card using digitals by Calico Collage, stamps with stencils and more. She’ll also create a hidden pocket for a journal card with writing space.
Creating a journal card for the hidden pocket, Linda used the dream and horse word stamps. She stamped on a scrap of a book page the running horse Stamp.
Placing the horseshoe and field stamps and flowers for the front card. The closure was created using 6 x 1 mm magnets, a scrap of fabric.
Writing space was created using the Southwest stencil and distress inks. Linda added the little horse stamp. Using watercolor pencils and a water pen added color to the stamp.
Stamping with black archival ink using the barbed wire stamp and the horse head stamp and hold your horses stamp on the base of the card.
Here are the three different Barn Door cards Linda created with Barn Door Digitals by Calico Collage to show you the different ways you can create your own.
What a fun way to create a journal card! What would you do to create yours?
Written by Robin Fennessy for Linda.
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