I really love it when a stamp set has large images and lots of sentiments and for this type of card, it was perfect. Specifically, I wanted to use the girl holding umbrella and to create three scenes with three different weather scenarios: rainy, cloudiness, and sunshine.
Using a larger piece of cardstock, I trimmed it down to 12.75 x 5.5. I went ahead and folded this into three. I used a stamp positioner to stamp the image of the girl on the front and on the second panel. You could use the coordinating dies or use a scan n cut machine to help cut out this image. The image will only be adhered to the back panel of the card. The die cut negative space will be left there for the image in the back.
For the first scene, I used distress inks to create streaks of colors. Once I was happy with it, I used a water brush to create "rain". Of course, you can also use the MFT Raindrops stencil to do this.
The second scene is for a cloudy background, I stamped the clouds from the set and used some gray and blue gray tones to depict cloudiness.
The last scene, of course, had to be sunny so I used the stamp and some of the chicks. The blue skies make everything look very sunny and happy.
I fussy cut out three images of the girl and using the Nuvo Deluxe Adhesive, glued them together. This will be adhered to the back panel (sunny scene). When the card is closed, you'll see the first girl in the rainy scene. Opening the first panel will reveal the cloudy scene and when you get to the last scene, the rain and clouds have disappeared, and it's sunny!
This type of card is such a good idea for when you can't decide what scene you'd like. This set has lots of sentiments and was perfect.
I hope you enjoyed the card and I'll see you next week!