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Creating Lighthouse Scene Cards
by Roni Johnson

Posted on July 10 2020

Rinea Foiled Paper DieCut Lighthouse Scene Cards by Roni Johnson

It is easy to create a lovely seascape using Rinea Foiled Papers. Today I will share two seascape - lighthouse cards using the Lighthouse Die Cut 5202-05D from Rubbernecker Stamps and the two newest colors of Rinea Foiled Paper - Cobalt/Gold Glossy and Midnight/Gold Glossy.
 
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Step 1 - Assemble lighthouse and lighthouse keeper cottage using desired colors. For this example, I used Arctic/Gold Glossy, Ruby/Gold Glossy, and Ebony/Gold Glossy foiled papers.
Step 2 - Cut a 4 x 5 1/4" piece of white cardstock.
Step 3 - Tear a 2" strip of Cobalt/Gold Glossy foiled paper and adhere it to the bottom of the panel.
Step 4 - Tear a 1" strip of Mocha/Mocha Starstruck foiled paper; affix this piece over the Cobalt strip.
Step 5 - Glue the lighthouse and lighthouse cottage to the panel. 
Step 6 - Stamp birds and sentiment.
Step 7 Affix this panel to an A2 card base covered with Midnight/Gold Glossy foiled paper.

Rinea Foiled Paper Lighthouse Seascape Cards by Roni Johnson
 
Slimline cards are very popular right now and they are perfect for creating scenic style cards because of the ample space they provide. My next card is a perfect example of this.

Rinea Foiled Paper Lighthouse Seascape Cards by Roni Johnson
 
I like to make my slimline cards a bit larger than the norm - I usually start with a panel 3.5 x 8.5" to create the scene on and mount it on a 4" x 9" card base which is what I used for this example.

Rinea Foiled Paper Lighthouse Seascape Cards by Roni Johnson

Step  1 - Cover the 3.5 x 8.5" panel with Turquoise/Gold Glossy foiled paper.
Step 2 - Cut or tear a rocky outcrop from Mocha/Mocha Starstruck foiled paper and adhere it to the left side of the card near the center.
Step 3 - Tear three 1" strips of paper from Midnight/Gold Glossy foiled paper and adhere them under the rocks.
Step 4 - Tear three 1" strips of paper from Cobalt/Gold Glossy foiled paper and affix those to the panel under the Midnight/Gold Glossy waves.
Step 5 - Assemble the lighthouse as desired and glue it down on the rocky outcrop.
Step 6 - Optional - I wanted to add a bit more to the card so I hand cut a whale tail, sailboat, and a few seagulls from various colors of foiled paper.

Rinea Foiled Paper Lighthouse Seascape Cards by Roni Johnson

Supplies:
Rubbernecker Stamps - Lighthouse Die Cut 5202-05D
Just For Fun Designs - Sentiment, Birds