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Where the wild things are

Every morning and every evening as I walk out my front door I see deer, many species of birds and sometimes rabbits.  We live in a subdivision that is outside the city limits and having wildlife live in our yards is not unusual which inspired me to create a wildlife scene in a diorama card.  These cards seem difficult to make but they’re really easy.  Just follow the tutorial at SCS.  The dimensions for my card are smaller but just keep the proportions in the tutorial and you can make these cards in many different sizes.  The dimensions for the card I made will fit in the SU medium envelopes (Medium envelopes measure 5 3/4″ x 4-3/8).  Here are the dimensions for the card I made.

Cut 2 pieces of cardstock 7.5″ x 4.25″ for front and back covers and score 2″ from each short side.

Cut 1 piece of cardstock 5.5″ x 4.25″ for middle panel and score 1″ on each short side.

Here are my wild things.

Where the wild things are diorama caqrd

Where the wild things are diorama card

Stamp Sets:  Forest Friends, Short and Sweet

Paper: SU cardstock More Mustard, Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla, SU Designer Series Paper Autumn Meadows

Ink:  SU classic inks Chocolate Chip, SU Earth Element markers Taken with Teal, Chocolate Chip, Really Rust, More Mustard

Accessories:  SU Vintage brads,  SU wide oval punch, SU large oval punch, SU round tab punch, SU 1/4″ chocolate chip ribbon, SU paper snips, SU clear embossing powder

Techniques: stamping, embossing

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