Creating Through The Catalogue | Campology | Two Step 3D Card

15 August 2020

 Welcome back to another post creating through the 2020-2021 Annual Catalogue. Today we are focusing on the Campology stamp set (page 29). Again as we have Father's Day coming up in September here in Australia, this stamp set was great for another masculine card. 

I decided to create a two step 3D card with this stamp set to show off the various stamps that comes with the set. 

Campology two step 3D card - front view

Campology two step 3D card - side view

Campology two step 3D card - back view

Card Base: Crushed Curry Cardstock 10.5cm x 29.7cm (A4 cardstock cut in half length ways)
Score the card base at: 14cm, 17cm, 22cm & 25cm
Fold all the score lines using a mountain fold, once you have it folded glue the back part of the cardstock to the base of the card forming a step, but don't glue to sit flush with the bottom, glue approx 2-3 mm above the base (this allows room for the card to fold correctly). 

The Designer Series Paper (I used World of Good DSP) to go on this base card are:

Top Front DSP: 8.5cm x 10cm adhere to top of card above the step.

**OPTIONAL** Centre Front DSP: 10cm x 2.5cm adhere to top of step (if you want DSP there, I didn't put any there, just left it as the base cardstock colour)

Front bottom DSP: 10cm x 4.5cm adhere to the front of the step

Back of Card: Whisper White cardstock 10cm x 13.7cm, stamp on sentiment (I used a sentiment from A Good Man stamp set), then adhere to the back of the card.

Second Step Cardstock: Crumb Cake 6.5cm x 13.3cm
Score this cardstock layer at 1cm, 4c, & 10cm
Fold all score lines using a mountain fold
Have the smallest fold (1cm) folded onto the back of the base cardstock layer and fold the base card up so the step closes. Then place the second cardstock long layer on top of the card so when folded sits nicely. Glue small 1cm fold and the bottom of the larger fold to the base of the card and to the top of the first step. This has now formed the second step.

Top Step DSP:

Front Top Step DSP: 6cm x 5.5cm adhere to the front of the second step. 

Top of the second Step DSP: 6cm x 2.5cm adhere to the top of the second step. 

I then stamped images of the tent, lantern, kettle and mug & binoculars and using Stampin' Blends I coloured the images in. I used the Stampin' Blend corrector pen to blend the colours together and to lighten the colours where light would be sitting on the items. 

I then used Stampin' Dimensionals and adhere the images to the base step and second step, leaving room on the second step to place the sentiment. 

I used the Father's Day sentiment from Geared Up Garage stamp set, again used Stampin' Blends to colour and the corrector to blend and adhered the sentiment to the second step using Stampin' Dimensionals. 
The card is now completed and you can fold it down to fit into a C6 sized envelope. 

For more information on the products used to create these cards, or if you live in Australia and would like to purchase the products from my online store, simply click on the images below:


Campology Stamp Set
Geared Up Garage 
Stamp Set

A Good Man Stamp Set

World Of Good
Specialty DSP

Mossy Meadow Classic
Stampin' Pad

Mossy Meadow Stampin'
Blends Combo Pack

Soft Suede Stampin'
Blends Combo Pack

Crumb Cake Stampin'
Blends Combo Pack

Smoky Slate Stampin'
Blends Combo Pack

Mango Melody Stampin'
Blends Combo Pack

Stampin' Blends Colour

Crushed Curry A4 Cardstock

Crumb Cake A4 Cardstock

Whisper White A4 Cardstock

Multi-Purpose Liquid Glue

Stampin' Dimensionals

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