Hey there and happy Tuesday! I’ve got a fun project share today using the Cabin Fever collection from Simple Stories. Many of you know that we have a vintage 1966 Banner camper that we remodeled with all the fun retro accents like a checkered floor and chrome and aqua color scheme. We decided this year to get a larger camper to be more comfortable on our family adventures. This is happy and sad because I really did love our little camper but the new one has a lovely kitchen and fireplace and and a crafting area.
This card makes me all kinds of happy. It has a camper and plaid and wood grain. What could be more funner than that?
I’ve never seen a camper in real life that was plaid on the bottom….but now that I see it in this cute cut apart….I think they should make them for reals.
Keeping with the retro color scheme I chose flowers in aqua and white. There’s a little loopy bow and twine tucked in to fill in this arrangement.
The banner shape is cut from the journal card that had a reservation form and is layered over a second card that I used to fussy cut an image for another project…..want not waste not. I added a little clip detail here as well.
What else but vintage buttons would work for a retro camper card? The die cut doily helps to break up the dark colors and make the camper image the focal point.
Aqua colored sequins are the finishing touch. Spacers between the layers add loads of depth to this card.
Polly’s Paper Studio~ Happy Camper Greeting Card
Really Reasonable Ribbon~ White Magnolia, Ivory Burlap String, Crosshatch on Nile Blue Satin Ribbon
Simple Stories~Cabin Fever
Wishing everyone a happy and productive day : ) G