Pebbled Path Gatefold Bike Card Monochromatic InColor 2023
I made a Pebbled Path Gatefold Bike Card stack to showcase this new 2023-2025 In-Color and the Fun on Wheels stamp set bundle. Make one of these monochromatic with this tutorial.
I love riding my bike and it always makes a day a good day. When Stampin’ Up released this new stamp set — and matching dies! — it had to go directly into my cart.
Using Pebbled Path paper and ink with this set was also a great idea thanks to the art of color coordination! With the array of In-Color products that Stampin’ Up offers, it’s easy to master the art of color coordination! Today’s card showcases this versatile neutral, Pebbled Path.
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See below for how to create this Pebbled Path Gatefold Bike Card:
How to make a Pebbled Path Gatefold Bike Card:
Cut your cardstock:
- Gray Granite
- 5-1/2” x 8-1/2”, scored at 2-1/8” and 6-3/8” for your gate folds.
- 1/2” scrap for the sentiment.
- Pebbled Path
- 2 pieces: 1-7/8” x 5-1/4”
- Scrap for die-cutting the bike frame and wheels
- Vellum: 2-3/8” circle (the punch makes this easy!)
- Using Pebbled Path ink, stamp the roadway repeatedly on your two pieces of Pebbled Path pieces. Adhere these to the front of each of the gatefold flaps.
- With the Pebbled Path ink again, stamp your sentiment on your 1/2” scrap of light gray (the same you used for your card case). Snip the ends decoratively if you wish and then put it to the side.
Create your bicycle feature:
- Next, die-cut out the bicycle frame and two wheels from your Pebbled Path scraps. Use a few dabs of glue to attach it to the vellum circle. Then attach the sentiment strip along the bottom.
- Lastly, attach your vellum circle with bicycle feature to the left gate flap.
Supplies for a Pebbled Path Gatefold Bike Card:
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