Hi everyone! Ashley here today with a few cards made with Take a Hike. My family doesn't get to do a lot of camping like we used to, now that we live overseas. But, when I got the Take a Hike line, I knew it wasn't just for hiking and camping and I used that as a starting point to create these cards.
The first thing that drew me in was the multi-colored stripe paper (Adventure #2508) and the yellow stripe (The Great Outdoors #2506). They just scream 'little boy' to me, so I started by creating a birthday card.
I used a Take a Hike Sn@p! Pocket to create an easy focal point. By adding a simple sentiment inside, it makes the card interactive and also creates a great way to tuck in some money or a gift card.
For my second card, I was inspired by the tent sticker on the Take a Hike Fundamental Cardstock Sticker sheet in the lower right-hand corner:
I started with a 6x6" card base and cut out the basic shape. Then I cut down the center for the opening in the tent and used a pencil to help me roll the sides up. I secured each of the sides to the bottom corners of the card using jute and then added a focal point with a sentiment from the 6x6 paper pad. This would make a cute invitation to a backyard sleepover!
And there you have it, just a few more uses for Take a Hike!
Take a Hike 6x6 Paper Pad #2501
Take a Hike 12x12 Fundamental Cardstock Stickers #2502
Take a Hike 12x12 Expression Cardstock Stickers #2503
Take a Hike Back to Nature #2505
Take a Hike The Great Outdoors #2506
Take a Hike Adventure #2508
Take a Hike Simple Basics Brown Wood/Map #2516
Take a Hike Simple Basics Orange Stripe/Ledger #2517
Take a Hike Sn@p! Pockets #2523