This week, we challenge you to make a tri-fold card with tag insert. Once again, if you want to see what a tri-fold card looks like, I would suggest you run a search through google or Pinterest. For my card I used the Baby and Snowman digi stamp by Pink Gem Designs. I also used Stampin’ Up’s Embossing folder – Northern Flurries, and a sentiment from Papertrey Ink.
Closed Card Front
Left Flap Opened
Both Flaps opened
Another View. I coloured the tag insert for a boy or a girl.
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For this challenge, our fabulous leader, Jo, thought Fantasy who be a fun challenge to tackle. I can’t wait to see all the creative cards this week! I selected a fun digi called 3 Wishes by Melonheadz. I coloured my card using my brand new Zig Real Brush watercolour markers. Wow, they are very bold and bright. Love them! I made three versions of this card using the theme of birthday “wishes”. The sentiments are from Hero Arts.
I layered the Genie-popping up her face and the poof of smoke. Card Front
inside of card
Inside of card
Card Front – I used distress ink around the edge to bring a little attention to the Genie
Inside of card
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It is that time of the year when the kids are getting ready to go back to school. They need new clothes, school supplies, backpacks, and more. Oujr challenge to you is to make a back to school card.
I started by making a little schoolhouse using my Circut machine and the Autumn Celebrations cartridge. Next I decided to make my card for a little boy, and stamped, “Toby” by Prima – Julie Nutting’s Prima Dolls. I coloured him with Copics and paper pieced his overalls. I fussy cut him out. I found a wonderful lettered patterned paper from my stash and put together a 5 x 6 card.
Our challenge runs from August 5 to 19th.
When I think of winter, I don’t think cold and snow, I think Christmas. For this week’s card, I made two different cards using the Pattieboops Holiday Bear digi stamp by Pattie’s Creations Digital Stamps.
Card 1 – I hand-coloured the Teddy bear using Copic markers, fussy cut him out, and layered on papers from my stash.
Card 2 – I decided to make a patchwork bear using various patterned papers from my stash. I printed the bear a little larger, and on various patterned papers. I hand cut him out with matching backing to make him into a “shaped” card.
I look forward to see everyone’s creations. Please check out these and other wonderful digis stamp by Pattie’s Creations Digital Stamps. Please support our sponsors, who generously provide our wonderful prizes.