Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Pop-Up Accordian Card


Today I found 2 challenges that this card will qualify for. The first one is for Project Tuesday-Pop-Up Accordion Card at http://sasprojecttuesday.blogspot.com
These gals even gave the instructions from splitcoaststampers.com
I had this specific set of stamps I wanted to use because over at resqchallenge.blogspot.com
Gia set a challenge for her birthday and she made a fantastic video. I was very impressed. I started crafting with my Grandmother when I was 4 yrs. old, but Gia's already looking very professional. Hope you had a great birthday Gia! Her challenge Res-Q-Challenge #10 was to create a card with a cake to slice, these stamps seem to fit. I've really been into purple, orange, and yellow lately, happy colors for Happy Birthdays.

Supplies: 5 1/4" X 4 1/4" yellow card blanck, with a 5 1/2" X 4 1/2" purple glitter paper base to attach to , to hold the ribbon in place. Wired ribbon from Michael's, other card stock from paper stash, glue dots and pop dots, glitter brads, Stamps: Scrappy Cat Clear Stamps-SCR497 Birthday, CTMH-C1217 Smitten, Inks: Ranger Archival Ink-Jet Black, CTMH-Z2107Breeze, Z2164 Sorbet, Cuttlebug Cut and Emboss-Birthday Wishes, Gelly Roll Clear Star pen,Spellbinders Nestabilities-S4 124 Classic Scallop Circle,Lg.

Thanks for viewing,
Beverly G

6 comments:

Jennifer Meyer said...

Darling design Beverly, LOVE the fun images on your accordion and the sweet layout on the front.

Thanks for playing along with Stamps and Smiles Project Tuesday,
Jennifer :)

Vickilyn said...

Love this card!! I love the fact that you used scalloped circles on the inside!

Thanks for playing along with Project Tuesday!

tuulis said...

nice card! :D

Mrs B said...

Cute card! I really like the colors, very bright and cheery.
Cindyb

Michelle/Eliotstamps said...

what a fun accordian fold! Your card is darling. Thanks for playing along on the Res-Q challenge.

naturecoastcrafter said...

What a great card, Beverly. You did Gia's challenge up first class. I love the colors you chose, too. Thanks for coming over to the RESQ!
Jean