Sunday, August 15, 2010

Christmas Angel-ZFold

I've got an unusual Christmas card today, but it's made now and since I'm not the do over girl I'm forging ahead. This is a Z Fold card, instructions found at Ellen Hutson's Classroom , it was from 2009 called Spring Trees-z fold card.
I think making cards is kind of like cooking when you don't feel up to snuff you probably should stay out of the studio and kitchen.
Oh Well, 3 Challenges: 
Supplies: Z Fold card blank, Papers: Stampin Up-ShimmeryWhite, Old Olive, Cherry Cobbler, Not Quite Navy, My Mind's Eye-Signature Christmas Holiday Glitter Pad, Stamp: Inkadinkado-99521 Angels, Ink: VersaMark Ink Pad, JudiKins copper embossing powder, Sharpie Poster Paint Pen-gold, Amy's Glittering Glue, The Paper Studio Spare Parts-mini heart brad, DMC copper floss, sentiment created in PrintMaster 11.

Thanks for viewing,
Beverly G ♥


Linda said...

Well, if this isn't "up to snuff" for you, it certainly is for us--totally beautiful card with a touch of vintage thrown in for good measure ;-)

Netty said...

Its lovely Beverly. Annette x

craftyb said...

I love your card...different strokes for different folks n all that!! lol Great job on the Z fold card...I love the colours and all the distressing! Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Creations! bx

Irene said...

Hello Beverley

There is nothing wrong with your card, it's gorgeous. Love the Z fold and the Vingegy feel. Your angel image is just perfect for our challange. Oooooooooo that little heart in the ribbon - perfect.

Thank you so much for joining in our latest challange at Bah!Humbug!


Max said...

Not quite sure what you are unhappy with as your card looks perfectly fine to me. Love the angel stamp!

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Shanda Stirk said...

What a great card! I love the different fold and how you used those colors - great job! Thanks for sharing with us at Stampin' Royalty.

Monika Reeck said...

Lovely DP and lovely Images and love your color combination...GREAT card my dear Friend...hugs

savvy teaching tips said...

Great job with the colour combo. Thanks for playing with us at Stampin' Royalty.