Our fortnightly offering over at the Christmas Card Club show-cased a variety of tri-fold cards. I made a simple one (see HERE) and decided to give it another go, this time with an Easter flair. It was supposed to be a concertina card, until I cut the angles wrong. Then I thought kimono-style card... until I stuck the flaps down. Now it's a pocket card that doesn't open, with an ill-fitting tag. And if that weren't bad enough, some spammer knows I've got stretch marks where the sun don't shine! Can the day get any worse? Here is my card ... critique away, my friends!
|My stash clearance is still on, so I'm using off-cuts from Daisy Days by Doodlebug. All the twine (yellow, green and orange) are also by Doodlebug.|
It's one of those cards where you make things up as you go along because you have no idea what you're doing. Still, I'm going to try my luck at the following challenges: Dutch Dare Challenges #205 "Tag You're It"; Top Tip Tuesday "Tag You're It"; Loves Rubber Stamps #41 "Tags"; Eureka Stamps #28 "Flower Power"; 365 Cards Day 57 "A Certain Sentiment - Happy" and Divas by Design "Anything Goes".
That's all for today. Thanks for stopping by and I'll see you soon...with news on a long overdue Blog Candy. Yes...it's finally here! See you on Friday, my friends!
Jaffa cakes and