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If you just came from Card A Day Blog then you are on the right track for hopping this blog hop. Welcome to my blog and my card is an interactive card:
So I contacted the girl that made the card and she gave me the youtube site for the tutorial (the girl walks you right through it, easy)
The details of my card:
Britney's school colors are Black and Orange so that is the colors chosen for the card. The card base is in Ivory cardstock A2 size. the background piece is DCWV Siler Stag Star paper, The other papers are from my scrap pile in black and 2 oranges. I cut a few images to put on the scrap pieces from A Child's Year, Printing 101 and Wild Card. Silver brads, orange eyelet and silver ribbon. Stickers are from some freebies I got in the mail.
What you'll need for the card is a piece of card stock 2"X 9" and scored at 2"-2 3/4"- 3 1/2"- 4 1/4". Bend the score lines back and forth, even the other way to help it. You need 4 2"X 2" papers (they can be the same or different colors)(mine are the black). You need 4 1 7/8" X 1 7/8" square in maybe a neutral color (mine are the orange (see above picture)), These will have either your image or sayings on them. You will need the attaching border at 3/4" X 4 1/4" (this is what your waterfall attaches to. You attached this to the card towards the bottom with 2 brads. The long piece of cardstock is where you attached all the square pieces (and from here it would be best to watch her video for the placement of the pieces). The card was actually pretty easy to get together while watching the video tutorial.
Here is the movement of the card
Isn't that cool! The only thing I would change about this card is putting on the images before putting the pieces to the waterfall strip, it would have been nice to have the 2012 sitting right at the bottom now that I see the card put together,
Thanks for stopping by and I enjoyed showing you the card I made today. Now I do have some blog candy but I don't have a picture of it on here today. So it's a surprise but it is dimensional. All you have to do to win is be a follower and leave a comment with an email to reply back to you. The comment is also needed for the big giveaway, too. Now hop on over to Cindys Creations and see what kind of card she has made.
Always Crafting-Anything Goes
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