Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Copy Cat

Yes, I'm a copy cat. I like to borrow ideas and make them my own.... I think we all do that, right? Anyway, I just love learning from all you other bloggers out there... I recently saw a tri-shutter card and looked up the directions... found them at the Craftiblog click here...
Anyway, here's my version... had to use TGF stamps that I never used yet. These are part of the Wild Sprouts line of TGF. The sentiment is part of my Friends Hero Arts set. The Butterfly and roses are from Big Island Packaging (sorry, no company was listed). I like how the girl's head covers most of the words on the sentiment except for "friend".
Here's what it looks like when its open.
I also saw this card on Eunice's blog. She has such great ideas! You need the cricut, george cartridge and design studio in order to cut the flower from the cut file. This is my sample card- not that nice, but useful to look at the technique. Much easier than it looks!
Supplies:
Cricut- George Cartridge, design studio software
Stickles
Vine die- Sizzix
Cardstock- Bazzil.

6 comments:

Linda said...

Hi Jenny! Love your card! I'm gonna make another one for my July OCS partner. It's actually pretty easy, huh? TFS and TTYL!

eunice said...

Very pretty shutter card! Love how your pop up flower card turned out too...so cool how it opens up, yeah?

Denise said...

Beautiful, I need to try one of those. Thanks for the link.
Hugs~

Kyoko said...

Awesome cards Jenny! I'm always jacking ideas from people ... I just can't help it b/c everyone makes such awesome creations!

Kim Y. said...

Fantastic card, Jenny! Thanks for entering my candy! Good luck!

cpeep said...

Oooo, love both of them, but of course the Seven Flower Pop Up is one of my favorites.

I have an award for you on my blog.

Carol
Extreme Cards and Papercrafting
http://extremecards.blogpost.com