Saturday, 10 January 2015

Happy New Year & Lulupu Challenge #44

Hello friends,

Hope you have all had a great start to the New Year.
I had a nice long break over the last couple of months.... and when I got back home was itching to try something different and the current challenge offered just that.
Challenge #44 - Fancy Folds card + punches
Click here to read the full post and challenge guidelines.

If you've seen my work, I hardly ever leave a pattern paper as is. I have to alter it in some way, stamps, gesso, paints. So, this time I decided to stay away from any wet medium. It was very difficult, but an hour later this was born. Its a slider card, with place for two hidden messages. This is what it looks like closed.

Lots of measuring, scoring and lining up edges, couldn't have done it without  Martha Stewart Tools Scoring Board. Pull the tab and the images slide up like so. The Welcome Baby Boy banner is glued only on the edges and the baby image on pop dots so that the tag can easily slide in and out.
View from the top. There is place for another short message on the top too. These papers are a combination of Kaisercraft Bundle of Joy and Pitter Patter Kaisercraft Paper Pad 6.5"X6.5" 40/Pkg. Not only do you get both pink and blue pattern paper in the same pad, there are also 4 sheets of die cuts making it very easy to embellish a project. My favourite though are the sheets with cute vintage baby images - have fussy cut the crane from it.

 This slider has been mounted onto a pearl 6inchx4inch cardstock with lots of room for a personal message to the new parents.

I have few more projects to share but now I'm off to visit all of you dear readers who I haven't visited these last few weeks.


  1. Oh my gosh! This is certainly one of those very fiddly cards that looks FABULOUS that I could never have the patience to make! So well done you....I KNOW how challenging they can looks simply beautiful.....& MM??!!!

  2. It's a beautiful card, Kripa. I love the patterned papers you have used and the beautiful fussy cutting and layering you have done. never do interactive cards but you certainly do inspire me! :)

  3. Had to drop by your blog to see this beauty again. I love interactive cards and yours is super elegant too!!
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects



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