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“Double Cascading Tag Anniversary Card”

WOW, how’s that for a title. This is another card that I made for a friend to give to her parents for their anniversary. I know some of the panels seem a little random but I will try my best to explain. The mountain scene is a reference to their Honey Moon in the mountains, the little house with the birdhouses is something that the happy couple has in their yard. They work together to make and hang these pretty little birdhouses all over their little garden shed. The last picture is the happy couple just sitting and enjoying each others company. The blank pages are for their children, and their families to sign. This card has already been given and it is my understanding that they quite enjoyed it.


To see similar cards check out my cards- “Happy Hello” September 24/18, and “Back to the Beach” August 17/18, to see the Adirondack chair as a chair see my cards “Chillin Chihuahua” September 3/18 and “Hello Again” August 9/18

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There is a lot going on in this card so I will do my best to cover it all.

To make the pop-up folding mechanism I used Karen Burnistons Adirondack chair die and followed the directions to make her Cascading tag card  I made 2 of these cards and adhered the back of the back page of the first card to the front of the front page of the second card to make it a double cascading tag card. The tags are from Karens Tag Pivot card die set. the grass is a Karen die as well.

All the cardstock, the swirly stamps, and the ink are from Stampin’ Up. The flowers and the pearls are retired Stampin up product. the little trees and the little house are from a Christmas thinlet set they had a few years ago.

The little white house is from Waffle Flower. It is a pop-up house but I trimmed it to make the little shed.

I also used my brother Scan n Cut to cut out the “50th”

the rest of the product are things that are unlabelled in my stache.




Thanks for joining me! I am a paper crafting enthusiast who has a special interest in interactive cards. I get a lot of inspiration from the internet so I thought that I  would throw out my own creations with hope that it inspires someone else.

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