I haven’t gone to a baby shower in YEARS and I have had 2 to go to in the last month. Lol. First one was a Sweet little girl (see Baby bunny Card September 28/18), and the second one is an adorable little boy. 🙂
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This is a bit of a throwback, this the first “card in a box” that I have ever made. These cards are sooo neat, they fold flat so they fit in an envelope, then they open up and all the fun stuff pops out 🙂
Alll the supplies used are from Stampin”Up, including all the dies to cut out the shapes that decorate the card. I don’t have a direct link on the directions as I don’t remember which ones I used, but Youtube has dozens of videos on how to construct a “card in a box”
This card was a labor of love, that I made especially for my niece. She loves all mythical things, like mermaids and unicorns and it was so great hearing her voice when she received her very special mermaid card. 😊
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This card is pretty funny if you happen to know my dog. She loves to sit in the window to wait for us all to get home and she gets crazy excited when we do, and she has little yellow tennis balls all over the house. The dog on the card also rocks from side to side, (like the Hoppy Birthday frog from October 8th/18 and the Snappy Birthday crab from August 11th/18)
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This card was fun to make but a little on the tricky side (both chairs have to line up perfectly or the card won’t close). But I was determined to make his and her chairs with his and hers drinks. In the end, it came out like I planned and my sister and her hubby got a real kick out of their card.
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We have another pretty one today, I originally designed this one to be a wedding card, but it can be used for any theme with just a change of the greeting. Believe it or not but the gold in the middle is actually hot glue see below for more details.
This card has the neat feature of having a couple of little pockets, one for the message and one for a gift card.
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So this little cutie actually dances in the waves, as you can see from the photo he moves from side to side (he has a pendulum type mechanism). This style of card is a little thick for mailing but he is sure to put a smile on someone’s face. To see a card with a similar mechanism check out “Snappy Birthday” from August 11/18.
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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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I’ve got a quick one today, here is a fun circle flip card. I should have arranged them in a different order. The top pic is when the card is closed, the bottom pic is when the left side is open, and the middle pic is when both sides are open.