Thursday, 10 November 2011


I saw this concertina card on a blog and just had to work out how to make my own. Once I'd started, I was hooked. I just love the perfusion of colour!

The first is for the new next-door neighbour at our church. He has single-handedly taken on the church's garden as well as his own, and he keeps it looking quite magnificent - roses are his speciality. I made the card to give to him from the whole congregation. The other is for a cyber-friend who sent me a RAK. I'll be including it in a package of goodies that I've got for her.

These cards are for the following challenges:

Charisma Cardz: cutesy
Creative Card Crew: thankful
Stampavie: anything goes
Simon Says Stamp: photo inspiration
Truly Scrumptious: bingo (flowers, gems, punch/die cuts)


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Absolutely stunning!! I love all the different flowers and how you used the ribbon to look like pots! Gorgeous!

Thanks for sharing with Simon Says Stamp!

Kellylouj said...

This is amazing I would love to be able to do something as good as this!!
Thanks for joining in with this fortnights challenge at Creative Card Crew.

Kell xx

Kiki said...

Both cards are really fantastic! Love the bright colours you've used!

Thanks so much for entering SAM this time!

Hugs, Kiki

Chris said...

Another beauty, in fact all your cards are! I love flower punches, and see I have to hunt down several more to buy!

Di said...

Oh my golly gosh Squirrel - this is fabulous!!! Len keeps teasing me about making cards with more dimension like this one - there's food for thought here - and of course the squirrel is soooo appropriate!! Hugs, Di xx