|I used the stamp set "Look Who's. . ." (D1502) for this card, and it was perfect for it! I love the "party" banner running across the second layer (you can cut the banner pennants on your Art Philosophy cartridge and stamp them with the matching stamps). You also get a set of numbers in this stamp set, so you can personalize the card with the recipient's age. To order this stamp set, visit my website, http://christina.myctmh.com Don't forget that stamp sets are BUY TWO, GET ONE FREE in the month of June!! Also, FYI, I used paper from the Superhero paper packet.|
I'm not sure what you call this next card--maybe an Accordian Card of sorts. One of my customers received a card like this from a friend, so I had to borrow it and figured out how to make it. It starts with a 4 x 12 strip of cardstock. I scored it at 2, 4, 8 and 10 inches. I also made a little mark at the top and bottom at 6 inches, so I'd know where the middle point is. Then, I use a ruler and a scoring tool to make the diagonal lines. I've added a diagram. . .my apologies that it's sideways. Each time I try to put it on my blog, it turns it sideways!!! By the way, I used paper from the Florentine paper packet and the stamp is B1400, Beautiful Friendship.
So, the last card idea I got from Rhonda Leeper, one of my team members. This card is made up of three concentric circles, attached by brads. So, when you pull on the ribbon tab (which is only attached to the smallest top circle), the card comes open to reveal the three stacked circles. Hey, wouldn't this be cute in winter with snowmen?! I used the Dotty for You paper pack and the Hooray Bouquet stamp set (one of my FAVORITES). The colors I used were Buttercup, Lagoon, Sunset, Smoothie and Sweet Leaf.