samedi 26 mars 2022

Waterfall card - Glory to the Newborn King

Hello everyone!
Ready for a new 52 Christmas Card Throwdown challenge?  This week we are asking you for a

Moving Element
- something on the card front that moves, 
for example a flap, tag or hanging embellishment

I decided to go with a waterfall card. It's easy to do and always looks good!

The background is made with an embossing folder that cuts at the same time.
I then stamped the images and texts on the small squares, which are backed with Merry Merlot and Crumb Cake cardstock. The large text on the first square is silver embossed.
I die cut a hole in the flap and attached a piece of brown ribbon to make it easier to pull out.

Here are two closer views

...and a video showing how it works.

Linked up with:
My Time to Craft - Lots of layers
C.R.A.F.T. - Anything Goes

Stamps: Stampin'Up
Inks: Fresh Fig and Early Espresso (Stampin'Up); Versamark
Dies/Stencil: All in one from Craft Sensations
Silver embossing powder, ribbon, 

6 commentaires:

  1. What a beautiful design Rosi! I love the elegance and softness of this beautiful card!
    Hugs, Majda

  2. Rosi! WOW! What fun! I am not sure I have ever seen a waterfall card but I certainly won't forget it! You inspiring me to new heights of interactivity... it is a 2022 goal to make more interactive cards. THANK YOU. And thank you so much for the invite to be GD this week.

  3. Waterfall cards are always great to play with different layers and to play with different scenes. Your card is very elegant and that texture on the background is perfect for it. Great job. Thanks for joining us at My Time To Craft. Hugs, María.

  4. une technique que je n'ai pas encore testé... toi tu maitrises! super beau, biz

  5. What a beautiful waterfall card! I love it! So much work!

  6. What a beautiful Christmas card, thanks for playing along with us at THAIC.


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