Friday, March 9, 2012

Unique Christmas card

If you haven't figured it out yet, I like things with a unique twist - to take something and make it just a little different somehow....and, while this occasionally ends in disaster, it sometimes leads to really fun creations like this card.

As soon as I saw this week's Merry Monday sketch, I knew what I was going to do.  Maybe it's a result of looking at to many mini album tutorials...maybe it was purely by accident...or maybe it's just my genius unleashed (yeah, right), but I looked at that sketch and saw this card.


And here's what makes this card unique.  Rather than being a folded card that you open to see the sender's message - the "top" of the card is a tag (that the receiver can reuse as a gift tag!) that pulls out of the pocket with the sender's message written behind.


Materials Used:
  • Black, heritage red, white card stock
  • Dotted Paper by the Paper Studio
  • Swirl paper by Echo Park
  • Celebrate It Basic Narrows ribbon
  • Spare Parts by the Paper Studio brads
  • Mouse digi by Sylvia Zet (colored with markers and pencils)
  • Random Adhesives (adhesive runner and red line tape)
Challenges:

6 comments:

  1. Wunderschön. Gefällt mir sehr gut. Klasse
    Liebe Grüße
    Tina

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  2. Ooooh....I've come over all warm 'n fuzzie.....what a very sweeeet creation!

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  3. Cute cute cute and so creative! Well done!

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  4. I love that cute little mouse and the fact that the tag is a gift along with the card! Very creative.

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  5. Hi Sara,
    This is so cute and SUCH a clever idea. I really love that image and the use of the removable tag is awesome!
    Smiles,
    Lesley

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