Thursday, June 28, 2007

TIC Day #2 - (Tuesday's Inspirational Challenge) - More Submissions

Scroll down for more submissions.
Click Here for the details on this week's card challenge.

Hey Everyone! Gosh, it's almost midnight! Today was such a busy day. . .I didn't have time to make a card until late this evening. When the summer break started, I was glad because that meant I didn't have to wake up so early in the morning. . .well, that didn't last very long. My kids started summer school today. My daughter wanted to take an accelerated algebra II class because she wants to graduate with Calculus under her belt. My son is taking Geography! Unfortunately, they both could not take their classes at the same time so from today until the end of July, I'll be dropping the kids off at different times of the day. I have to do 3 back and forth trips everyday! ANNOYING!

Anyway, here is my submission for my TIC!! You're like. . .that's not a tri-fold card! In my opinion it meets the requirements of a tri-fold. The challenge requires that the card have 3 panels and it also can be accordion style. Well. . .this card has 3 panels and it's accordion style.

This project is called the "Flip-flop" card or "Swing Card". Click here for the SCS tutorial. I didn't do it exactly like the tutorial. . .my panels are different measurements to fit my image.

The card swings open to reveal a message.

Card details:
Stamp: In My Thoughts, the new SU sets Baroque Motif and Word on Word
Cardstock: Old Olive, Summer Sun, and Lavender Lace
Ink: Lavender Lace, Summer Sun, and Old Olive, Vanilla Craft Ink
Accessories: American Craft Elements ribbon, JoAnn brad

Here is another submission by Paula! This tri-fold is interesting and very creative. I love it! Paula said that this was a card in her reject pile but decided to pull it out and work on it. Well I'm glad she did because this is a wonderful tri-fold. I gotta try it out! Check out the details of this card on Paula's Blog site "Paula Ponders".

This is the card when the second fold is opened up to reveal the inner aspect of the front of the card

This is the inside of the card!


Denise said...

Wow, wow, wow! Gorgeous cards!

Beth said...

I like the design of your green card. You did a lovely job with it. I think today I'll try my hand at it too. Thanks for the inspiration.

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