Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Imagine That! Progressive Freebie Challenge

Because I entered the Imagine that! Progressive Freebie Challenge last month, I just received this month's digi set - always fun to play with!!
I decided to make a Birthday card for my granddaughter.
I printed the 'Daisy Boots' coloured, cut it out and matted it onto grey card.
 I came across this DP (SEI doodley-doo Boy - Creepy crawlers) in my stash and thought it would sort of match so decided to make a 'wiper' card.

This is the card as it comes out of the envelope:

This is how it looks when it is opened out:

If you are interested in making a 'wiper' card - here are the instructions: I wrote this picture tutorial last year when I was on the DT of Pretty Paper Studios, Dubai.

Cut two pieces from a 12 x 12 sheet, 4.25 x 8.5 inches.
Cut one piece 1.5 in by 3.5 in
Score the two larger pieces at 1.5 inches and 3 inches.
Fold each with a valley and a mountain fold as shown.

With the small piece, mark 1.5 ins up from the bottom on the left hand side. Score from this point to the corner. Fold with a mountain fold.

Stick this with white glue as shown on the back of the front of the card.

Stick the back to the front.

This is now ready for embellishing
I cut a 'topnote' and two Puppy Dogs using my Bigshot.
This is the card as it is taken out of the envelope. I used dimensionals to stick on the dog and other embellishments as shown:
On pulling the card open this is what you see:
I printed the Woof on my computer!

Happy Crafting!


  1. Lovely card, love the image xx

  2. Wow what a fabulous card Susan! Love all the lady bugs and how it is interactive!!

  3. What a great fun card Susan. I'm sure your granddaughter will love it. Especially like the ladybugs forming the 2. Thanks for playing along at Imagine That!

  4. oh my goodness Susan, what an ADORABLE card!! Love that #2 witht he ladybugs :) And the design of the card is so neat - love the pop out sentiment!! Very cool, thanks for sharing how it's done! Thanks so much for playing at Imagine That! Progressive Freebie Challenges this month *Ü*


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