Independent Stampin Up! Demonstrator since 2007
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Monday, October 12, 2009

Birthday wishes times Three!

Hello! How are you today? Hope everyone had a nice weekend. :)

I only have a few minutes but wanted to share this tri shutter card with you! I fell head over heels when I saw this pattern! I was so excited to make one and once I sat down to try it...it took me forever! LOL It seriously took me almost 4 1/2 hours from start to finish! I had a hard time getting all of the matting and measurements just right, but was so tickled with it once I did! Then I spent forever adding stuff to it! I used my Nesties to mat my main image and then double matted it. I used all Stampin Up' stamps. I used one of my favorite color combos and then added a bunch of flutter-bys and flowers! This was a birthday card for one of my dearest friends! Hope she likes it!

Here it is:







Have a great night! I will be back soonest!


AnnMarie

6 comments:

Tracey said...

WOW!! This is beautiful. Well worth all the extra time spent on making it. Great job!!!

Catherine said...

OMGosh, AM! This is gorgeous!!! I've never even attempted such an intricate fold, and you rocked the house with this one!!!! Beautiful papers, love the color combo, and beautifully done stamping! The embellies are perfect and just finish it all off so wonderfully! WOW!

Jenny said...

So GORGEOUS!! You did a fabulous job on that Tri-Shutter card!!!

Jennifer said...

This is gorgeous! I love everything about it. I think the time spent was well worth it. Great job!!!

April said...

I just love this style of card and have been seeing it a lot. I really want to try...just haven't yet. You did an awesome job! Love it!

kathleenh said...

I adore cooking in crock pots too! If I could find enough good recipes I would cook dinner in them every night. Your recipe card is so cute with the fork, knife and spoon. Your recipe sounds so yummy too! I'm going to give it a try.