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Sunday, April 22, 2012

In honor of Earth Day!

Hello!  I wanted to make a little something in honor of Earth Day.  So, in keeping with the theme I pulled out some of my very old and way retired stamps sets and thought I would practice the re-use part of the sentiment behind today!  I went with the whole outside nature theme!  I made a stair step card and filled it full of Nature and animals.  Here is my I appreciate the Earth card: (It is rainy and gray out today, so my lightning a bit off!)

It is a fun card that accordions open to display, but lays completely flat to stick in an envelope and mail.  It has three mountain folds and 2 valley folds and look at all the stuff you can stick in there! LOL  My card had a racoon, deer, groundhogs, owls, birds, butterflies, flowers and tress! 


Partial side view.





Here is it squashed flat!  This was a really fun card to make!  I really  miss some of these stamps so I enjoyed inking them up again! I am not going to go into details since this card required oodles and oodles of product and lots of it is retired.  Feel free to email me with any questions you might have though!

Enjoy the rest of the weekend!  I will be back soonest with more to share!




6 comments:

Dorlene Durham said...

Love it AnnMarie! I love the grass on each layer and all the animals! Very cute!

Pam said...

Awesome Earth Day project!!! I love how you mixed and matched stamps from different sets.

Nancy said...

This is so amazing and detailed! You are so creative AM!!

Melina said...

This is so sweet AnnMarie! Look at all the "GREEN"!! Love it :)

Carolina Little said...

WOW, AnnMarie!!!. This is an awesome card!!!. GREAT JOB!!!. Love it!!!

Chaitali Narla said...

This turned out GREAT! Must have been a lot of hard work cutting out the little critters. Really nice way to celebrate Earth Day!