Thursday, 11 April 2013

Man's Concertina card with Stampin' Up!

Well at long last my "laptop crafting" is showing some hope! Today I have mainly been acting a taxi cab driver but in between I did manage to put together ONE SIDE of the concertina card I have had on the go for a few days now. Still got the other side to do but I do have a while before I need it! (Hark at me being little Miss Organised...LOL...NOT.)

I haven't made anything like this for some time and it really did remind my how much I love making cards for those who are so dear to me. I am planning on something completely different on the reverse side but I I will have to wait and see how that turns out!

I used Stampin' Up products:
Stamp sets- Clockworks, You are loved, Feeling Sentimental, Papillion Potpourri
Stampin' Write markers from the Subtle range
Soft Suede ink pad
Linen thread
Vine Street embossing folder
Edgelits Finishing Touches.

I am LOVE, LOVE , LOVING  being a part of Stampin' Up! 

Right, this meets challenges over at:

Crafts by Carolyn's - TTC Vintage or Men's
The Crafty Bloggers Network - Anything Goes
The Crazy Challenge -Add a charm
Crafty Catz - Anything goes
2 Sisters Challenge - Anything goes

Bye for now!


Aunty Sue said...

Fabulous creation and good luck with our challenge at Crafty Catz this week

Wren said...

Wow, absolutely beautiful! xx

Em said...

Such a charming card! I just love the retro look and all the great details!

Thanks for joining us at The Crazy Challenge!

Mei said...

Lovely project! I love multi fold creations, your's is gorgeous! Thanks for joining us this week at the Crazy Challenge!

Creative Card Crew DT
Love to Create DT

Sylvia said...

Fabulous card, love the stamping, colours and embellishments. Thank you for joining us for the Crafty Bloggers Network challenge.

Sylvia xx (DT)

Unknown said...

oh wow this is stunning. The softness of the colours and stamping is beautiful and the embellishments are amazing.

Thank you for joining us at Crafty Bloggers Network Challenge
Claire x

Hazel said...

Beautifully crafted, Adele (sorry I'm so late in commenting) x