Monday, 19 March 2012

Spring Has Sprung! What a Ride Birthday Card!

Spring Has Sprung!
The designers at Card a Day Blog are joining together to do a Blog Hop! The theme is dimensional cards!
To join in....visit all the participating designers by visiting their sites, some are having prize giveaways...so make sure you pop in! Make sure you comment on all the blogs too, because at the end of the blog hop, they are going to send a list of all who commented on their blog, and we are going to do a grand prize drawing of all comments on each blog! The grand prize is your choice of a pdf pattern book, valued up to $20, from http://popupcards.com/shop-patterns.html ! Make sure to check back at Card a Day Blog March 23rd, to see who won!
So JOIN IN TODAY....comment on the main blog page, and visit the other hop pages and comment there too!

Now for my entry!
I’m so excited to be a part of the third blog hop from the Card a Day Blog! The theme of the hop is “anything dimensional” – I know that you’ll be inspired by what we’ve designed for you! Make sure to leave a comment on the participants pages, and the Blog Hop announcement post, and every comment will give you an entry for the grand prize of a pdf pop up book (up to $20 value) from popupcards.com!
Information on my blog candy is at the end of this post!
About my card:
Someone dear to me is turning 50 years old this year! She loves roller coasters and similar rides (and is trying to talk me into doing a some bungie jumping!) – when I saw the rollercoaster design from pop up cards.com , I just had to try to make my own design!
The card is made totally with my Sihouette Cutter. I used Silhouette Studio to design the card with some of the elements in my library.  The actual roller coaster was snagged by a google image search, but I did extensive adjustments to make the cross bracing larger, and therefore easier to cut IMHO :-)
The outside has layered elements:
Card Outside
  1. Ribbon base
  2. Bow base
  3. Bow details
  4. Bow center
  5. Name
I used a ball tipped floral tool to add some dimension to the bows.
The inside is composed of a sentiment printed “base”, which I glued the roller coaster on:
Inside card backgroundCard inside coaster

I’m quite pleased with how it turned out!

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Now for blog candy Smile
On top of being automatically entered into the grand prize of the blog hop for commenting on my post, I’m also going to have a draw for:
A personalized card for you of this blog post (with custom “year” and “name”), so you can give it to someone too! 
The random draw for my blog candy will be held on March 22nd. Final entries accepted  until 12am March 22.
Blogger doesn’t forward your email to me when you comment, so to maintain your privacy, please just check back here on March 23rd to see who has won! The winner has until March 31st to claim their prize by contacting me after the announcement!

12 comments:

  1. Cool card! Someone lucky is gonna win that card!

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  2. WGreat card! Love the rollercoaster.
    Cindy F

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  3. How creative. Just too cute! I love that roller-coaster, although you'd never catch me on one...lol! Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful card with us.

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  4. That is awesome! What a lucky friend.

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  5. what a unique idea! I love it.

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  6. What a great card. I love it. We have a very old roller coaster in Vancouver Canada and this reminds me of it.

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    1. That's a cool roller coaster there isn't it!

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  7. Cute card. TFS Games

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  8. Very cute card--love the ups and downs--hadn't thought of that for a 50 card--will definitely use that idea next time!

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  9. OMG this is awesome and your friend is going to think you are so amazing! I don't have a silhouette but this certainly makes me want one! Thanks for telling us about popupcards.com!

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  10. That is AMAZING!!! You did an awesome job!!

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