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Saturday, 12 May 2012

MCC Card Design Workshop Wk 3 - Waterfall Card

Links: Glenda Waterworth, My Creative Classroom (MCC)

One of the cards Glenda demonstrated making was the "Waterfall Card" which includes a kinetic or interactive element. Since I'd already decided that I was going to use the waterfall movement for my next Baroque Guild Alphatag it seemed the logical choice for my third Clever Card exercise.

front of card
pull tab to reveal second image
pull again to reveal third image
plus sentiment
close-up of first image
close=up of second image
close-up of third image
inside of card
close-up to show paper piercing detail




NB I cannot explain why there is a green tinge to the photos above. The green tinge is actually a crisp white & despite varying the time of day & light conditions when photographing the photos  produced have a green tinge. 
                                        
Recipe
Stamps Chocolate Baroque UA4SP0146 Big Flowers & UDLSP0155 Delightful Damask (sentiment).
Inks Memories Dye Black (images & sentiment), Memento Sweet Plum (inking various cardstock & paper edges).
Pens etc... Memento Tuxedo Black Dual Marker, White Pentel K118 Hybrid Gel Grip Pen.
Colouring Faber-Castell Polychromos Pencils with paper stumps & Sansodor.
Cardstock White card blank (Craft UK Ltd); white & an assortment of mauves in various finishes from stash.
Paper Graphicus Guild Membership Pack.
Punches Woodware (circle & scalloped circle).
The ribbons, floral brads & eyelet are from stash.

10 comments:

jackiescrafts said...

What a lovely card Paula I love the colours and the flowers
I have never managed to master the waterfall card but perhaps I should have another go
I shall look forward to seeing your tag that includes this

Jackie x

saturated canary said...

this is so beautiful!!...love it!!

have a lovely weekend!! xx

Aquarius said...

Very pretty waterfall card - not made one of those in ages. Thanks for sharing

brenda said...

Hello Paula

I've had a slow week, one of those where I never get done what I planned and I can see I missed some lovely work. You Joseph's coat technique is so eye catching and as it's an easel as well, get the thumbs up from me.

A waterfall card is something I have never made, but really like your, especially how you have graduated the pinks of the flowers moving up the tabs.

I hope you have a lovely weekend.

B x

Sally H said...

A beautiful Waterfall card, Paula. Those flowers are favourites of mine, and you have coloured them beautifully!

Kathryn said...

A fabby card :) you colouring is lovely xx

Elizabeth Allan said...

A "waterfall" card is one of my favorite interactive designs Paula! Gorgeous flowers on the panels!

xxxtglxxx said...

I have never tried one of these style of cards Paula, but it does look very impressive, so well done! :)

The pretty elements build up and make a lovely coherent design. Its gorgeous!

hugs

xxalisonxx

Jean Straw said...

I love your pretty card Paula. The flowers are coloured so beautifully.Jean x

Lorraine said...

hi huni wow i have noy seen a waterfall card for so long and yours is so beautiful i love the colours and the stamps are lush they have a sort of ornate feel to them i really love this card hun xx