Hi everyone! Sorry I've been so absent lately - it seems like this summer has flown by. I've had a lot of different things going on and just haven't had
a lot of any
time to spend in the studio. I always plan to enter something into Graphic 45's challenges, but it seems like I always run out of time and never get something made. This month, I actually have something to share!
Recently, my friend Cyndi
came up with the coolest idea for a pop-up tunnel card and taught our little group of crafty friends how to make it. I had just bought the Imagine paper collection and couldn't wait to dig into it for this card.
I mean....right?!? Unfortunately Cyndi's been really busy and hasn't had a chance to post a tutorial for this card. I am bugging her though, and hopefully she'll get one made up, because everyone needs to make this card. It's so much easier than it looks and you can keep it simple (no clue how to do that!) or go crazy with the embellishments (I am well-versed on that).
Here is a top view so you can see all of the layers. The windows are cut with graduated sizes of label dies. I believe these are by Spellbinders.
So many layers! I have always been so obsessed with tunnel cards/books...it's so much fun making little scenes.
This is such a fun card if you enjoy lots of fussy cutting. The Imagine collection has to be one of my all-time favorites from Graphic 45. There are so many great elements to cut out! It's hard to see, but even the house and tiny balloons on the very back of the card are 3D. This is truly one of those cards you have to see in person to really appreciate!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! You can find the supplies I used at Simon Says Stamp via the links below.
What a gorgeous card! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
This is simply marvelous!!! WOW!ReplyDelete
Paper Talk with Samra
Absolutely gorgeous & would be so fun to make!ReplyDelete
Love this so much.ReplyDelete
I, too, love tunnel cards; yours is just super. I hope you will let us know when Cyndi posts a tutorial for this card. I would love to make one. Happy Fall.ReplyDelete
Oh Wowza! This is an amazing card...theres so much adventure in there! I agree w/Linda above. Would love to learn how to do a tunnel card. Love your work. Great great card! TFS! :)ReplyDelete
AMAZING!!! Would love to see a tutorial on this!ReplyDelete
Awesome card-love the fantastic 3D effect. A tutorial would be great I would love to see all it took to make it.ReplyDelete
Love it can't wait for a tutorial..............ReplyDelete
What are the demensions of this card? It's so pretty and fun!ReplyDelete
This card is absolutely over the top! I searched for tutorial on Cyndi’s site but could not find. Do you know if posted? Thank you!ReplyDelete
Creative, so magical and secret chambers reveal more within each doorway. Such a wonderful creation you made, and I so appreciate the tutorial.ReplyDelete