We were invited to a wedding this weekend, so it was the perfect opportunity to make my wedding convertible again! The trunk lifts up and you can insert a gift card or cash. You can purchase the tutorial HERE. This is a fun and unique wedding or anniversary gift!
The card is an old one I had, I’m so sorry I don’t have instructions for it, but I found the pattern on Pinterest.
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Here is a wedding or anniversary getaway convertible that is a fun and creative way to give a gift card! The trunk flips up in back. You can slide a gift card in the trunk (or some CASH!) There are handmade Diet Coke cans that drag behind the car. There is also a bow-tie and wedding veil in the back of the car.
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I did this wedding card (left side) awhile ago, you can check that post HERE. I kept dreaming up this REALITY card for the same couple (my son and his wife LOL) for their first year anniverary. Notice the dirty towel that is on the floor (right side) is the MR. towel. LOL Silly card, I know….
Here are the cards we did at my Girl’s Day/Night Out classes this month.
I saw this card made by Tilly on SCS HERE and loved the concept! The gals at my class said it was like making things for a Barbie house. LOL This is for an anniversary or wedding. If you have a sense of humor, you may want to consider sending this card HERE to the same couple a year later!
Recipe: Stamp Set: All Holidays, Hugs and Wishes Paper: Sage Shadow, Whisper White, Metallic Silver (non SU) Ink: Sage Shadow, Basic Black Accessories: Scallop Square Punch, Cuttlebug folder, Silver Brads
I didn’t put a hard FOLD in the “towels” so it had a 3-D look to it. The towel dimensions are 1 1/4″ x 3 1/2″ and then folded over. This card is a total CASE of “Londonblue’s” card on SCS found HERE. I just swapped out the ribbon. I love what she did with the scalloped oval in vellum!
Recipe: Stamp Set: Oval All Paper: Apricot Appeal, Vellum (lighter weight but I would recommend the heavier weight because many of them ripped through in a few spots) Ink: Apricot Appeal Accessories: Whisper White Organza Ribbon, Manhatten Flower Textured Impressions Die, Large Oval and Scallop Oval Punches
I really like the sketch that Karen Giron hosted a couple weeks ago. You can read more about her sketch challenge HERE. This is a picture of the sketch, along with my version of it. I am down to the SCRAPS of the Designer Paper that is retiring, so I had to do 2 versions of this card because I ran out of paper!
Sad to see this set go, I’m “wild about” this stamp set! Recipe: Stamp Set: Wild About You Paper: Ruby Red, Whisper White, So Saffron, Sweet Slumber Specialty DP Ink: Ruby Red, Old Olive, So Saffron Accessories: Baja Breeze Striped Ribbon, 1 1/4″ Square Punch, “Bling” Jewel (non SU) Recipe: Stamp Set: Wild About You Paper: Regal Rose, Sweet Always DP, Whisper White, Chocolate Chip Ink: Regal Rose, Chocolate Chip, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive Accessories: 5/8″ Grosgrain Chocolate Chip Ribbon, 1 1/4″ Square Punch, “Bling” Jewel (non SU)
Here’s my tribute to the 4th of July coming up! Saw a cute “Uncle Sam” made out of punches on SCS last year, found HERE. Recipe: Paper: Kraft, Real Red, Whisper White, Night of Navy, Blush Blossom, More Mustard Ink: Basic Black Journal Pen Accessories: Real Red Grosgrain Ribbon, Scallop Circle/1 1/4″ Circle/1/4″ Circle/Small Star/Word Window/1 3/8″ Square Punches, Cuttlebug Folder, Chalk (Cheeks), Dimensionals (on Star)
It’s hard to see in the picture, but the red white and blue pieces that form the background have the Cuttlebug impressions in it. They are horizontal stripes.
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