Oh, what fun! I love an "anything goes" challenge, don't you? It's a chance to call all the shots---make what you want---no holds barred.
As it happened, I had promised to make a birthday card for a sweet little lady who loves flowers and all sorts of girly things. After just finishing a masculine challenge, this was a happy change and promised to be fun.
You'll forgive me if I neglect to list the products I've used. The thing is that I'm not at home and did not remember to make a list (or bring any catalogues to look up products) and so I'm just going to let the photos shine on their own. I can say that I've used a base of Soft Sky and have kept primarily to Very Vanilla, Blushing Bride and Sweet Sugarplum. I've also used that gorgeous (but, alas, retired) Sale-a-bration Sugar Plum Glimmer paper. If you were one of the lucky ones that managed to get some, you'll know what I mean. It is such a great colour.
My card is a Double-Z fold and the centre acts as a type of "card in a box". You'll see what I mean. And so, we begin with the front of the card, all folded and ready to slip into a medium sized envelope.
As the card opens, you can see there are three sections.
The front panel
The centre "card in a box"
And the final panel.
But with this card I think you'll agree that it is all the parts together that make an outstanding "whole".
The card opened up.
I hope you enjoyed my card. Next I hope you'll check out the creations by the other Watercooler Artists at our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge. And then please link up your own creation for our enjoyment.