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Thursday, May 29, 2014

Stand Up Card

Hi Everyone! I hope you are having a good day. This afternoon we had some showers that we really needed. It is fitting then that my card has a "rainy" image on it! I made this stand up card that Joan at Joan's Touch demoed on her blog. I have never made one of these before and I enjoyed making it. The challenge on her blog is to make one of these type cards. You basically cut out most of the image and fold back the card so that it stands on its own. You can see how to make it here. The card folds flat so that you can send it nicely in an envelope.

I made some roses to add to the card. Here is a close up. The leaf die is from Memory Box and the butterfly die is from Cheery Lynn.

Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope your day is wonderful!

Challenges entered:

House Mouse and Friends:  Splish Splash
Joan's Touch:  Stand Up Card
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge:  Anything Goes


Shona Erlenborn said...

Totally adorable! Love the "drops" of rain!! Cute image and the embellishments are so cute too!

Brenda said...

How sweet!!! Great job with that idea :)

E. Marie said...

Super cute!!

Sue said...

April, your card is delightful! Love the design and that image is so perfect for this challenge. Great fun colors and flowers and butterfly, love it all.........Thanks for joining us for the house Mouse and Friends Monday Challenge.


scrappymo! said...

This card is so gorgeous. I love the way you created it...Did you use a craft knife? You are very good with wielding that knife it you did!!!

The details are so pretty and love that the butterfly is flying sort of off the page. Can't corral a beautiful butterfly!

April said...

Yes, I used a craft knife which isn't the thing I love to do! LOL!

April said...

Yes, I used a craft knife which isn't the thing I love to do! LOL!

Anne Temple said...

Wow, this is gorgeous April. I'll definitely check out that link.

Nancy Hill said...

Very very cute. Love the characters and beautiful flowers

Jo Nevill said...

Gorgeous with fabulous layout.

Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Wednesday Challenge.

Jo x

Anonymous said...

One of the nicest cards I have seen in awhile!

Shirley said...

How beautiful! I love the out of the box use of your mouse and your butterfly is wonderful and so are the flowers!! How fun, pretty, and what a keeper!

Tom said...

A fab card - love it!

Thx for playing with us at the House Mouse and Friends Monday Challenge!


Christine said...

Hi April such a sweet image perfect to make someone smile fab shape & colouring gorgeous take on the chall theme.

Thanks for sharing with us at House Mouse & Friends Mon chall .

smiles Christine x

Diane said...

Just love your shaped card April !! I've never made one of these either !! It would for sure brighten someones day who was feeling under the weather !! Thanks for joining us at HMAFMC !!

hugs Diane xx GDT

Heidi Stamps said...

Really great stand up card! I like that image and your cute flowers. :)

Mayra Duran-Hernandez said...

How cute , and just perfect this is !!

kanda said...

This is so adorable. Love the cheery little hopper and the way it's cut out - guaranteed to make anyone feel better xx

Lauren Hatwell said...

This is absolutely lovely. Great what you've done with it. Lx

Joan Fricker said...

April, I am sure I left you a comment the day you posted this card, but I don't see it. So, I will again tell you how much I love this card. Love those bright, vivid colors and the House Mouse stamp is soooo cute. I love the rain drops. You did a fantastic job on this stand up card. Isn't it fun!!!
Thanks for joining us at Joan's Touch for this challenge.

Gina Howe said...

Your card is so adorable! Stamps don't have to be used on flat paper, it just pops right off the paper! Love it!

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