Sunday, July 19, 2009

Birthday card and matching picture frame





As I mentioned in the previous post I took a class at the
Grapevine Stamp Convention from Ruth Burkey on different folded cards. We made a swing card and then did the center of one side with an Iris fold technique. So today I tried to make a birthday card using the same techniques and here is the front of my card. The 2nd picture is a close up of iris fold center. The 3rd photo is the back side opened.

Recipe: Stamps: Printworks Collections Great Birthday Paper: From Stash Accessories: Cut/score tool and Tombott markers

Then I made a picture frame using a blank wooden frame from Michaels that was $1. I used some of the same paper and Modge Podge it to the wood. Stamped my image from MFT and watercolored then used Thick EP to create a glassy look on it. I added her name using stickers and Nesties cut outs.
Recipe: Stamp: MFT Paper: From Stash Accessories: Nesties, thick EP, letter stickers, various other adornments from stash
I can't wait to see her face when she gets her gift! I hope she loves it!
Have a great day stamping! Traci

11 comments:

Louise Forsyth said...

This is really cool! Looks like alot of work though.

Robin Bowley said...

I haven't been brave enough to try this yet. The Iris fold stuff threw me for a loop during the class so I will wait away before trying again. Great card.

Barb said...

These are all soooo adorable, the frame is gorgeous. Barb-SBS#26

gale said...

Beautiful! Amazing what you can do with a dollar frame!

scrappinmominky said...

Very cute. Looks like you spent a lot of time making it. I'm sure Chloe is going to love it.

The Mama Monkey said...

These are darling! What a fun class that was! I am jealous!

Anne said...

Great card - it looks very tricky to make! Love the colours and the paper, and the matching frame is fab, what a great gift!

CathyRose said...

Wow, those folds are really cool. Terrific projects!

AK Stamper said...

Hey Traci,
Nice job on all the card.....would of love to takin' the folded card class too if they had such a thing up here in Ak.

Keep up the good work!

Shell~Alaska
SBS26

Vickie said...

I love that card! So cool and pretty!

The frame is adorable:)

That Hierloom convention is gonna be in Michigan next month. Though I can't go...no money tree in my backyard;)

Naomi said...

Very nice frame!!!