Lawn Fawn - Happy Summer
Stampendous - Happy Face
Stampendous - Brushed Wishes sentimnet
Stampendous- Red Vinyl Round Stickers
Copics - R14 27, G03, 100
My House Mouse team mate, Sue Drees, inspired me to try the Drapery or Curtain Fold. You can see her card here. Thanks for doing all the research, Sue. The fold came out perfect the first time I tried it. I altered mine slightly by cutting a little off the edge and the top. The part that I cut from the top I flipped it over and glued it underneath the green paper strip. That green paper strip is where I added the old 2011 round red vinyl stickers.
For my Twofer card, I made the 2nd card a flower by using the watermelon to place around a hexagon. The Stampendous Smiley Face I got at a garage sale for .25. It's dated 1998. I didn't even know card making was around back then.
Both are wonderfully designed. Great use of the melon image.ReplyDelete
Cuteness abounds with your card designs, Bunny! I can just see the lady of the house pulling back her pretty watermelon curtain and seeing the little ant family about to have a treat on her windowsill! And how creative to turn the watermelon slices into a sunshiney flower with a happy face and a starry background!! Thank you so much for playing in Twofer Card Challenge #24! Hugs, DarnellReplyDelete
Wonderful crads Bunny, love the melon.ReplyDelete
Brilliant twofer. Thanks also for joining in with my "make it girly" challenge at Allsorts.ReplyDelete
Beautiful cards and designs, lovely all round..xReplyDelete
Two fabulous cards and super designs using that watermelon. Your folded paper looks super and what a great idea for a flower xxReplyDelete
I've never seen a drapery fold cold and this is so cool. I love how you made your watermelon into a flower with a happy face - very clever and cute.ReplyDelete
These are lovely, what great makes, Off to look at the drapery fold! Looks interesting! Hazel xxReplyDelete
How genius of you to use the watermelon to create a flower, Bunny! Your drapery fold card is lovely, and so is the smiling flower! hugs, deReplyDelete
lovely and cute cards BunnyReplyDelete
Cute cards, Bunny! Really loving your fancy fold! The watermelon stamp is so versatile, well done!ReplyDelete
Two great cards and the fold looks fantastic x Susan xReplyDelete
Two lovely bright and beautiful cards, great images and lovely designs. Thank you for joining our 'Make it girly' challenge at Allsorts.ReplyDelete
Great use of the melon image. You've created two wonderful cards.ReplyDelete
Clever folding, Bunny ... and such a fun little parade of ants going after their slice of melon! Your melon flower is just so cute ... who could resist smiling at the sweet face! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Twofer! Anita :)ReplyDelete
Really fun cards!!ReplyDelete
Two imaginative cards for the Twofer challenge, the paper pleats on your first look great. I love the bold and happy smiley second card. Thank you for stopping by my blog and taking time to leave a kind comment xReplyDelete
both cards are so wonderful!! love the pleated paper on the watermellon! thank you so much for playing along with the Lawn Fawnatics Challenge! :)ReplyDelete
Both of your cards are so clever! I love that curtain fold and how you flipped the piece from the top! Your hexagon of watermelon slices looks like a happy flower! Thanks for joining in the fun with us at the Twofer Card Challenge!ReplyDelete
YOU DID IT! And it turned out so darn cute. Love the watermelon paper and the whole card. I watched a lot of videos before I found the one that makes it perfect the first time. Good for you, it i such a fun fold.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing at Allsorts;-))m
Both are so nicely done!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for joining in at my Crafty Wednesday challenge! Hope you check out the new theme starting tomorrow, March 4th!
Lovely cards, Bunny. I love that curtain fold.ReplyDelete
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