Wednesday, January 12, 2011

PWC136 - A Unique Fold

Happy Wednesday! Are you ready for the Prettie Wednesday Challenge?! I bet you are!  If you play along with us you could WIN!   Check out the Paper Pretties Blog for all the details!

For this week's challenge (keyword: PWC136) we want to see your unique folds!  It can be anything - an easel card, waterfall, tri-fold -- as long as it's not the standard rectangle folded at the top or side, it works!

I made a big buckle card, featuring You're Fan-tastic Sophia.  I haven't used her in awhile!  (Click the photos to see a full-size version).



Here's the card partially opened: 




In order to allow for the buckle to slide underneath the Sophia panel, I didn't put any dimensionals in the lower right corner of the image.  The piece slides right underneath and into the punched area to close.


Here it is fully opened: 




Thanks for stopping by today!  Don't forget to head over to the Paper Pretties Blog for a full list of the day's eye candy and all the challenge (and PRIZE) details!  You link up THERE for your chance to win this week's prize!  Happy stamping everyone! 


9 people made my day!:

Danyelle Kessler said...

Very cool colors on your buckle card...Beautiful!

Delia Cruz said...

Beautiful card, love the image and the colors the you picked, Just gorgeous. LOve the little embellishment, it's just perfect. TFS

artish said...

oh jennifer she's gorgeous...everything: the image, the colors of your palette! i've never seen a 'buckle card'...thank you for sharing new things!

Debi said...

Fabulous card!! I love the fold... Great colors, sweet image, and beautiful theme!! You did an awesome job on the card!

Holly said...

Jennifer, this is really so pretty! I love the colors and the way you dressed up the top right corner!

Chris said...

beautiful card, love the color and it's a fun fold.

Ruza's Craft Corner said...

Such a beautiful card. Love the colors and the concept.

Jessie/knightrone said...

How gorgeous is this??!!

Card Crazy said...

Lovely, lovely card. The sentiment is perfect, as is the shy, coy Sophia.
Sue S.