Now, that is not meant to be a depressing title. My projects today are a a combined effort for Cheery Lynn Designs and Paper Faces Designs by Therese Travis. I figured since they both offer things that are not of the same category, there is no “conflict of interest” going on here.
POLKA CABANA NOTE:
I am dedicating this post to some friends I have made on a different website called, Theme Worx. I won’t name them by name, since I have not asked persmission.
When I was given the BLUE challenge and made my card, I looked at here and wanted to name her INDIGO. I have learned a whole new world is attached to this color, that I never knew existed. If you have not heard this color used in reagards to personalities of people, it is a very facsinationg subject. So my card, which is I now refer to as INDIGO, is dedicated to those 2 special people that have shared some very personal and wonderful information with me.
The way I made my project interesting, without being boring, is with all the different patterned papers in the BLUE scheme.
Here is Angel Meggie, all decked out with the help of Cherry Lynn Designs dies and other fun stuff.
Here is a close up of the banner above Meggie’s head. Can you see those tiny bows, and what, are those glass beads hand sewn to those PRETTY PETAL flowers?
Why yes they are.
I admit, I went a little overboard on this card, and I loved every minute of it!
Here is a close-up of the banner, cut from the PENNANT DIE.
I just kept the inside, fairly simple. The phrase reads, “Friend: One who knows all about you and loves you just the same.” Such a true statement.
In the corner are a trio of PRETTY PETAL flowers.
Here’s a close-up so you can see their dimension and detail.
On this last picture, before you navigate away from us, look closely at the background papers. I cut the scalloped rectangle using the dies with the same name, SCALLOPED RECTANGLE. Look even more closely, the paper that in under the SCALLOPED RECTANGLE piece, has been pierced with the new PIERCE PLATE. I am having a blast with those and the stitching plates. They make a fabulous look and texture on plain, hum drum cardstock. Lastly, the base of my card(white), is embossed with the BANDANA embossing plate.
I could have stopped here, but why? Christine had mentioned these cards called Waterfall Cards. I showed one the other day that I made for Tiffany Doodles new flower stamp releases. You can see that card here, and compare the two cards.
Bear with me as I share many pictures, I am doing this so you can get an idea of how the WATERFALL CARD works. With this card, I have again used one of Therese’s stamps. But it is only the Flowers from here Heart Wreath.
The WATERFALL card has 4 different images.
As you pull the ribbon, each image is revealed, one at a time.
After one image is shown and the ribbon is pulled, the previous images cascades and falls behind the image you just viewed.
Here is the last of the 4 images, the others are all tucked neatly behind the last image.
Here is a side view, as the Waterfall begins.
With such a complex fron, I just left my inside plain. I did make a tiny little flower and thought it would be neat to incorporate Thereses store name in the flower.
One last view of this wondrful card.
That is has been my BLUE TUESDAY for you. Thanks for visiting The Polka Cabana today.
I know that all of us on the PAPERFACES Design Team are revealing a challenge. I do not have the specifics, but, as soon as I get them I will add them to this blog post.
The Cheery Lynn Designs products used in my cards today are as follows. All products have the link embedded in their product names.
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