Thursday, September 13, 2012

CCEE1237 Waterfall or pop-up

Our Hostess, Sabrina Friel, gave us our challenge again, to make a waterfall card or a free-standing pop-up Card.

I hadn't done this in AGES, so of course I made a ton of mistakes, and had to virtually start all over again.  When you glue the squares to the wrong side, they end up upside down......and not a pretty picture!

Below there are pics of what the underlying squares look like.  I used two Rubbernecker sets:

597 - Halloween Cats
473 - Halloween Set







Here are the two other views of the waterfall.  Aren't these cats just the cutest??

If I had been more careful the sentiment would have been straighter, but all I can do is blame the recent surgery I had.........By this time my hand was so sore, I just couldn't do it again!!


I hope you will want to join us this week.  Using old techniques can get the old MOJO sometimes working!!


If you make a card and would like for us to see it, please link your project


Sabrina has another fun challenge for us next week.  See you then!

8 comments:

  1. Oh Anne, I think this is just adorable but I hope you didn't overdo things with your hand - I'd hate to feel I'd set you back ;-). Those cats are perfect for Halloween with the orange background. What a fun sentiment too - I've never seen that one before.

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  2. So glad you were able to manage a "technique" card with your healing hand. Cute card -- and yes, even though I'm not a cat person, those cats are cute.

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  3. Love, love, love that background paper and your matching tabs. What a fun and creative waterfall!!!

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  4. this is so cute, Anne. I love your choice of the background designer paper. Please be careful and don't overdo it with your hand . You've been through too much to set yourself back now.

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  5. Anne,
    Wonderful and adorable - I love the different kitty images!!

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  6. the colors are what first caught my attention...bold and dramatic ...and then the wonderful silhouette images and, of course, the form of the card itself...fabbo, gf

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  7. Great colors and patterns on this fun Halloween cat waterfall card Anne! So sorry you worked until your hand hurt - I can just feel the ache!

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