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Move It


My dear friend, Paola, is hosting a nicely challenging swap. The objective - construct a card that moves.

So, with the help of a few stamps, I made what I'm referring to as the "Many Thanks" wheel.


At first I constructed it without the flowers, but when looking at it, it looked plain and uninteresting. I have a tin of flowers on my craft table ... played around with them. And there you have it...the final set.

Comments

Oh my! These are so incredibly cute!!! I love them!
~Paola~ said…
Wouzer Bek!!! These cards are sooo amazingly wonderful!!! Just one of a kind,truly!!! You always do such an amazing job my friend!
Can't wait to receive them:o) *muwahhhhhh*
karen said…
Wow! I agree! these are fantasmic! Amazing!!!!!!
Pam said…
Wow - such a beautiful card. Lovely to look at even before you realize it moves and has even more to look at underneath. You are so clever!
Cheryl said…
This is a terrific idea! I think I may be CAS'ing you in 2010
wow...that is really cute!! :) Love the color combo you chose too!

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