More Hugs

Hi!  I have another card for you today using the Bear Hugs set as well as Layered Letters.  I hadn’t done a Waterfall card in quite a while and thought it would be fun to do for this weeks Global Design Project challenge #GDP020 – CASE the designer!  I was inspired by the theme of Connie’s card.

Stampin' Up! Layered Letters, Bear Hugs

The fun thing about Waterfall cards – they are interactive!  When you pull down on the ribbon, you reveal a hidden message:

Stampin' Up! Layered Letters, Bear Hugs

Each letter flips up and then slides behind – pretty cool!

I also decided to add a message to the inside of the card itself – I don’t often do that – but thought this little guy is just too cute with his message:

Stampin' Up!  Bear Hugs

I had fun playing along with the GDP challenge this week – hope you will check it out via the link above and play along, too.  They are a great site for inspiration!

If you want to try a hand at making your own waterfall card, here are a few tips:

  1. Your moving strip is 8″ x 1 1/2″ – scored at 1 1/2″, 2 1/4″, 3″, and 3 3/4″.
  2. The chocolate chip strip across the bottom is only attached using brads – DO NOT USE ADHESIVE
  3. The white moving strip is attached ONLY to the chocolate chip strip – after folding on the 3 3/4″ score line, attach the front bottom edge of the moving strip to the chocolate chip strip – aligning the two edges.  The back of the white moving strip should be underneath the chocolate chip strip.
  4. L O V E are on 1 3/8″ squares and matted on 1 1/2″ Rose Red squares.
  5. When attaching the letters to the moving strip, start with the E and build your way up to the L.  Place Tear & Tape right below each of the score lines to attach the V, O and L.

I hope my tips help!

Thanks for stopping by!

Teresa

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5 thoughts on “More Hugs”

  1. What an adorable ending to a fun waterfall! Such a great card! Thank you so much for playing along with this week’s Case the Designer (Connie Collins) Challenge at Global Design Project.

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