Have you ever made a bridge card? A few months ago I watched a couple of videos by two super talented crafters: Natasha Valkovskaya and Caly Person demonstrating this technique, and I added it to my "list of things to try." Well, the current AAA Birthday Challenge to create a 3D project was just the kick in the pants I needed to make that happen ;)
Check out my first bridge card:
This was so much fun to make!!! I'll link the videos below as they are awesome and provide perfect instructions and lots of tips for making these kinds of cards :)
I love that they fold down flat and can still be mailed in a regular A2 size envelope. And when they're popped up they're so super cute!!! Here's a look at this one standing up:
Since I enjoyed the process of making this one so much I decided to make another with the same layout but a different color combo:
And here's a closer look:
Here are the links to the videos that inspired my creations:
I hope you'll give it a try! Let me know if you do!
Thanks for visiting!
Stamps: Mountain Of Thanks (Catherine Pooler); sentiment from Happy Happy Happy (Lawn Fawn)
Ink: Juniper Mist, Twilight, Flirty Fuchsia, Lime Rickey, Grass Skirt (Catherine Pooler)
Distress Oxide Ink: Tumbled Glass and Mowed Lawn (Ranger)
Cardstock: Solar White (Neenah)
Stencils: Cloud (MFT); Drifts and Hills (MFT)
Dies: Mountain Of Thanks (Catherine Pooler); Everyday Sentiment Banners (Lawn Fawn); Stitched Borders 1 (Pretty Pink Posh)
Adhesive: Double-Sided Tape (X-Press It and Lawn Fawn); Connect Glue (Gina K)