Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Happy Whale, 3rd Birthday Moving Card, and extra Free items with your order!

I had too much fun making this card! It was a combination of 2 cards I found on pinterest. This card provided the inspiration for the layout. And this card provide the inspiration for the moving whale.

The card base is 4 3/4 inches by 6 1/2 inches. For this card, I used a bunch of clearance rack items. The Happy Whale framelits are on clearance rack, click here to get them while you can! For only $4.59, they're a bargain! You get a whale, fish, anchor, heart, star and little splashes. Too cute. Grab a Cloudy Day Embossing Folder from the clearance rack too while you're there, you won't regret it! The matching envelope was made using the envelope punch board and Sycamore Street DSP from last years SAB.

On that note, there's only one more week to Sale-A-Bration! Get your free items with every purchase in increments of $50. To sweeten the deal a bit more, for the first 5 people who place a qualifying orders of $50 or more with me, I will throw in a free package of retired SU designer fabric.

You turn the scalloped circle to make the whale swim. Isn't this cute?


Here's a close up of the card. I used the Borders Scoring plate to make the "wave" and the small oval punch to get the scalloped edge (I messed up a bit...). You would probably get a cleaner cut with the LARGE SCALLOP EDGELITS DIE.

And here's the back of the card:

Want details on how I put together the moving whale - just ask! And I'll update the post with details.

Click here to order your own Stampin' Up! supplies any time!

Coming soon! With more details...Stampin' Up! Products Used on this card. (Click on the images below for more product details and to shop online.)


Elisha said...

This is adorable! You did a great job!

Anonymous said...

That is just too cute. I hope you will share with us on how you made it. Fantastic card!!!!!

hKetG said...

Thanks for the comments! I'll have to make another to share the details of howi made the whale move! I'll try and do it later this week! Thanks for reading.

ali said...

Please share how you made the whale move, it is fabulous!

hKetG said...

I promised I would sare how to make the whale move if you asked, and a few of you did! I will try and find the time this week!

Goldie said...

Finally made the tutorial: here it is http://punchandstamp.blogspot.com/2014/07/moving-whale-card-tutorial.html