Thursday, May 24, 2007

Cami Card Preview

Cami cards are some of my favourite card layouts. They are super fun!!! I like how you can add more to your card (2+ sentiments, images, photos...) and who can resist those cute folds too and tab?
I created a tutorial (for those who haven't seen these yet) a while back using my scor-pal tool. I love how easy it was to line up my paper and score my lines (zip zip zip!) I also added a few little things to spice up my card. I just love the DP and colour combo. One of my most favourite to date. I will be sharing that tutorial with you tomorrow and as well as answering some more of your questions. But today I am going to post the final product.

The Card!!!



The Inside of the Card!!!



The Outside of the Card!!!



A Close Up ...



Friends Cami Card Recipe

Paper: Chocolate Chip, Magnolia DP (My Mind's Eye)
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Stamp Set(s): Friend to Friend, Paper Tray (Papertrey Ink)
Accessories: Polka Dot Ribbon (Misc), Slit Punch, 1/4 Circle Punch, 1/8th Hole Punch, Sticky Ribbon (7 Gypsies), Scalloped Circle Punch (Marvy) Circle Punch (Marvy), Stampin' Write markers: Certainly Celery, Regal Rose, Rose Red, Tempting Turquoise, Dimensions


Don't forget to stay tuned for tomorrow's step by step tutorial using scor-pal and other tools too. Also, if you have been holding off ordering this tool, the introductory price is only good until May 31st!

Because I love to stamp and you do too!
Alli

5 comments:

Elizabeth Royalty said...

Oh my, that is TOO COOL! gonna have to try this one soon. thanks for the inspiration!

Beth said...

I love this card, as I do all you creations! I will definitely have to give this one a try, so thank you so much for the great tutorial. Also, thanks for enabling. I'm looking into the scor-pal this morning!

Sherrie said...

such a pretty finished product. It has such quality! Looking forward to the tutorial!

Dawn said...

Beautiful card! I've made two like this but neither was as nice as yours!!! Fantastic work!

beate said...

Girl...there is so much to see on your Cami card. I love every section of it!