Friday, July 22, 2011

Welcome to the 8th stop on the SU STARS July blog hop! If you are hopping along in order you arrived here from Connie Smith's blog.  If you happened along some other route, you can continue hopping by following the link at the end of this post or find a list of all blogs on our hop this weekend by visiting the SU STARS blog.

Our theme this month is Movers, Shakers and Summer Mini Make and Takers.  My project is one of my very favorite moving cards -- a Waterfall card.  It's much easier to make than you might think.  If you can cut and fold paper, then you can do it!  You'll find a tutorial on SCS here.  The first photo below is how the card looks when taken out of the envelope.

Pull the tab at the bottom of the center panel and watch the stamped images unfold!

The greeting or sentiment is revealed as the last image appears.  There's also room for you to write a personal message and sign the card.

Materials used:  Chocolate Chip and Whisper White card stock, Sending Love Specialty Designer Series paper (retired), Birthday Bakery stamp set (retired), Stampin' Write markers, and Glitter brads.

Thanks a bunch for stopping by.  The next and last stop on our hop is the blog of Shari Dudek.  Enjoy!

10 comments:

Carey said...

I love waterfall cards and you did a great job with this. Thanks for the fun.

Carey Rogers
aka Roscoe's mommy

Carol said...

Love this card, Veronica! I do remember making one of these a long time ago. As you said, it wasn't that hard to do. Thanks!

Shari said...

Love these waterfall cards! They're so fun to open!

Monica Weaver said...

Great waterfall card technique. I have never tried it. Will definitely have to give it a try! Thanks for sharing.

Monica
www.addalittledazzle.com

Krafting Karen said...

another great card. Haven't made a waterfall card in years. I think I'm going to have to do that! Thanks for the inspiration

Carolyn Sharkas said...

Veronica, it's been a while since I saw one of these cards, now I remember how much I like them. This is definitely on my to do list. Thanks for sharing.

Jackie L Watson said...

Veronica, lovely waterfall card. Sometimes simple is the best. Yummy birthday cakes. Thanks for sharing.

Denise Foor said...

Another wonderful project, Veronica! This is a great incentive to make a Waterfall card. TFS

Cynthia Ferenz said...

Love waterfall cards! Like the way the sentiment is revealed at the end.

Cindy Ferenz
Proud Parent of 2 Soldiers

Janice Heighway said...

I love your card, very nice.