Cards

Get a move on!

It’s Thursday!  The week is moving along and so is the challenge blog over at AiFactory.  Our theme is ‘let’s get moving’.  This week we want to see some projects with movement to them! Upload your project to the challenge blog here so that we can all check out what you’ve created.  You have until Wednesday June 16th @ 10:30 pm EST to be entered to win the digital of the week which this week is some wicked clip art (which is not something that I normally use to it was fun to climb out of my usual comfort zone with this challenge) aptly called “toys forlittle boys” .  We all know how hard it is to find images for boy cards so this works out great!  You also get a spot as a guest designer for one of our challenges!  How cool is that!

You can purchase this cute clip art set at the AiFactory vault.

If you upload your pic to an online gallery please make sure that you label it as AIF#39 so that we can easily locate it.

We would love for you to use some AiFactory images on your projects ( check out our freebie section here) but it isn’t necessary.  Show us what ya got.  While you’re on the challenge blog, make sure that you check out the post about the new kit of the month club!  A chance to get some great digi images at a wicked price.  Learn more about it here or by clicking on the blinkie over on my sidebar.

Now normally, I am not a movement kinda card gal, so this was a bit out of my box for me.  I found a tutorial online for a ‘wiper card’.  I thought it looked kinda cool and gave it a shot.  It actually turned out really well.

This is the card laying flat ( I chose the firetruck image)

and then once you pull on each of the sides it looks like this, as you can see, that little piece at the top pops up and that’s where I wrote my sentiment.  I added some buttons and some ribbon on the panels and I used my diamond glaze on the wheels to give it a bit of dimension and shine like real tires. 

Alright everyone! Get moving,and don’t forget to check out the other DT blogs for some more great inspiration!

Monica

Angie

Laralee

Terrie

Michelle

I’ve entered this card into the Critter Sketch Challenge Blog this week which is to make a birthday card for a child and the CAS-tastic challenge which is buttons and at sweet stamping for their boys and their toys challenge (how appropriate is that eh?? )
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16 thoughts on “Get a move on!

  1. Your card is amazing! Having the sentiment pop up is fabulous! Great tie in with the buttons. It really balances the card!

    Thanks for playing along with us over on the Critter Sketch Challenge Blog. Hope to see you again soon!

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