We had wonderful participation in our New Catalog Demo Pre-Order Demo Meeting Swap for June. One of the more popular product suites was Bird Ballad so I clustered all of those cards together on this blog post. Please enjoy!
If you have questions about how to create these items, please contact the person who created the card via their facebook page (if they have one) which you will find on the watermark on the photos. Thank you!!
Diana’s card wow’ed us all with the sweet fold outs and amazing fussy cutting that did with the Bird Ballad Designer Series Paper. She tied the layers up with a ribbon and bow, but I untied the bow for the photo so that you could see the sentiment which is from the Good Morning Magnolia stamp set.
The front of the card opens to the right with cut outs from the Magnolia Lane DSP. The left side is the original front flap of the card base just folded in half to create four panels, each of which are decorated. The sentiments you see on this photo are from the Free as a Bird stamp set.
Can you imagine the time it took to fussy cut that branch? Truly amazing!
More fussy cutting. The Perennial Essence Designer Series Paper makes a spectacular backdrop!
Dawn Michels used several items from the Bird Ballad Suite. She used the Stitched Shapes Dies for her cutouts. The stamped images are from the Free as a Bird stamp set.
One of the fun items that you can find in the new catalog is the Bird Ballad Laser-Cut Cards and Tin. It eliminates the fussy work that goes with our Detailed Laser Cut Specialty Paper in that this is a thicker medium to work with and it is already in card format. Judy Hamen decorated her Laser-Cut card with a Pretty Peacock cardstock layer and daisy punch out.
Tammy Nelson created a Pinewood Plank backdrop for her Free as a Bird Sentiment on the Nested Labels over a backdrop of the Bird Ballad Designer Series Paper. The Scalloped Lace Ribbon is also featured on this card and is a part of the product suite.
I hope you enjoyed this selection of cards from our Demo Meeting Swap. I will be putting up part two tomorrow so please stay tuned!
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