Monday, March 16, 2020

Stampin' Up! High Tide Wedding Card

It's Monday Makeover and I chose to CASE a card-in-a-box by Queen B. I used the Beautiful Bouquet Stamp Set, High Tide Stamp Set and three retired stamp sets: Plant Hope, Beach Happy and Beachy Little Christmas to create my card. Here is Lisa Ann Bernard's card...
Stampin' Up! Beach Happy, High Tide, Beautiful Bouquet handmade Beach Wedding Card-in-a-box by Lisa Ann Bernard of Queen B Creations for the Pals Blog Hop May 2019

and here is mine...

There are many folds to this card so I'm entering it at a new-to-me challenge site Crafty Calendar Challenge March More Than One Fold. I'm also entering it in the Simply Create Too #158 Shaped Card Challenge for March. The card cannot be a square or rectangle shaped card.

I was commissioned to make a wedding card with a theme and colors similar to the engagement congratulations card that I made in January but forgot to post...maybe I'll blog about it another day...

I'll show you some other angles of my card...

The back for personal message


Plant Hope Palm and Be Mine Dies Hearts




Sunrise

Sun Rising

Sunset


Position for Mailing




Beachy Little Christmas Envelope Front and Back


There are many videos on You Tube that show you how to make a card-in-a-box but if you have a question on any of the steps taken to create this card, please ask in the comments and I will give you more details. 

I'm also playing today at Just Add Ink #496 Photo Inspiration Challenge by Lou.


Thank you for joining me today. I hope you enjoyed my card. 







12 comments:

  1. Wow! What a great card/box!! I love this, Karen! :)

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  2. This is so cute!! I love it and I have to CASE for my niece, a beach loving Florida girl who's getting married this month!

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    1. I wonder if it's for the same person...wouldn't that be funny! Thanks, Akiko.

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  3. Wow! That's stunning Karen! Fantastic card!! :)

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  4. Fabulous design thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Calendar challenge hugs Sue x

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  5. Such and interesting card - all the different surfaces are so lovely. I really like the scenes you have created around the sides. Chantell Just Add Ink

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  6. A work of art, Karen! What a lot of effort you've put into this creation & it certainly paid off - it is stunning. Thank you for sharing with us at Just Add Ink this week. x

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    1. Thank you, Patrice. I can't believe I want to make another one!

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