Extreme Cards and Papercrafting: The Lost Month

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Jun 21, 2013

The Lost Month

School is finally out! I've been barely keeping my head above water in May and June.

Since Mother's Day, I've made:

Three of these zig zag fold Thank You cards for my volunteers at my "real" job.


Four of these pop up cards for a fundraiser.

One of these candy bouquets with a dog paper model for a birthday.

One of these pop up cards for Father's Day.

One of these paper roses for a music teacher.

Two of these money boxes for graduates: one red, one blue.

graduation cap money holder

graduation cap money holder

Three of these pop up words Thank You notes for scholarships.

Two of the heart ones in red and blue. One in yellow and blue for Rotary.

thank you pop up card


Fourteen of these paper pieced fox Thank You cards for work.

Still to do: a pop up school bus Thank You for our school transportation department, which has retrieved innumerable of my children's belongings over the past 16 years!

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6 comments :

kcli said...

Beautiful! Makes me wish I had made (the time to make) mine rather than running to the store at the last minute ;-)

Nancy B said...

You didn't eat or sleep during the month, did you? Your "work" is truly amazing! I especially like your pop-up cityscape. You are definitely inspiring and exciting. Now, I have to find the space in my small stamping room and the time to try one of your ideas. Thanks for sharing! Nancy B

cardchick's world said...

Oh My!!!! you have been quite busy..with some fabulous projects..
luv looking and admiring your talented work....thanks for sharing

m3m said...

Carol, the cards you made for the fundraiser are terrific. Is there any chance you could include a pdf for we who are not as talented ?

Silvia said...

You are AMAZING!!! Thank you for all you do and share!
Silvia

Soraya said...

what a way to brighten their day! All those cards are just fantastic!!