This card style is something I would never have tried without first seeing examples. Judianne of Creative Scrapbooking Divas kept showing me beautiful examples and made me want to try one of my own. So if you hate it, keep in mind, this is my first and they typically get better :) I also probably never would have tried this without the aid of my Cricut and Penny Duncan's SVG cut file. I could have tried to replicate the template, but it would have been difficult for me and I likely would have given up. Both the ladies above are extremely talented artists, if you have not seen their work, you should follow the links I provided.
On to my card. The first picture is the outside (ignore my fingers, it didn't want to stay shut).
And the view when opened.
Cricut and Penny's file it includes the card template (score marks, too!), and the squares/rectangles for each slot (I left out the ones where I put the sentiments).
Patterned paper-Amanda Blu
Ink-Staz On Timber Brown (I got it for Christmas!)
Flower stamp-Stampin' Up
Sentiment- I created it in SCAL using Brody font (my first time!)
Latte cup-Stamping Cricut Cart
Swirls-Stamping Cricut Cart
Buttons-random from Scrapbook Friend'z
Flowers by buttons-RAK whew!
On to Challenges:
Creative Inspiration-something new (ink, SCAL, this type of card)
Do You Stack Up-buttons BRAND NEW CHALLENGE BLOG!
Digi Doodle Shop's best- Buttons
For Fun Challenge- 3 papers (flowers, white and patterned-the sentiment and cup were white that I chalked), 2 buttons/brads (buttons), 1 image (latte cup)
Papertake Weekly-anything goes
Two Sisters Challenge Blog-girly
All Sorts Challenge Blog- Fancy Folds
Alright, that's it. Have a wonderful day!