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Thursday, 15 November 2007

Getting Corrugated!

The DCM dare was set by Jo and was to use corrugated card on your card!
Hi all :) This week it is Jo here to set the dare...
I seem to have developed a little bit of a fixation with old cardboard boxes....! My dare this week is to use some corrugated card on your card - it could be corrugated craft card or an old box etc. taken to pieces :) You could make the card blank from it or die cut shapes etc...
I am very late with this challenge as I couldn't find any corrugated card anywhere. Luckily, I received a delivery on tuesday and the packaging was made up of tons of the stuff!
Supplies: white and brown cardstock, K & Co patterned paper, mesh from a Papermanic kit, corrugated card flowers made with Woodware punch, Dovecraft brads, buttons, ribbon, string and safety pin all from stash.

14 comments:

Andrea, said...

Fabulous card, the backing paper is great and really goes with the corrugated card. Great idea punching flowers out of it.

Paula J Atkinson said...

This is gorgeous, really love this.

Dawn Wheeler said...

Gorgeous card ,love how you used the corrigated card ,Dawnx

Dawn♥ said...

Absolutely GOREGOUS! Love your flowers and design!

ScrapMomOf2 said...

OMG! This is fantastic! I love the flowers that you made! I love the safety pin! This is totally wonderful! Very clever too!

Marlou McAlees said...

Hi Deb, another fabulous card from you!!!! cant wait to see your Noel papers :) and what you do with them, i know what you mean about cutting them {lol} its awful at first having to cut lovely paper :) xx

My Paper World said...

Very pretty! Love your corrugated flower embellishments!

Unknown said...

WOW!HOW FANTASTIC DOES THIS LOOK!

Anonymous said...

fab card:)

Dawn Easton said...

Love the corrugated flowers you made! Fantastic!

Theresa said...

What a great way to add some texture!!! Lovely card!

Rose Ann said...

What a fun card, and great use of the corrugated paper! Love it!

Kathy said...

Worth all the effort Deb, I love the way you've kept the rustic theme going with the string and bits and bobs, very clever!

simplyfairies said...

Great idea for the flowers. love this card...