Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Bingo!

Yay - it's Bingo card time at Addicted to Stamps - take a look


I chose the bottom line - Circle, Ribbon and Purple - and made this


Now you might be forgiven for thinking that this doesn't look like much but by just gently tugging at the white ribbon each circle will pull round and out telescopically - like this


The two bottom circles are actually an easel card and the telescoping circles have been attached with a brad.
My circles are die cut (to make a round easel card: fold some card stock, lay the die on the card stock with a small section of the fold just inside the die, this will ensure that the circles are joined. Fold one of the circles in half towards the join and then cut another single circle. With the folded circle uppermost and the fold horizontal, attach the single circle to the bottom half and then decorate). I used my Fabulous Florets stamp set and colours - Old Olive, Wisteria Wonder and Concord Crush. Each of my circles has been attached with brads - this helps them to move freely and also fold flat for posting.
There are lots of squares on the Bingo card and you can chose any connecting line straight up or down or horizontal left or right and even diagonally and if you need any more ideas please pop over and see what the other lovely members of the dt have come up with, bye for now - Jacqueline xx



8 comments:

  1. WOW, WOW, WOW! Jacqueline, this is just so incredible and inspirational. You are soooo clever. This is just amazing xx

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  2. This is a stunning card Jacqueline - love everything about it.......going to scurry off and make one for myself!

    Hugs.

    Karen x

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  3. Wow this is lovely Jacqueline, definitely going to have a go at one of these:)
    Val x

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  4. I will not be scurrying or even trying to attempt this amazing card . Far too technical for me , totally fabulous and awe inspiring but will leave it up to the experts to make . Well done not only is the design amazing but beautifully stamped too.

    Marie

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  5. You always amaze me when you come out with cards like these! I love the colours you've used too. Vicky x

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  6. WOW...you sure do have a talent for these "special" cards!

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  7. Stunning card Jacqueline - I love these telescoping cards and have made a few myself in the past. Such a wow to them. Love all the elements you have chosen to create yours! x

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  8. This is an amazing idea!!! You know I love purple--this is gorgeous! Definitely pinning this one!!! :)

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