A Party Animal Stamp Off Challenge

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TGIF and we have another fun Stamp Off Challenge.  Jackie got very creative a little while ago and came up with some awesome challenges.  This week it is called Party Animal.


Now, I am not quite sure what it means exactly.  It could be make a celebration card or it could mean make a card with an animal in it.  I decided to do both!

Pop Of Paradise, Confetti CelebrationI decided to make a birthday card with an animal on it.  At the same time, I made it a fun fold slider card.  When you pull the piece with the ribbon on it, the middle slides up and you see a surprise message.  This is what the card looks like completely open.

Slider Card, Pop Of Paradise, Confetti Celebration

This picture shows how the Flamingo and leaves pop up when you open it.

Pop Of Paradise, Confetti Celebration, Slider Card

I used two stamp sets to make this card.  The flamingo and leaves are from Pop Of Paradise.  Now really.  Who doesn’t like a Flamingo?  One of the new InColors is called Flirty Flamingo, so of course, I had to use that color.  The sentiments are from the stamp set called Confetti Celebration.

Now, let’s head over to Buffy’s and Jackie’s blogs to see their Party Animal Cards.  If I was a guessing woman, I would say they used a cute and silly Llama on their cards.  Let’s go see!

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4 thoughts on “A Party Animal Stamp Off Challenge

  1. That flamingo always looks like a “party animal.” It always looks like it has a secret that it’s not telling. Great card, Susan! I love the design. (And we were both wrong about the llama. I thought Jackie would use it for sure.)

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  2. This card is so stinkin’ cute!! (that’s a good cute, by the way!). I still haven’t bought that flamingo – but you’re wearing me down. I love this pop up slider; it’s now on my ever-growing list of fun folds to try 🙂

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