I have longed to participate in blog challenges.. And was getting soo confused on how to make a start to it.. And felt that this theme was just perfect to take off..
I was soo thrilled when I saw this challenge in the blog, for the love of crafting,
ANYTHING GOES... :) :)
So I made this box card.. I have made two variations in it.. One as a card can be used for wishing best wishes on a house warming occasion... And the second one.. wishing for a happy birthday.. :) :)
(This is going to be a picture heavy post.. )
I just loved this box card.. For this card.. I made some quilled roses.. to embellish..
This is how it opens up..
This is a side view of the card.. You can see the box shape perfectly in this angle..
And also.. embellished with a paper house inside..
And ya.. these are some tags that you can keep into this box card with your wishes written on them...
Now for the second card.. For this one.. I made some lillum flowers to match the blue theme..
This is the card opening view.. You can see those tags filled with wishes inside it..
A look into the inside of the card.. Since its a birthday card.. embellished with a cake..
A closer view at the tags inside..
Entering this into my first challenge.. "Anything Goes" - From The Love of Crafting..
Also linking it to this challenge.. Handmade flowers and ribbons - from Quirky..
and Create your own flowers from Crafty cardmakers
Anusha so glad and so sweet of you to say I helped you!ReplyDelete
Yes the "anything goes "theme is just perfect to get started on challenges. Both your cards are wonderful as always!
Thank u Sonia :-)ReplyDelete
These are lovely too! (and would fit the Quirky Challenge!)ReplyDelete
Oh, these are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining the 'create your own flowers' challenge at Crafty Cardmakers!
Thank u Josephine.:-)Delete
Wow, amazing! Thank you so much for joining in with our challenge at Quirky Crafts Challenge BlogReplyDelete
so nice concept
thanx for playing along with "for the love of crafting "
Thank u Caro n Mallika .. :-)ReplyDelete
Thank u so much Caro n Mallika :-)ReplyDelete