Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Impossible Card in 2 Sizes for Go For Greece Blog Hop

Hi!

It's time for another blog hop with some of the fabulous Stampin' Up Demonstrators who are working towards the incentive trip to Greece. Wouldn't that be fantastic?

Today I thought I would share 2 versions of the "Impossible" card.
 


The first one has a 5" x 7" base:


The second one I made using metric measurements so it has an A6 base of 10.5cm x 14.8cm:

I used the same paper for both cards, the absolutely gorgeous Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper.

There's not a lot of difference between them apart from the sizes.

There are lots of tutorials around the internet for the "Impossible" card, and once you learn the concept of how it works, you can make it virtually any size you want. I've listed the supplies below that I've used to make these cards. If you are in Australia you can click on any of the images to go straight to my online shop to order the supplies.

Here is the list of everyone in the blog hop today:


Here are the supplies I used to make these cards:

Product List
Happy Hopping!
Tina

16 comments:

  1. Very pretty Tina! Love this paper. xxx

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  2. This is going to be just one of my favorite DSP's! Love your card.

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    1. Thanks Gloria, it's my favourite DSP too!

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  3. Love this DSP for the layout, Tina. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks Angie, isn't the paper just divine?

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  4. Lovely! Love the colours on that DSP.

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  5. Impressive! It really does look impossible!!

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    1. Thanks Jessica, it's really easy when you know how!

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  6. Wow i really like this and how you've matted the sections. Looks great

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    1. Thanks Libby, it's a bit of measuring and careful cutting, but it's worth it in the end!

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  7. Beautiful card Tina. I love the impossible card x

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    1. Thanks Shelly, I've seen heaps of Impossible cards lately.

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  8. Now that's a fun fold! Great project, Tina!

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    1. Thanks Jenny, the basic fold is easy when you get the concept, the measuring and cutting of the layers takes a bit of time.

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