When I saw this challenge I thought of my set Touch of Nature. I bought it from a lady who was selling her SU sets at a garage sale. I really wanted it at the time, but it has set in my pile of unsused stamps for way too long. I made a tri shutter card using the directions for a full card front. Full card front tri shutter directions When it was the technique lovers challenge to make the tri shutter card. I really struggled at making mine. I wanted to give it another try. I really like how this one turned out. I will definitely make another one of these cards. The Happy Birthday sentiment is from a Mark's Finest Papers set that I use all the time called Daffodil and anise. I know that doesn't fit the challenge, but it was the only birthday sentiment that "Fit" the panel.
Date: Friday, June 10, 2011 GMT Views: 2039
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Fri, Jun 10, 2011 @ 2:16 PM
I've made the tri-shutter cards before and they can be challenging to say the least but I think what you've done here is just beautiful. Every panel of this card is so interesting! It's really lovely!! TFS
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Fri, Jun 10, 2011 @ 6:14 PM
How beautiful, MariLynn! I love this set! Hmm....guess that means I should dust it off and use it! Your tri-shutter card is gorgeous! Love the stitching and all your wonderful flowers!
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