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July 20, 2010

Hi Phone Card

Hello to all!
My name is Agnes
flowerdisco from 

I am so very happy to be at Tuesday Treats. I was invited by Pam to fill in for somebody who couldn't make it today. A bit intimidated to be among so many great talented ladies and hoping you like my card.
The cart of the month is Sentimentals and I chose the phone from page 59.  I used my Gypsy to weld both sides of the image and to weld the doorknob from page 34 to use it as a closure and as a stand for the card. It did not come out as I had it in my mind so I had to tweak it a bit and change plans.

Here is my 
Hi card
at 4.5 inches high
 I used the DCWV Songbird Collection stack for this project.

The Hi was cut at 1 inch and you can find this on page 25 of the handbook.
A closer view of the dimensional dial.

I am showing here a strip of black paper and that is the doorknob cut that I ended up
welding to the card base.

Here you can see the front of the doorknob.

 The back of the card and the other side of the doorknob.

I am showing here a little pouch I made with a scrap of cardstock to insert the one side of the doorknob.

This is the inside.
When I started the card I started it with a white cardstock as the base but then I decided to use black instead and the white insert you see here was from that first try :)

This is a photo of my Gypsy screen where I added all my images ready to be duplicate to cut on the next layer. This is how I do most of my trials and errors. After I am satisfied, then I re-arrange everything to be cut, if possible, on one 12 by 12 mat.

 I appreciate you stopping by 
Thanks to Pam 
for inviting me over.

Hugs to all!


Pam said...

This is simply awesome and hugs to you my dear for rescuing me by filling in!. You are such a dear! A very talented dear! =D>

kimmie said...

how cute!!!! i would never have thought of this and it is adorable! thanks for sharing!
i really need this cart! lol

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Agnes this card is AWESOME I love it and thanks so much for coming to the rescue and giving us a beautiful design to ooohhhhh and aaahhhh over. LOVE IT and the color is awesome!

flowerdisco said...

I was very proud and honored to come to Tuesday Treats and "rescue" you, :-)

Java Jen's Creations said...

Wow!! What a cool card!! This inspires me to do more shaped cards! Thanks for sharing!!

Michele said...

That's really cool! You did a lovely job and I am inspired to do more shape cards myself!

melissa said...

this card is too freaking cute love it thanks for sharing

amylynne said...

Cute!! Love the antique phone!

JustJules said...

WOW...I am impressed!! Great job!

imafarmgirl said...

this is fun! Anyone would love to receive this card..as long as they are wise enough to know what it is! Dates us all doesn't it? Patient enough to wait for each number to circle around... beautiful..

love2create said...

That is a great image! I love the papers and the demension of the dial. Great job!

Jodie R said...

What an awesome card! I LOVE the color! It's so rich and it goes perfect with the theme! Way to go, Agnes!!

Debby said...

This is so unique and ADORABLE. I love it. Very, vey cute and I love all the detail! GREAT job.

JJ said...

AWESOME CARD!!!!!! Never thought of using a phone and this has changed my mind. Thanks so much for sharing and the inspiration!!!!!

Marilyn said...

Very cute! I really enjoy shaped cards and this one is very nice. Thank you for sharing it.

Sentimental Scrapper said...

WOW!!! That is incredible! Love the colors! You are sooo creative!

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