Timeless Tuesday: Fall Off the Page!

Yippee!  It's Tuesday everyone!  And this week's Timeless Tuesday Challenge is extra special because this week is my week to host!

For this week's challenge, FTTC193, I'm asking you to create a card or project where you're focal image falls off of your page.  All you have to do is ensure that your stamped image drops off the edge of your page.  Here is my example that I shared with everyone on the Flourishes blog today...

Joy to the World
 But I decided I would show you another fun card where my focal image drops off the page...

Happy Holidays Holly
I began my card by stamping the glorious holly image from the "Naturally Merry" stamp set using Memento "Black Tuxedo" ink on Flourishes Classic White Cardstock.  Using the die as masking tool, I inked up the edges of the image using Ranger's Distress Inks, "Old Paper" and "Peeled Paint".  I then took the "Happy Holidays" stamp from the retired stamp set, "A Gift For You" stamp collection and added some subtle stamping in the focal images back ground.

This card is extra special!  If you pull the black ribbon at the top of the card, not one... but TWO tags pop out of the card.  One at the top...


... and one at the bottom!

All the sentiments stamped on the tags are from the "Naturally Merry" stamp set as well.  Isn't that cool!!!!


Thanks for stopping by today!  I hope you'll join me and the rest of the team and create a fun card or project where your focal image drops off the edge of your creation.

Take a peek at what my fellow Timeless Tuesday designers have created for today…

Amanda
Broni
Cindy
Denise
Makiko

Nina Brackett, our Guest Designer

You can find all the challenge details at Flourishes Timeless Tuesday Challenge FTTC193


Supplies: 
stamps: Flourishes (A Gift for You, Naturally Merry)
cardstock: Flourishes Classic White Cardstock, Bazzill
patterned papers: Authentique (Peaceful)
die cut shapes: Spellbinders
inks: Memento, Ranger, Copic
accessories: pearls - Queen & Co.;  ribbon - Offray;  glitter - Martha Stewart;  other - thread. Photobucket

10 comments:

  1. THANK YOU ALLISON for coming to visit! I'm SO HAPPY you like my card!!!!!! It was a BLAST to make!!! If you LOVE the Great Outdoors, you'd LOVE where we live! Deer, Elk etc., ALWAYS in our yard! :) It's SUPER INSPIRATION!!!!!!! :)

    You first card is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!! I LOOOOOOOOOOVE the Christmas stamps! Your card is colorful & CHEERY! It's GORGEOUS!!!! AND I LOVE the STITCHING!!!!!!!! :) EVERY ELEMENT is PERFECT!!!!!!!!!!! :) Even down to the blue edging on the main image!!!!!!! :)
    Your second card, I LOOOOOVE that image TOO!!!!!!! The stitching...AND I LOOOOOOVE the fact that it is INTERACTIVE!!!!!!!! There's NOTHING MORE FUN than an INTERACTIVE CARD!!!!!! :)
    SUPER JOB!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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  2. Very pretty on both cards, love the tag with the pull out.

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  3. Ally your cards are over the top GORGEOUS!!~ Thanks for the FUN challenge!!~

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  4. WOW! I mean just WOW! I love that you have two cards (I wish I had the time to :) )and each are different yet very beautiful!
    I love how bright and cheery the first card, it's so lively and festive! Your second one has my heart all fluttery :) I love your vintage style with the papers and colors :) Two Great cards, Ally! :)

    ~ Amanda :)

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  5. Both of your cards are so great! I love this interpretation of "fall of the page". I'm definitely going to try this!

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  6. They are so gorgeous and I love the different style you created! Thank you for the fun challenge.

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  7. Great cards! I love all the colors in the tree on that first card and how you did the ribbon. Love all the earthy tones on the second...classy looking!

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  8. Both of your cards are wonderful! I am so impressed by the tags~

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  9. Gorgeous cards, Ally! Love both of them! So many fabulous details! Great work! Hugs

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  10. Fabulous Christmas cards, Alison! I love your kinetic card...so unusual:)

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Thanks for brightening my day. I read each and every comment.
Hugs,
Ally.