Monday, May 3, 2010

Karen's Doodles US Challenge #9 - Anything But a Card

This week's challenge is to create anything but a card. I chose to create a freestanding pop-up using the Graduation Doggie image.  The top has a 'tag' inserted that would be great for a photo of the graduate and/or some journaling.   Image is colored with Copics and my diploma and cap are Cricut Cut.  It actually does fold fairly flat for storage. 

Stop over now at Karen's Doodles US Challenge blog and see what the rest of the US team has been up to.  You'll be glad you did!  Awesome creations!!

This week we are having a  joint challenge, where the other Karen's Doodles Challenge Blogs will be having an "Anything But a Card" challenge, as well.  Be sure to check out their samples. I'm looking forward to it!
Netherlands Challenge Blog posts on Tuesday
Scandinavian Challenge Blog posts on Wednesday
United Kindgom Challenge Blog posts on Wednesday

Image: Graduation Doggie by Karen's Doodles
Paper:  Bazzill
Misc: Cricut, Cricut A Child's Year cartridge, Copics, Buttons, Brads, cording, ATG adhesive, Beacons Zip Dry Adhesive


  1. Oh wow-freakin' wow! I'll have to find out how you did it - it's absolutely STUNNING! What a great idea!

  2. so adorable!!! love that little bone!

  3. this is precious, and great colors. Sandi

  4. Wow Cindy! How beautiful! I guess there is too much work on this card:)

  5. wow this is very beautiful
    what a lovely dog


  6. How gorgeous!! One word, actually - CRAFTASTIC!

  7. Cindy, this is a marvelous creation. I love the dog bone and the cute buttons and you have colored Graduation doggie so perfectly. Great job!

  8. This is just stunning! it must have taken you a long time to make it!

  9. this is so adorable. Do you have direction that you are sharing on how you did this???? I went to the pop up link that you posted, but I don't see where the tag is on it. Thanks

  10. INCREDIBLE! This is the neatest card ever-how did you do it?!


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