Today's task at Cuttlebug Challenge was to create something with a pennant....How fun that the Give a Hoot Cricut Cartridge has these darling birds holding just that!! And this is just the time to make a birthday card for my grandson's second birthday...so I started with the birds, added his name to their pennant border, and this stair-step card just kept growing and growing!!!
Stair-step cards are fun to make! This one has three sections, plus the two pillars on the ends. The front section holds the message and the cake. The center section is where the green border and the balloons are. It is quite fun to have the balloons on acrylic strips, and attached so that when the card is opened they bounce around. I know one little two year old who will be very happy about that! And the background is on the third section. In this case, I chose a large yellow "sun" shape with the big 2, because I know that is the theme of his birthday party.
I do wish it was easier to see the great dimension that you get with stair-step cards, and especially with the pennant banner heralding the great birthday news! Oh, well... I hope you will try it for yourself, and see just how much fun it is!
Cricut and Cricut Cartridges by Provo Craft:
Give A Hoot
Cuttlebug and Cuttlebug Folders by Provo Craft
Sizzix folder used in Cuttlebug
Mrs. Grossman's Vellum Sticker strips
Martha Stewart Fan Punch
Rub on Letters and Sentiments
Yellow and Frosted Lace Stickles
ZipDry Glue by Beacon Adhesives
Tear-ific Tape Adhesive by SparkleNSprinkle
Sakura White Gel Pen
I hope you have been inspired! Check out the rest of the pennant projects the Design Team has created here!! You know they will be a home run!!! Tell 'em BettyBee sent you :)
Happy crafting ~