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Monday, 23 January 2012

Lexi’s Creations #57 Fancy Folds

At Lexi’s Creations this fortnight we want to see your project with fancy folds.

I had seen a Teepee card in the Magnolia Ink Magazine and decided I would have a go, but actually turn it into a teepee, so have a theme of cowboys and indians for my decorations.

Having made the teepee with 3 sheets of 6” square card folded diagonally and put together I trimmed a semi circle out of the top wish a circle punch, so that I could put some cocktail sticks through so it would look like the poles that support a real teepee, and bound them together with some twine from Stampin’ Up.

Tilda Indian

This first side has Tilda as a native american from the Bon Voyage collection. the swirl is a K&Co acetate.

Tilda Cowgirl

The next side has Tilda as a cowboy from the same collection. Although I think that should be cowgirl! The doily is from my stash and the floral diecut is a Memory Box, and I chose it because it sort of represents a lasso.

Edwin Indian

The final side was a little more tricky. I had to manipulate Edwin (from the 2010 Fairytale collection) a little to remove his robin hood hat and draw an indian headband on him. The somewhat dire decoration with the feathers is meant to be an indian headdress with the beads dangling down but it was extremely hard work trying to stitch through feathers and I lost my patience with it more than once! The bow and arrow charm is from my stash.

All images are coloured with promakers and the edge of the teepee is from K&Co but I forget the name of the collection. The paper is from First Edition. The teepee can be opened and folded flat for postage as I used a velcro button to close it.

A few times I regretted not just doing a teepee card but decorating it as I would any card, as it was difficult to find indian themed things in my stash and flowers and frou frou just didn’t seem appropriate, lol

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I am entering this into the following challenges:-

Crafty Sentiments – Anything Goes

I Brake for Challenges – Fancy Folds

I Love Promarkers – #100 Anything Goes

Inky Impressions – Any shape but a square

Let’s Ink It Up – #19 Anything Goes

Pan Pastel UK – #2 Use Two of Something (Two Tilda’s)

Pattie’s Creations – #35 Fancy Folds

Phindy’s Place – #89 Shaped Cards

The Hybrid Chick – #11 Punches/Dies

Truly Scrumptious – #72 Something Forgotten (Tilda and Edwin stamps)

Butterfly 2 Signature Lin

29 comments:

  1. Love your teepee Lin so much detail in it! Hugs Susan x

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  2. This is lovely Lin and so very different.

    Hugs Julie x

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  3. Really different project what fun !!! Thanks for sharing the inspiration with us at PanPastel UK.

    Kerry DTLeader

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  4. Lin what a gorgeous Teepee! I love the papers and the beautiful embellishments you used. Thank you so much for joining us for our “Shape It Up” Challenge over at Inky Impressions Challenges. I hope you have a wonderful week and good luck.

    Hugs
    Shannin

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  5. Fab!!! Just love the shape and all you detail and images are just wonderful! Chanelle xxx

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  6. Wow just beautiful & very sweet. Thanks for joining us at Inky Impressions.
    Kerry

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  7. This is the best teepee card I've seen. Love how you turned it into a real teepee. Lots of great details too. So glad you joined us for the fancy folds challenge at Pattie's Creations this week.

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  8. What a fab teepee, love all the different elements, thank you for joining us at I♥Promarkers this week
    Ruth x

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  9. Wow! these are fantastic, I love this fold and the little indian tilda is so cute
    Lindsay xx

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  10. Back again, couldn't remember if I said Thank you for joining in with the PanPastel challenge blog or not (I was too wrapped up in liking your project lol)
    Lindsay xx

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  11. Lin this is absolutely fantastic! gorgeous details and colourwork, thanks for joining us at inky impressions. Joey x

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  12. Stunning work on all three teepees, amazing!

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  13. Oh wow, awesome project, love it. Thanks for taking part in our challenge this month at LIIU, hope to see you next time. Hugz Suzanne

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  14. Wow what a fab project,really stunning with so much attention to detail. Beautiful work. Thanks for joining us at PanPastel UK challenge and good luck
    Claire xx

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  15. Fantastic! So much work and detail on it, i love it!
    Jo x

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  16. Both your Tilda projects are lovely, great design to the cards. Thank you for sharing it with us at PanPastel UK.

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  17. Both your Tilda projects are lovely, great design to the cards. Thank you for sharing it with us at PanPastel UK.

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  18. Wow, I love it, what a great design. Sharon x

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  19. wow beautiful work love all the embellishments thank you for joining us at panpastel uk
    linda x

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  20. A clever design of card for the images. Thanks for sharing these with us at the PanPastel UK challenge this week.
    luv and hugs {brenda} xoxox

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  21. Lots of work but what a stunner ! Super stuff ! Thanks for joining us at the PanPastel Challenge this week xxx

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  22. WOW! These are adorable. Love that edging you used on all three. Matching the stamp with the embellishments made each one so creative. Thanks so much for joining us for the Inky Impressions challenge!
    Hugs!
    Tracy--GD Inkette

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  23. Thanks for playing in our 'Fancy Folds' Challenge #35, and for using a Digital OR Stamped image!
    ♥ Sandi
    DT Coordinator for Pattie's Creations Challenge!
    and Pattie's shop
    Home of Pattieboop and Allie!

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  24. Stunning work.
    Thanks for joining us at Inky Impressions this week.

    Domi

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  25. These are just inspired Lin! And did you really stitch those beads to the feather headdress? I would have used glue, lol. xx

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  26. Fabulous shape cards! Thanks so much for joining us at Phindy's Place!

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  27. This is fantastic. I love that it's got two sides to it, and it's perfect for the Phindy's Place challenge.

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  28. Wow, love this! What a great idea to make teepees!Love also your other card =)Tineke

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  29. Lovely design! Fab choice of Tildas :-) Love 'n' hugs, Mel xx

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