Shaped Cards

Hello Ladies ~ We have some fun shaped cards for you on our hop today.

Where did yesterday go?  I started my day off with a walk.  Then I had breakfast and hit my craft room to set up for a class.  After the class I went over to a customers house as she wanted an idea for Tic Tac holders for her retirement.  She liked my design and place an order.  When I came back I went over to the neighbors to let them know the guy who hit our mailboxes was looking into getting the info to fix them.  I then came home and it was time for dinner.  As I said where did the day go?

Our hop for Coloring Down the Lines this week is

When I went to design this I really did not want to do a flower or any other shape that could be easy to use a framelit for – I know I am too much!  So I did some thinking and decided to see if I could create a Sailboat card.  I had originally want to have the card open using the side of the sail.  But the mast prevented the whole sail from being on the fold line.  I had to go back and do some rethinking.  Then it occurred to me I could use the bottom of the boat and have the card fold down rather than fold up.  After I used my template to trace the boat I cut it out.  Then I just needed to add my patterned paper.  I used a marker to color in the mast and a gold marker to do the ball at the top.  Here is my finished creation.

inside of card and envelope

Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation

Are you wondering what shape the other ladies used?  Head on over to Joni’s blog – Joni in the Spotlight Stamping to see what shape she used.  I am sure it will be great!
Thanks for visiting me today and I hope I inspired you.  I have a busy morning and then a lady is coming to do a class she missed.  Then I will be working on some of the Tic Tac holders I need to make.  Have a Wonderful Wednesday and have you ever created a shaped card?



  1. Great job Robbie – love your idea!

  2. Super idea, Robbie. Such ingenuity. My simple shape today looks pale compared to this. Next time I need to put on my thinking cap. Thanks for the inspiration. This is a really nice card. Hugs.

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