Tuesday, 4 November 2008

Tanda Teaser 71 - Fabulous Folds







Thanks for the Teaser last week Wendy - lots of lovely leaves on the forum and blog, a bit like my garden at the moment!

The Tanda Teaser this week is called 'FABULOUS FOLDS! By which I mean that we would like to see some ingenious folded cards, not just folded in half LOL! I've got lots of pics in this post to inspire you.....(just can't quite get them to appear where I want them....still new to this blogging lark!)

There are no restrictions on what you use, except for fabulous folds, you do not have to have to use Tanda stamps - you don't have to be a stamper either, just use whatever you have in your stash in whatever style you fancy!!

Have fun with this one, post your work on your blog and mention the Tanda Teaser with a link. Then leave a comment with the static link to your direct post. We would love to come and check out your creations!

If you do not have your own blog - check out the Tanda Stamp Forum. There is a Gallery and section for people to do the challenge Forum based!

I have used a combination of stamps from Christmas set 10, christmas verses, Klimt borders and Klimt set 1 for the above examples. For those of you who read Craft Stamper check out "stamping contrasts" in the December issue out on Friday....Christmas set 10 really comes into its own!

Have a good and crafty week
Sue

4 comments:

Denise said...

Back on track and 1st as well, I am doing well! Here is my entry for this week:-
http://densbloggers.blogspot.com/2008/11/tanda-teaser-fab-folds.html

Beryl said...

I'm sorry it's not a folded card. Hope you don't mind paper folding instead. Will try harder next week.
http://wlpandivascraft.blogspot.com/2008/11/fabulous-folds.html
Beryl xx

Carol said...

Hi

Great DT cards
Here is my take on this weeks challenge
TFL
:)

Ann said...

Really fabulous work on show this week - love those tree stamps and the way you have used them.
I was trying to use up some of my decoupage so no stamping on mine sorry...
HERE IS MY CARD

I would much have preferred to stamp something but ah well.
thanks for setting the challenges.
Ann xxx