Friday, June 5, 2020

Go Nuts

This card was made using this week's Friday Freebie over at Bugaboo called Fishingnut.


For this card I made a trifold card using and crimping tool for the solid yellow.  Aside from this week's freebie image I also used the fun worm from the Under The Sea Birthday Set and the balloons from Balloon Bunch.  I created the sentiment.



Thanks for looking!
Use Your Stuff – Masculine or Father’s Day
Double Trouble –  Gear it up for Guys (optional – use at least one round thing) pairing with Use Your Stuff (Masculine)
Crafting Happiness Challenges – ATG w/optional Summer
Unicorn Challenge Blog – Masculine
Simon Says stamp Challenges (up to 5 entries) –  Masculine
Cards 4 Galz (enter up to 3 times) – More than one Fold
Your Scrapbook Place (enter up to 3 times) – Always ATG

8 comments:

anncreatief said...

Beautiful card. Thank you for joining us at Creative Craft Cottage challenge good luck. Have a nice day
Anneke DT

Suzanne Reynolds said...

Like your tri-fold card and that image is adorable, I used that back awhile ago on a birthday card for a fisherman. Thanks for sharing with us at Double Trouble and Use Your Stuff. Don't forget to come back.

Donna Scholz said...

ANOTHER great card, Karen! Love the sentiment with this one. A perfect masculine birthday card. Would make for a great Father's Day card, too!The addition of the balloons makes is extra festive! Thank you for sharing another creation with us at Double Trouble! -Donna

Lisa Lynn said...

Great trifold card Karen. This nut is so silly and I find it weird to say to a woman that I like your nut, hehe. Love the bobber.

sue t. said...

LOL!! This is so fun! Thanks for joining us at C4G!

Kellianne said...

What a cute card and I love the fun fold! Thanks for sharing it with us at Double Trouble!

Melanie R said...

So festive and cheerful, Carol! Love the colors and the fun fold, too. Thank you for playing along with us at Double Trouble #58.

Ellen said...

Great card, well done! Thanks for joining us at Unicorn Challenge.

groetjes, Ellen