Tuesday, 24 May 2011

Funky Hand Masterchef Recipe

This month the challenge at Funky Hand is to follow a card recipe - 3 papers, 5 flowers, 2 buttons, 1 ribbon all seasoned with a sprinkling of pearls/gems. For this DL triple easel card I've used the free paper which is on their blog for this month with two others from their Papercraft Factory CDs.  The flowers are punched from some of those papers and have pearls in the centre, one of the buttons is a tiny one which matches the ribbon (from Papermania) and the other one is a hand made Dorset crosswheel in toning thread.  The  images  from My Craft Studio were printed onto pearlescent paper


  1. What a lovely card Val - the butterflies are gorgeous.

  2. Wow you certainly have been busy and I had already spotted the Dorset wheel...lovely.
    Brilliant card Val


  3. Wow!! Great use of Kathy's recipe.

    What a great shape card too.

    Thank you for playing along with Get Funky!

    Love Jules xx

  4. What a fab project this is- I love the way you've used the various "ingredients" - so well thought out and effective.
    Thanks for joining in - I hope you enjoyed the challenge :-)

  5. Oh my... this looks complicated... how clever! i wouldn't know where to start :)
    Sue x

  6. wow what a great shaped card, love the dimension and the butterflies look so pretty on their yummy papers. Thank you for getting funky with us hugs Lou xxx

  7. Wow, those butterflies are stunning. A folded card like this would scare me and I don't even try! Well done to you. Thanks for playing at Get Funky this month. xxx

  8. This is such a wonderful card. Thank very much for joining in with this months Get Funky! challenge
    Anice xx

  9. This is a lovely shaped card, great as you have so many surfaces to use at the same time. Lynne x

  10. Love this tri-fold card Val - it's so clever!
    Thanks for sharing it with us at Get Funky this time.
    Good luck.

  11. Wow - a triple easel no less! What a lovely card, looking through your blog - you are such a busy lady with some lovely projects done.

    Good luck in the challenge this month

    Paula x x x

    (Funky Hand DT Member)!

  12. How fab is that! Thanks for using Kathy's recipe to take part in the Get Funky! challenge this month
    Jackie x

  13. Eeekkk! I've only just learnt how to make an easel card let alone something as fancy as this! Great use of the recipe too! Thanks for entering the Get Funky! Challenge – hope you can join us again next month! Get Funky!

  14. oh how clever! Thanks for sharing your project with us over at Get Funky! Hope you can come & join in with our new challenge too!