Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Graphic 45 Mother Goose Card

Hi everyone :-)
Made this card from the new beautiful Mother Goose 12 x 12  collection from Graphic 45.
Fussy cut out the images and used Zig pen on the edges Claudine Hellmuth Multi Matte over to make them Study and durable. This card is 9 1/2 x 4 and for the base I used the last page in the 12 x 12 collection.
Made this card for a little girl and there is place for a short version of the story inside so hope she will think it is fun to look at.

This is a Graphic 45 Design Team project and here is the link to they`r blog

You can find this beautiful papers at Kreativ Skrapping


The top can fold out and closes with a magnet.
Layered some of the images with 3D pop dots

Cut out 9 1/5 x 8. Score at 4. glue on decor paper and the image and cut around the top image.

Close up picture of Mother Goose. Layered the arms, book hair,collar, glasses and hat. The hat in the paper was cut of so i cut it a bit longer and colored it in with black Zig pen.Glossy accent on her glasses.

Inside of the flap and on the other side there is a tag and on the backside a message can be written.

Backside of the tag.

Cute cute cute images  layered with pop dots and paper pieced together :-)

On the inside the chort version of the story can be written or place some photos.
Cut out 10 x 4 and score at 1/2 and glue together.

Love the cow in the moon :-)

Close up picture of the fussy cut images inside.

Also decorated the backside of the card.

On the back side of the tag a photo can be placed.

More cute images makes the pocket  :-)

                                                                           Supply list:
Mother Goose 12 x 12 papers,Score pal,black Zig pen,Claudine Hellmuth Multi matte,Kai embroidery scissor, Glossy Accent and Scotch quick dry glue.

Regarding questions there is a video where frequently asked questions are answered and here is the link,

For other questions they will be answered here on my blog where I will post new questions that has not been answered before.

Have fun creating :-)
Hugs, Anne


  1. So wonderful Anne. You have opened my eyes to the fact that I don't have to use patterned paper just the way it comes in a sheet or pad... by cutting out these images and patterns, they can be used in whatever fashion I want! I really am looking forward to trying this; I just have to hunt down some of that Multi Matte. Thank you so much for your inspiration and tutorials.

  2. Well I finally tried my hand at "fussy cutting".... I had some Graphic 45 Steampunk Spells paper left over from doing my Apothecary cabinet, so I made a table topper card for Halloween. No where near your level, but it sure was fun to do. Thank you Anne for your inspiration! I made sure to link back to you here in my post today. Happy Halloween!


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