I usually pride myself on being pretty flat, as far as scrapping goes anyway. But today I created a card with some dimension. I hope I can show that to you via photos, using Cosmo Cricket's Cogsmos Diecut Cogs.
I've always wanted to buy a card like this. I always seem to inevitably buy a card for some one's 38th birthday and I forget to give it to them. What on earth am I going to do with it now? Not a problem with this card, it's multi purpose.
Here is showing the dimension:
And here I used the Cosmo Buck Naked Chipboard buttons for the dimension under the Cogs: (For the biggest I used two buttons, for one of the smaller cogs I used one button, and the other I just put on the Cardstock)
I used the Making Memories Sharp tool to poke holes in the card for the Karen Foster Screw brads, but you could totally wing it and cram them in there. I'm just anal like that. :)
So here are some general uses for my new favorite card:
I've been thinking, Let's . . .
Have a baby Go to lunch Go shopping Go skydiving Go to Europe Move to the West Coast Elope Get Engaged Get Married Get Divorced Get a Llama, puppy, kitten, ferret Buy a house Celebrate your birthday Cheer you up with a round on me Get a manicure Make fun of our co-worker/boss Get a life Go out on a date Find someone to cut your grass TP the neighbors house Take some antibiotics and get well soon.
As you can see, the possibilities are endless. Note: I don't take any of this seriously and neither should you. It's just paper. And I love it. Hope your Tuesday is balmy and breezy.
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