Happy Wednesday! I hope you had fun this past weekend at all of the World Card Making Day blogland festivities . Don't forget to join the Link Up for Pink breast cancer awareness party. It's still going on and you can enter a card for some great prizes.
As for the goings on at Oak Pond, we have a few Thomas the Tank engine fans in our family and today I'm sharing my project using some Thomas Designer Paper. Like many, I have enough designer paper in my studio to last a decade. I have no business adding more but, when I saw some Thomas the Tank engine paper at my LSS (local scrapbook store) a few months ago, like many....I knew I had to build something with it. I passed over this paper a hundred times in my stash trying to figure out exactly WHAT to do with it. It was not a layout for a background or building a general card. It was a 12 X 12 sheet of cutouts. After two months it hit me like a Train! (ha-ha) My Thomas paper had to become an exploding box.
This was so much fun to build and very easy. I created the pyramid in the middle by cutting 4 triangles and leaving tabs to glue together. Printed a sentiment and mounted it on a toothpick that was inserted into the top of the pyramid. I hope it inspires you to try something new!
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