Card making, Craft

A tunnel card to go down under.

Hello Everyone, Here is a card I made for my brother in law. My sister and brother in law live in Sydney.

I have used Pollyanna Pickering British Wildlife DVD ROM to make this tunnel card.


It is fairly easy to make if you don’t mind fussy cutting. If you had a brother scan n cut (I don’t) it would be even easier. All the layers are all there on the DVD ROM it is just a matter of cutting them all out, scoring the side panels and sticking it all together. Here is a picture of it from the side to try and capture the dimension. There are some embellishments also on the sheets to cut out and a panel to stick on the back that you can put your own message on and also, a label to type your address onto, for the envelope – it all matches. The best thing – It all folds flat for posting to the other side of the world!

I would like to enter this card into the following challenge – – let’s shape it up

Thanks for looking.

Keep it Crafty!


8 thoughts on “A tunnel card to go down under.”

  1. This is lovely Melanie. I love wild life so can’t fail to like this one. Well done on the cutting out too -I’m hopeless at it! Thanks for joining in the challenge.
    CD Sunday DT


  2. Wow Melanie – a super card and it folds flat – that’s amazing. I am sure I have this CD but I don’t remember the tunnel card. Though because to me square is a shape I probably didn’t pick up on it.
    Thank you for sharing this great card with us.
    Carol xx
    CD Sunday DT


  3. Lots of yummy layers with your card Melanie. I have made these tunnel cards before and you’re right…..amazingly they fold flat. I’m sure it ‘ll be treasured. Thank you for joining us at CD Sunday. Wynn DT


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