World Win Papers, cutting it to 7 1/2" when I had the paper folded. Once I had my card folded and cut to size, I covered the front with some of the pretty pink paper from Botanical Tea Collection, folded the front over to form a triangle and adding a piece of the green paper from the collection to the top....carefully punching your triangle with the scallop punch.
World Win Ultimate Cream Card Stock using my 3 1/2" circle punch, using my Spun Sugar Distress Ink and Stencil Girl Stencil distress the stencil and placed it on the front of my card. I used one of my sentiments from my Memories Stamp Set from SinCity Stamps on my cards circle I had prepared. I added swirly brown twine and fussy cut images from the Graphic 45 Botanical Tea papers to decorate the front of my card with.
Botanical Embellish Die Cut sheet and some fussy cut flowers I rolled to give them dimension.
Stencil Girls Stencil, Spun Sugar Distress Ink and an applicator I created the inside of my card. Once I had the depth I wanted with the ink I added my scallop border and journal blog...journal block are so great to write you messages on and so pretty also.
I place a small paper clip to the right side to hold the card together. I hope you are inspired by my folded project and I would encourage you to check out World Win Papers along with Stencil Girls to be inspired by their fabulous projects and don't forget to check out our amazing Craft Hoarders Anonymous Challenge Blog Design Team.
CHACB Design Team:Amber Milone
World Win Papers
Stencil Girls Stencil
Graphic 45 Botanical Tea Collection
SinCity Stamps Memories Set
Spun Sugar Distress Ink
EK Scallop Punch
Love this elegant card, Pammiejo! The stenciled bits add such a lovely touch of softness and femininity. It's beautiful in all its pretty details!ReplyDelete
Just a beautiful card! I love the fold and the way you used the stencil is just amazing!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card, Pam!ReplyDelete
Pam, this is just beautiful....love how you fussy cut all the elements on the card. I love how you used the stencil on the inside of the card.ReplyDelete
I love the folds on this. How springy it feels, just beautiful!ReplyDelete
Pam, I just loved this project..beautifully done!! xoReplyDelete
This is so delightful. I adore how you used the stencil. So very pretty!ReplyDelete
Ohhhhhhhhhh this is gorgeous! I love love love the colors and the butterflies!!!!!!ReplyDelete
What a delight - bold, fresh and pretty with those wonderful papers, and who knew that diagonal fold would be such an effective design feature?! It's so cool. Fab folding inspiration, thank you.ReplyDelete