Add Some Fun to Your Card with a Double Fold!


I have to admit that I'm truly enjoying using the Succulent Garden Paper!  The colors and prints are perfect for spring cards!  I'm going to miss having Mint Macaron as one of the colors in my repertoire for making projects!  Remember . . . it's retiring on May 31st (or once supplies are depleted)!  The Mint Macaron cardstock, Succulent Garden Designer Paper, and the Blossom Bunch Punch are all currently ON SALE  . . . so it's a great time to stock up before they're gone!    


Succulent Garden Paper Card angle


Succulent Garden Paper Card Inside


 Dimensions & Directions:

  • Mint Macaron cardstock . . . 5-1/2" x 7-3/4", score at 1-3/4" from both short ends and fold 
    • Second piece . . . 2-1/2" square
      • Use the Big Shot with the Layering Circles Framelits to cut the 2-1/4" scalloped circle 
  • Whisper White cardstock . . . 4" x 5-1/4" for insert
    • Two more pieces . . . 1-1/2" x 5-1/4", adhere to top and bottom flaps
  • Succulent Garden Designer Series Paper . . . 1-1/4" x 5"
    • Adhere to white strips on flaps
  •  Stamp sentiment with Mint Macaron Ink on a scrap of Whisper White cardstock
    • Punch out with 2" Circle Punch
    • Adhere to Mint Macaron scalloped circle
    • Adhere layered circle to top flap of card
  • Stamp second sentiment with Mint Macaron Ink on left side of insert 
  • Sweet Sugarplum cardstock scrap
    • Punch two smallest flowers with Blossom Bunch Punch
    • Adhere together with Liquid Glue
    • Adhere to circle with Dimensional
    • Add White Perfect Accent to flower center

Even though there are a couple more steps to making this card, it's still super easy!  Don't you think?




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