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3 Fun Fold Birthday Card


Carolyn here with my Tuesday Cards featuring two cards using the technique in the following video.

TIP:  Use leftover scrap for these quick cards.




 First I will show the collage of my cards, and than individually ....

 

Supplies used:
  • For the card base, I used Stampin! Up card stock.
  • Card #1 I used design paper from my stash of Walmart paper
  • Card #2 I used card and the flower element from the June Card Kit from Scrapbook Blessings Club Facebook group
  • Bumble Bee and pop-up flower embellishment from Reflections purchased at Hobby Lobby
  • The card stock on front and inside of Card #2 from June Card Kit
  • Polka dot embossing folder used on first card
  • Floral embossing folder on 2nd card.
  • Adhesive and foam tape
More pictures:



Following is 2nd card:


 

On this 2nd card I cut out a 4x4 square and than cut that from point to point creating a triangle and glued the left side and bottom to the inside card - with the idea of a gift card being inserted inside the opening.

Carolyn - Granny Ma's Creative Blog
Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,

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  1. LOVE< LOVE< LOVE!!!! I am soooo doing this! I think maybe a challenge, hmmm, lol!

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