Thursday, March 24, 2011

Fun Fold Tulip

I hope you can see the video below.  It is not of me but I found this video and had to do a card with the technique.  I think a video is the perfect way to explain how to make this card.  Reasons why this is a great design: 1) you can get 2 cards out of one sheet of 8. x 11. 2) you can use skinny scraps of DSP. 3) a fun fold that adds dimension without adding bulk 4) fits in a regular envelope 5) great for narrow or small main images.
The 2 step tulip stamp is the first thing I bought fell in love with from Stampin' Up.  This is stamped in Tangerine Tango and old olive.  The DSP is retired Haiku.  The butterflies are die cut from SU in so safron and the sentiment is a rub on from Archiver's.  This will go to a lovely lady who had invited my mom, dad, son and I to view over 5,000 tulips on a property near Atlanta.  I can't wait and hope for lovely weather and lots of great pictures.

Come back tomorrow for a SUPER cute Easter project that would be great table favors or class room gifts.

1 comment:

  1. Love your card. I have made this fun fold and it is is so easy and a way to use up old DS cardstock. Love the colors