Hello to you today. I hope you are doing well and finding lots to do to occupy your time. I hope you are working in some stamping. I'm sharing a card with you that we made in my March classes. That's back when we could actually meet together. It seems so long ago! This card uses the Dressed to Impress bundle.
I loved how this card turned out. I had been wanting to try this fold. It's really not that hard.
Start with a card base of Lovely Lipstick. It measures 4 1/4 x 5 1/2.
The next layer is Whisper White. It's cut to 4 x 5 1/4. run this layer through the die cutting machine with the Coastal Weave 3D Embossing Folder.
For the patterned paper, use the Best Dressed Designer Series Paper. You need 2 pieces cut to 3 x 4. Score at 1" on the 3 inch side of the paper. On one piece score from the right and on the other side score from the left. If your paper is directional you will need to pay special attention to that. This paper isn't directional from what I could tell.
Use a Bone Folder to burnish the fold and then open it back up. Go to the opposite side and fold these ends so that they meet at the fold. They should come to a point. Do this for both papers. Glue down the flaps. Glue the papers to the white layer. Add glue to the 1" section and glue to the back so that the points are on the front.
Glue the white layer to the card base.
Stamp the flowers from the Dressed to Impress stamp set in Memento Black on white scraps. I stamped 2 of the single flowers and 2 of the double flowers. Color with the Light and Dark Lovely Lipstick Blends and the Dark Old Olive Blend. Cut them out with the All Dressed Up dies. Use glue and dimensionals to attach. Use some Tear & Tape on the left of the label to attach to the patterned paper point. Do not attach the other end.
For the inside. Stamp the birthday greeting with the Sending You Thoughts (SAB) stamp set in Lovely Lipstick. Cut this out using the 3rd largest Stitched Nested Label dies. Add another flower. Glue to the center of the card. When the top points are closed, it should cover up the center.
I'm afraid that I might not have been very clear. Look up Stampin' Up! double point card on Pinterest and you'll see lots of examples. Those directions might be a little clearer. Thanks for understanding.
I appreciate your time today. I hope you'll try this fold. And really, look it up, there are so many samples!
So maybe you are stuck at home and you are doing a lot of card making. I know you have lots of stuff if you are a card maker, but you just might be running a little low on something. I can help with that. I would love to help you!
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