- Cut your cardstock to the size of 10.5 X 5.0 - if you want to stamp on this, now would be the time to do it.
- Score your cardstock at 1.25" - 2.5" - 4.25", 6" and at 8.25" Now fold with hills and valleys.
- Now just decorate and embellish any way you like.
I used a variety of punches, nestabilities, ribbons, metal clips, rhinestones and acrylic snowflakes, along with a little glitter to make this card. So simple.
Fun huh? I think so. I really enjoy making cards that have unique folds - just a little 'step above' the norm. If you would like to see other samples of this variety of card, just go on over to the gallery at Splitcoast Stampers or Click HERE.
Have a wonderful day, and if you are lucky enough to have the day off from work in observance of Columbus Day - well, I'll say it, "I'm jealous"! :) Until next time - blogs and kisses.
Stuff I Used: Card #1: Stamps: Variety of $1.00 stamps from Michael's; Papers: Stamper's Select White, Real Red, Basic Black; Inks: Brilliance Black; Other Stuff: Regular Heart and Scalloped Heart Nestabilities, Mega & Giga Heart Punches, other various heart punches, Metal Clip & Heart Charm (Michael's), Brads (Making Memories) Gingham Ribbon (SU!) Card #2: Stamps: Peaceful Wishes (SU!); Papers: Bashful Blue, Vellum cardstock, Stamper's Select White; Ink: Brilliant Blue; Accessories: Snowflake Cuttlebug Embossing Folder, Fiskars Snowflake Punch, Snowflake Die (Sizzix), McGill Starburst Punch, 1-1/4" circle punch, Glue Dots, Silver Glitter, Heidi Swapp Snowflake Acrylics, Rhinestones (stash), Silver Stickles.