Stampin' Up! Fitting Florets Double Easel Fun Fold Card for Kylie's Demonstrator Training Program Blog Hop

5:00 PM Jessica Brigden 16 Comments

 

I'm so excited!  Stampin' Up! has introduced a special release collection of products called "Fitting Florets" and it is available for purchase beginning today!  Because "Fitting Florets" is such an amazingly beautiful collection of products I've teamed up with some Stampin' Up! demonstrator friends from around the world to share a whole lot of fun projects and inspiration with you!
This special collection of products calls for a special card so I used one of my favorite fun fold techniques - the double easel!
It may look like an ordinary card from the front, but when you pop it open and view from the side you can see it's something special!
It's so much fun to mix and match the different frame elements in various colors and even gold foil!
Measurements:
Melon Mambo cardstock 4 1/4" x 11"; score at 5 1/2" and fold
Night of Navy cardstock 4" x 11"; score at 5 1/4" and 8 1/8" and fold
Fitting Florets DSP 3 3/4" x 5" and 2 3/4" x 3 3/4"

Check out my video tutorial and additional Double Easel card project at https://youtu.be/XFi7amfmIHM

Thank you so much for visiting my blog www.jessbcreativecardiology.com.  I hope you've enjoyed my double easel fun fold card and are quickly falling in love with the Fitting Florets Collection!  Please click on the links below to visit the blogs of the other participants to see what amazing projects they've created for you too!


Product List
Paper Snips
[103579]
$11.00

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16 comments:

  1. The gold really makes this colourful card pop, beautiful job!

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  2. Beautiful card! Love the colors you chose, they are such happy colors <3

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  3. What a pretty and bright card, and that it's a fun fold makes it even more special.

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  4. Great fold Jessica ... fantastic way to showcase the lovely papers in the collection.

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  5. Love the fold. Had not seen it with the extra space at the bottom. Great idea.

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