Tuesday, 3 January 2023

Fitting Florets Angled Tri Fold Card

 Hi Everyone,

I wanted a last play with this designer series paper before it retires, it's so lovely it's a shame it was a time limited product.


1 piece of night of navy card 5 1/2" x 11", 1 piece 1" x 9"
2 pieces of dsp 3 1/4" x 5 1/4", 1 piece 3/4" x 4 1/4", scraps to die cut flowers
Scraps of gold foil and night of navy for the sentiment
1 piece of basic white 3 7/8" x 5 1/4"
Night of navy ink
Heat Tool
Versamark ink
Basics embossing powders
Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine
Framed Florets stamp set
Framed Florets dies
Simply Scored
Bone Folder
Multipurpose adhesive
Heart Pearls
Take Your Pick Tool


On the long side score the navy card at 3 3/8" at each end to make the tri fold card base.

Make a pencil mark 1" down from the top on either side and 1" in from either end. Cut the card from the mark on the side to the score line and from the mark on the side to the mark on the bottom.

The dsp needs to be cut in the same way, make sure to mirror it so that the pieces are facing the right way. Mine needed a little bit of a trim in order to get the border right on the card front. When you are happy with the pieces, adhere them in place.

Die cut an oval from the navy card and two sets of the flowers and leaves.

Stamp a sentiment on the white card and adhere on the inside of the card.

Add the dsp to the belly band and wrap it loosely around the folded card and secure the two ends together.

Stamp a sentiment on the oval using Versamark and then add the embossing powder and set with the heat tool.  Add to the belly band using dimensionals. Decorate with the die cut flowers, I cut one of them up to make it a little smaller and cut down the leaves to tuck them in and around the flowers. Add some pearls and the card is complete.

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Karen X

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