SU Indescribable Gift Spring Easter Card

March 6, 2015

We made these pretty pop-up Z- fold Easter cards at class this week using the SU Indescribable Gift stamp set. You will see this fun folded card all over the web by many crafters so to credit the  actual originator is hard to do…

I love this versatile stamp that is definitely perfect for Easter but so many other occasions like birthday, sympathy, thank you…

 

SU Indescribable Gift #1 Matte

 

SU Indescribable Gift #2 Matte

SU Indescribable Gift #3

SU Indescribable Gift #4 front

  • The Pink Pirouette card base is a portrait A2 card (4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″) with a die cut opening. On this card, it is a 3 1/4″ square framelit. You could use any shape.
  • The folded stamped Whisper White inside is 5 1/4″ x 6″ scored on the longer 6″ side at 2″ and 4″. My upline Linda Heller figured out these measurements. Once you stamp it, adhere the last 2″ section onto the right side of the inside of the Pink Pirouette. Now, you simply accordion fold the two other sections, and close the card.
  • Now you will see the white portion on the right side of the opening on the front. Put adhesive on the white part and adhere the front stamped and bordered image.
  • On this card, I made the black border 3 1/4″ square to correspond with the square opening I die cut with the framelit. The next smaller pink border is a 3″ square and then the white stamped image is a 2 3/4″ square.

I decided to share this Spring Easter card with the folks at

The Paper Players for Laurie’s Spring Challenge # 234.

pp234

 

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7 comments

  1. Such an amazing Card!! I LOVE your colors here and the fold, and the stamp set used, just PERFECT!! I tend to shy away from different types of folds, but this is really inspiring!! Thank you so much for including The Paper Players in your crafting fun this week!

  2. This is such a wonderful card! The colors do remind me of Spring. And let’s not talk about how awesome that card fold is.. Just a wonderful piece all together

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