I have a Corner Pop Up Fun Fold for you today using the Tropical Chic Suite.
And just how did I do it? How about a video to show you?
Here is the card closed:
Here it is as you open it up :
Here it is opened up and it would look like this as it closes as well:
Here it is completely opened:
Granny Apple Green Card Cardstock Base: 8-1/2″ Square, scored into 4 equal quandrants and one diagonal, 1-1/2″ x 4 for HB sentiment inside, 3″ square for leaf die cut on outside
Shaded Spruce Cardstock: 3″ square for leaf die cut on outside
Tropical Chic Designer Series Paper: Outside and Inside 4″ Square, 3-3/4″ Square cut into two triangles for pocket (save one for another card)
Whisper White Cardstock: Sentiment on front 1/2″ x 3-1/2″, 3-1/4″ square for stamped panel inside cut out with Stitched Shapes Square, HB Sentiemnt 1-1/4″ x 4″, Scraps for two flowers on front and one on pocket, 3-3/4″ Square cut into two triangles for pocket (save one for another card), Scraps for two leaves on pocket
Big, Bold, and Bright… don’t you think? I was in that kind of mood this week!
I am going to share it with the gang over at Stamp Ink Paper #147 for the Color It Challenge this week.
I used my Stampin’ Blends to color this butterfly- so fun to smoothly glide on the alcohol color:)
A few rhinestones to bling it up…or maybe cover a stray black smudge?
I even jazzed up the inside!
Thanks for buzzing by, friends…
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I stamped my butterfly on vellum and colored the back of the image with my Stampin’ Blends. I cut out a large rectangle from the Rich Razzleberry cardstock and framed the vellum. Then, I adhered the frame to Whisper White panel on the Daffodil Delight card base.
I colored the flower with my Stampin’ Blends as well and fussy cut it.
Then, I adhered it to a panel of the Powder Pink Fresh Florals Designer Series Paper.
I just love a big border on my cards, do you use this design element much?