SU Traveler

SU Traveler – Fun Fold

Transportation is the theme at The Paper Players Challenge # 243 this week.

Make sure to check out the Design Team’s fantastic creations!


Here is a fun fold card that fits in an A2 card envelope.

I created it for my SU Traveler Stamp Set Product Class.

The brights colors in the Flashback DSP inspired my design.

SU Traveler Fun Fold with Belly Band

SU Traveler globe view !

SU Traveler Fun Fold  Front View

SU Traveler Fun Fold Closed

Here are some specs if you should decide to make one yourself

with this design or different stamps and colors:

  •  Start with an 8″ black square. Score in 2 inches on each side and cut off the four corner squares. See the card shape now?
  • On the flaps, the Flashback DSP and colored card stock border squares (Real Red, Coastal Cabana, Smoky Slate) are 1 3/4″ squares. Images on the side flaps are stamped on 1 1/2″ Very Vanilla squares.
  • The center image is stamped on a 3 1/2″  Very Vanilla square bordered by 3 3/4″  Smoky Slate square.
  • The bottom flap (to jot a message) is a 3 1/2″ x 1 1/2″ Very Vanilla rectangle bordered by 1 3/4″ x 3 3/4″ Crushed Curry rectangle.
  • The belly band is a strip of DSP cut to  1 3/4″ x 10 1/2″ bordered by 2″ by 10 1/2″ Real Red cardstock strip.
  • The water image is found in SU Gorgeous Grunge and the sentiment  from the SU Peace, Love, and Cupcakes.

Thanks go to Debbie Henderson for inspiration from her Four Fold Card
made from a 12″ x 12″ piece of cardstock.

If you make one, send me a pic at

I love to see what you are up to!!!

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SU Traveler using Reflection Technique

May 1, 2015

Happy Friday, friends!

I have a simple and quick card for you today made with the easy peasy Reflection Technique. I used the classic SU Traveler stamp set that is sticking around in the new catalog…Yea! I also used the SU Sea Street DSP- oh, how fun it is but…it is retiring…

SU Traveler Sea Street DSP

To do a reflection, you just stamp the image on your card. Then, you stamp the same image on a window sheet or wax paper. Then turn it upside down and line up the image with the inked side down against the bottom edge of the stamped image on your paper. Gently press it down to get the reflection. Ha! I did it only once, and it turned out! Miracles do happen, friends…

SU Traveler Reflection SHIP

When I was cutting the DSP, I had a strip left over so I flipped it over

and added it to the inside.

SU Traveler Inside

There are a lot of great images in the TRAVELER stamp set:


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