The Project Tuesday Challenge this week was a tri-fold card. This is another one I have wanted to make but never seem to tackle. I followed the directions here that the challenge site suggested. It looks complicated but turned out to be simple and fun to do.
Using the directions from the link above, my outside card was made using Autumn Spice Specialty Designer Series Paper. This paper is yummy, textured, and just so much fun to work with. The curved front (which is explained in the tutorial link above) was enhanced with Victoria Crochet Trim. I used Sticky Strip along the curved edge and added the trim by ruffling as I went along. I was so happy with the end result. The belly band was made with a strip of Early Espresso to which I added a strip of the same dsp but the other side of the design I used for the card base. I stamped the maple leaf from the Lovely As A Tree stamp set with Black StazOn Ink on WatercolorPaper and colored it using a Blender Pen and Cajun Craze, Old Olive, More Mustard, and Early Espresso ink pads. I cut it out using Paper Snips and popped it up with Stampin' Dimensionals on a More Mustard mat cut out with the Scallop Rectangle Clearlits Die. I slid the belly band onto the card and attached the leaf and mat to the front of it. Again following the directions in the tutorial, I used Early Espresso for the main piece of the insert. I attached More Mustard and Autumn Spice DSP being sure there was enough space to either add a sentiment or your own greeting or both. Victoria Crochet Trim was added to a scrap strip of the DSP and both added to the seam where the two papers came together. To make it easy to pull the insert out, I punched a piece of DSP with the 3/4"x15/16" Oval Medium Punch, adhered it to the top curve, and added an Antique Brad. The design on the brad looks like a leaf so I figured that would tie in to the card. I punched a piece of Early Espresso with the Oval Punch and added it to the back to cover up the prongs of the brad. I really enjoyed making this card. Fall is in the air here in the Northeast and I hope this card reflects this great time of the year.
Stampin' Up! Supplies Used
Super Stamp Set: Lovely as a Tree (#115026); Teeny Tiny Wishes (#115370)
Irresistible Ink: Cajun Craze (#119671); Old Olive (#102277); More Mustard (#103162); Early Espresso (#119670); Jet Black StazOn Ink (#101406)
Paper Confections: Autumn Spice Specialty Designer Series Paper (#120808); More Mustard (#100946); Early Espresso (#119686)
Terrific Tools: Scallop Rectangle Clearlits Die (#118872); 3/4x15/16" Oval Medium Punch (#120908); Blender Pens (#102845); Paper Snips (#103579)
Finish It Up: Victoria 5/8" Crochet Trim (#118481); Antique Brads (#117273); Stampin' Dimensionals (#104430); Sticky Strip (#104294)
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