Friday fun fold – Gift bag & card

Today I want to share with you a fun project I made. I decided that it would be a fun thing to create a purse type gift bag with a coordinating card. The purse is 4 1/2″ high, 2″ in depth and 4″ width so it is a good size to add any treats or a small gift. The matching card just ties it all together.

To make the card

Score the card base at 4 1/4″ and fold and crease with a bone folder. Adhere the Basic white card stock to the card front. Adhere the strip of DSP to the front of the card.

Stamp 3 flowers from the Hand Penned stamp set then die cut them out. Attached two of the flowers directly to the card front and secure the third flower with dimensional’s to add a little depth.

Die cute the two shapes for the sentiment in Cinnamon cider and Pale Papaya. Stamp the sentiment and adhere the two together. Secure by adding dimmensionals to the back and place on the card front. Stamp your sentiment for the inside of the card to the Very Vanilla card stock and attache to the inside of the card, I also stamped the envelope and added some gilded gems to the card front for a little added bling.

To make the purse

On each end of the 11″ side, score your paper at 3/4″, 4 1/2″, 6 1/2″ and 10 1/4″. Now mark your paper at 2 5/8″, 5 1/2″ and 8 3/8″ at each end as well. This can be done with a pencil or a scoring tool. On the 8 1/4″ side, score at 1 7.8″ and 6 3/8″. These marks provide you with the guidance needed to create your diagonal score lines.

On the long side, score a line from the markings to the center score lines. The triangles on the left and right will be larger than the middle triangles.

Go ahead and fold and burnish all the score lines with the exception of the diagonal lines. Once that is completed, use your fingers to gently crease the diagonal fold lines. This will form the side of your purse.

You can better see all the folded score lines on this picture. Adhere the DSP as shown. This will become the front and back of my purse.

Now is also a good time to add any additional decorations, sentiments etc.

TIP: If you are using a directional pattern, make sure the pattern will be facing in the right direction when you fold up your purse before you attach it.

Turn your card stock over and place Tear n Tape as shown for a good solid seal. You can also use Stampin’ Seal +, however I don’t recommend liquid glue for this step

Remove the backing and fold the two outside pieces inward. You can see how the purse looks when folded up.

Tip: If desired, add a little liquid glue to the diagonal triangles so when the purse is closed up, they are attached to the front and back of the purse. It’s not necessary. I did this as I like the look better but it is optional.

Did you notice the bottom right triangle is not folded too well and there is a bit of a crease in the card stock? I wasn’t careful enough when creasing my diagonal lines, so don’t rush, take the time needed to create a good crease. The good news is that once the purse is closed up and glued, you won’t see that crease.

To finish off my purse, I added two 1/2″ strips of card stock for the handles. I used my bone folder to run over them to gently create the curve. I then attached them to the front and back with liquid glue

For the flap closure, I die cut the flap from the Free as a Bird die set (same as the card) but the back edge was trimmed so it is straight across. I attached to the back of the purse and then gently folded over the top to create the purse closure.

I added the gems to the straps and a velcro dot under the flap to keep the purse closed.

And this is my finished project.

I decided that the purse also needed the floral image so added that as an afterthought. I like how it ties the two together as a set.

And there you have it.

Supplies used

  • Cinnamon Cider Card stock
    • 8 1/5″ x 11″ (card base)
    • 8 1/4″ by 11″ (purse)
    • 1/2″ x 10″ strip (purse handles)
    • Scrap for the front sentiment and purse closure
  • Pale Papaya Card stock
    • Scrap for the front sentiment
  • In colour 2019-2021 DSP (Retired)
    • 4″ x 3 1/2″ (cut 2 for purse)
    • 2″ x 5 1/4″ (card)
  • Basic White Card stock
    • 4 ” x 5 1/4″ (card)
    • Scrap – Die cuts for the flowers
  • Very Vanilla Card stock
    • 4 ” x 5 1/4″ (inside card)
  • Ink – Cinnamon Cider & Pale Papaya
  • Stamp set – Hand Penned
  • Die set – Free as a Bird

New Crafting Technique

This month’s kit features a new layering technique that is impressive, but still very doable. You’ve got this

The Adventure Begins Paper Pumpkin Kit contains enough supplies to create twelve inspiring cards and coordinating envelopes, but don’t let that stop your creativity! If you can dream up something else with this month’s kit, the sky is your limit! 

  • Contains enough supplies to create twelve cards and coordinating envelopes.
  • Card size: 4-1/4” x 5-1/2” (10.8 x 14cm)
  • Envelope size: 4-1/2” x 5-3/4” (11.4 x 14.6 cm)
  • Comes with a Stampin’ Spot plus an exclusive Stamp Set.
  • Includes inspirational sentiments and adventure-themed imagery featuring these nature-inspired coordinating colors: Basic Black, Basic White, Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry, Early Espresso, Flirty Flamingo, Garden Green, Granny Apple Green, Mango Melody, Night of Navy.

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I hope you have enjoyed this post,   I invite you to try your hand at making this card and purse set.  Should you have any difficulties, please let me know and I will gladly assist.   

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Friday Fancy Card – Art in Bloom

Today I want to share a simple and easy fancy fold card to make. This card can be made pretty quick if you are in a hurry for a card.

To make this card

Take your card base and score at 4 1/4″ and fold and burnish with your bone folder. The smaller piece will become your card front.

Place the Bermuda Bay cardstock in the embossing folder and run it through your Cut & Embossing machine to create the brick background. I love this folder and how it creates the brick wall detail on your card stock.

You can now go ahead and adhere to the smaller card front piece as shown.

Take your scrap piece of Basic White and stamp your flower images from the Art in Bloom Stamp set. I love how all three flowers can be stamped as just one stamp. I absolutely love all the detail of these stamps. I suppose you could cut the stamp apart if you wanted to but I like how all three are slightly different so I would probably stamp them all anyways so I will leave it together. I then used my sponge dauber to add some colour to the centre of each flower leaving the tips of the leaves white.

This lovely set coordinates with the Bloom bundle which includes 9 dies and the Bloom Hybrid Embossing folder. I haven’t ordered this yet (on my wish list) so I just fuzzy cut out the flowers with scissors. It’s not as clean a cut as the die would be but I am ok with that.

For the inside of the card, I adhered the DSP to the right side of the inside portion. This way when the card is closed you won’t see the white portion until you open the card.

I then stamped my sentiment form the Art in Bloom stamp set and then attached that piece to the inside of the card. The two pieces just bump up against each other and do not overlap.

I used the third largest rectangle die from the scalloped Contours dies to die cut out the front piece. I am loving these dies and their detail. I have used them often with my cards.

After stamping my sentiment from the Forever Fern Stamp set, I adhered it to the front of the card, making sure I am only gluing on the part the overlaps onto the Bermuda Bay card stock. This way I am not gluing my card closed.

I then added dimensional’s to the back of the flowers and positioned them around the sentiment piece. I debated about adding gems but decided against it for this card but I suppose you could add something to the centre of each flower. Sometimes I like gems and sometimes I don’t. Although not shown, I also stamped one of the flowers onto my envelope, no plain envelopes for me.

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Supplies used

  • Basic Black Card stock (#121045)
    • 5 1/2″ x 7″ (card base)
  • Basic White card stock (#159276)
    • 2 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
    • 2 1/2″ x 4″
    • Scrap – stamped flowers
  • Bermuda Bay card stock (#131197)
    • 2 1/2″ x 5″
  • Pattern Party Designer Series Paper (host purchase #155426)
    • 5 1/2″ x 1 1/2″
  • Stamp Set – Are in Bloom (inside sentiment) (#155085)
  • Stamp Set – Forever Fern (outside sentiment) (#152259)
  • Embossing folder – Brick & Mortar (#149643)
  • Die Set – Scalloped Contours (#155560)
  • Ink Pad – Bermuda Bay & Tuxedo Black (#132708)
  • Adhesives – Dimensiona’s, Stampin’ Seal

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I love this sentiment and with Canada Day approaching, I think it makes a fun card.

Inside I added a Happy Birthday and will send to my mom. Her birthday is on July 1st and this year she will be 90 years young. I know she will love it.


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Friday Fancy Fold – Window card

Today I would like to share this window card with you. I used the Forever Blossoms Stamp set and the coordinating Cherry Blossom Dies which I am happy to say was carried over from the old catalogue to the new one. This set has some lovely floral images as well as seven different sentiments which are suitable for weddings, anniversaries, valentines day or any occasion where you what to share the love. The dies coordinate perfectly with the floral images and some of them include some embossed details

To make this card

Take your Petal Pink card base and score on the long side at 4 1/4″ and fold and crease with your bone folder. Open up and position your oval die just to the left of the middle of your card front. For this card, I used the now retired layering ovals but you can use another shape die to cut out your window. I highly recommend getting shaped dies as they are so versatile.

To create my window frame I placed the smooth die and the next largest scallop die on the Soft succulent card stock with a little washi tape to hold it in place, then cut that out on my Cut & Emboss machine.

(The inside oval will be saved for another project)

I then glued the scallop frame to the card front.

TIP: Currently Layering Circle dies (16 dies) (#151770) are available to purchase and they include both smooth and scalloped edge dies

For the inside of the card, take the Soft Succulent card piece and score at 3 1/2″ and fold, creasing with a bone folder.

As per the picture , attach to the inside of the card, centering from top to bottom and place about 1/4″ from the score line. Make sure to line it up so that when the card is closed it covers the window completely.

Stamp with the floral image onto the basic white card stock. You want to make sure it shows through the window when the card is closed.

Colour the image using Petal Pink and Soft Succulent Blender Pens. Stamp the sentiment in the bottom right corner with the Soft Succulent Ink Pad (I did this after taking the picture). Once completed, attach to the closed portion of the inside folded card.

Take the second Basic white card stock and stamp your sentiment and floral image. Although I didn’t, you could also colour the flower image on the inside of the card as well.

Once completed, you can then attach to the card stock to the inside of the inside folded card stock.

To decorate the card front, I stamped my sentiment with versa mark ink then covered it with silver embossing power. I then used the heat tool to melt the powder. I love how it just adds a little bling with that shine. Once completed I attached it to the card front with dimensionals.

I also stamped three small floral and two leaf images on coordinating card stock then die cut them out to attach to the card front. For added bling, I added Genial Gems to the three flower centres and a couple to the top of the card. I also stamped the same floral image to the envelope

TIP: These powders come in sets of three different colours (silver, gold & copper) or (black, white & clear)

Supplies Used

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  • Petal Pink card stock (#146985)
    • Card Base – 8 1/2″ x 5″
    • Scrap – Die Cut flowers
  • Soft succulent card stock (#155776)
    • Inside fold card – 5″ x 7″
    • Sentiment Strip – 3/4″ x 4″
    • Scrap – die cut leaves, window frame
  • Basic White card stock (#159276)
    • 3 1/4″ x 4 3/4″ (cut 2)
  • Ink Pad – Soft Succulent (#155778)
  • Silver Embossing Power (#155555)
  • Heat Tool (#129053)
  • Stamp Set – Forever Blossoms (#151547)
  • Dies
    • Cherry Blossoms (#151456)
    • Layering Ovals (retired)
  • Adhesives
    • Multipurpose liquid Glue (#110755)
    • Dimensionals (#104430)
  • Genial Gems (#155500)

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Friday Fancy fold -Dutch Fold card

Today I would like to share with you how to make a Dutch Fold card. I was inspired by Linda Bedinger’s card from https://inkandingenuity.com so wanted to try making one myself. I have to say, I am loving this design. I am using the Pansy Patch Bundle which has a LOT of little stamps and dies but it’s well worth it because they make beautiful cards. It can also be a bit intimidating when you look at all the pieces but I assure you, they all work beautifully together.

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To Make this Card

Take your card base and score at 4 ¼” along the long side. 

Turn your paper to the short side and position your paper at the 2″ mark of your paper trimmer. Cut from the edge of the paper to the score line.  

It should look like a “L” shape.  Fold and burnish the fold line which gives you that dutch door look.

To cut out my circle portion, I used the two largest circle dies from the Stitched Shapes (retired) set but if you don’t have a set of circle dies, I highly recommend the Layering Circles die set in the new annual catalogue. For the card base I used the smaller circle die to center in the middle of the Dutch door portion so about 1/3 of the circle will be cut out.

After that, I used that cut out piece as my guide to position my larger circle die. I placed the DSP over the dutch door to line it up then placed the larger circle over so it just leaves a nice border and then cut it out. 

TIP: When using directional paper patterns, make sure paper will flow in the correct direction when cutting out your pieces.

Once you have cut out the patterned paper, go ahead and adhere to the card front. You can also adhere both pieces of the inside of the card as shown.

Basically that is your finished card, but now it’s time to create your flowers so you can set this aside for now.

To create your flowers

First pull out all the die pieces you want to use and line them up so it makes sense. You can then die cut them out in the various colours as shown.  

TIP: By lining them up in advance it makes assembling the flowers so much easier and you can easily see if you are missing anything. I love all the embossed detail these dies provide, don’t you?

I used my silicon mat and added a squirt of liquid glue to the mat. (I love how you can just peel off any dried glue when you are finished)  I then sponged the glue over the Blackberry Bliss flower petal edges and lined them up to the flower petals. I did the same for the leaves and the flower stem. Once you have the petals/trim put together, you can go ahead and assemble the flower as shown below.

TIP: Using Tweezers help and keeps glue off your fingers.

Tip: You could also use adhesive sheets for the detailed dies, then just peel off the adhesive to position. I didn’t do it, this time. but it is an option.

Close your dutch door and arrange your flower design as shown. You want to make sure it is above the cut out portion so it doesn’t prevent your card from opening.

I added dimensionals to the main pansy flower, so it pops up. I did the same with the larger leaf.

The smaller leaves and the flower stem were glued directly to the card.

To complete your card, stamp your sentiment on some scrap Basic White card stock and punch out with the Everyday Label Punch. I used Blackberry Bliss and I sponged around the edge for added colour. I adhered it to the front with dimensionals. For the inside I stamped Happy Birthday from the same stamp set.

I also added a couple of In-Color 2021-2023 jewels to each end of the sentiment. I love how all the colours coordinate.

To finish it off my card, I used the stamp set to stamp a single pansy on the front of the envelope. Who likes blank envelopes right?

Supplies Required

  • Soft Succulent card stock
    • Card Base – 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
    • Scrap for die cut leaves
  • Basic White card stock
    • Inside card – 4 1/2″ x 3 1/4″
    • Scrap paper for your card sentiment
  • Pansy Petals Designer Series paper
    • Inside card – 5 1/4″ x 4″
    • card front – 4″ x 3 1/4″
  • Evening Evergreen card stock – Scrap for die cut leaves
  • Fresh Freesia card stock – Scrap for flower dies
  • Blackberry Bliss card stock – Scrap for flower trim
  • Bumble Bee – Scrap for flower centre
  • Punch – Every Day Label
  • Ink pad – Blackberry Bliss
  • In-Color 2021-2023 Jewels
  • Adhesives – Multipurpose Liquid glue, dimensionals
  • Stamp/Die Bundle – Pansy Petals.

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Friday Fancy Fold – Crossover Gate card

Happy Friday everyone, I hope you are enjoying all the nice warm weather that we are finally experiencing. It starting to feel a little bit more like summer and I am loving the heat.

Today I want to demonstrate a Crossover Gate card. This cute card folds in the middle but each panel opens up to reveal the card greeting inside. How adorable is that? This card will work with any designer series paper but I am loving the colours and patterns of the Hand Penned DSP package. I keep going back to my stash and it is already on my wish list to order more on my next order. Every time I open the new calendar, my wish list grows. How about you? Leave me a comment and tell me what is on your wish list

To make this card

Score your card base at 2 1/8″ and 6 3/8″ on the long side. Fold the panels towards each other and crease with a bone folder. Apply adhesive to the two panels of Hand penned DSP and adhere to the two outside panels lining up with the top and bottom of the card.

I chose a striped pattern so it’s not too bold.

TIP: Always fold towards the “bump” side of the score line so the outside fold looks crisp. Creasing your folds with a bone folder also helps to give a nice crisp fold without the paper “cracking” plus it helps to keep your folds closed.

Adhere the two front panels of the DSP to the card stock mats to create your flaps.

TIP: If using patterned paper as I did, I first cut a solid piece of DSP at 5″ x 3 1/2″ then cut the piece in half on the 5″ side to make up the two pieces. This way I can line up the pattern on the front of the card and the pattern isn’t looking like it’s on it’s side.

Line up the two flaps over the front of the closed card so they are just inside of your card front edges.

The top flap will open from the left and the bottom flap will open on the right (or you can make it visa versa). ONLY add adhesive to the panels where they overlap. You don’t want to glue your card closed right?

For the inside of the card, stamp your greeting in the centre. I also stamped a partial floral image from the Hand Penned Petals stamp set in the bottom corner. I then coloured it with my blender pens. Once completed, go ahead and adhere to the inside of your card.

Stamp your sentiment on the scrap paper of Basic White and punch out the label. Punch out a second label in Highland Heather.

Cut the highland heather label in half and adhere each have to the back of the white sentiment greeting by showing just the outline of the greeting on the top and bottom. Make sure that you line up the sides evenly for a clean look. Add adhesive to the back of the top half only and position over the two panels so the bottom half has no adhesive on it. This will hold the two panels closed but still allow your card to be opened.

To decorate, add a bow to the front bottom panel with a glue dot.

I also added some in-colour gemstones to the top panel and greeting for some added bling. I don’t think you can see them very well in the picture, but they are there.

Your card is finished.

Supplies used

  • Mint Macaron card stock
    • Card Base – 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″
    • Flap mats – 2 3/4″ x 3 3/4″
  • Basic White card stock
    • Inside of card – 5 1/4″ x 4″
    • Scrap paper – Punch out greeting sentiment
  • Hand Penned Designer Series Paper
    • Two outside panels – 1 3/4″ x 5 1/2″ (cut 2)
    • Flap Fronts – 3 1/2″ x 2 1/2 ” (cut 2)
    • Scrap paper – Greeting sentiment
  • Ink Pad – Highland Heather
  • Blender Pen – Soft Succulent & Highland Heather
  • Punch – Lovely Label
  • Stamp Set
    • Hand Penned Petals – Floral image
    • Timeless Tropical – Greetings
  • Adhesive – Stampin’ Seal and glue dots

I also wanted to show you a similar card I had made using the Sailing Home stamp set which is also in the new annual catalogue. While this card is made in exactly the same way. It just shows you how different colours and different designer series paper can dramatically change the look of the card. This is why we have so many colours and choices. One card design can have many different looks.

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Fancy Fold Friday – Double Z Fold Card

I really had fun making this card and wanted to show you how you can too. I also wanted to feature the Senior Years stamp set. I am no longer a spring chicken so I can relate to this fun stamp set.

As you can see this stamp set has two cute figures. both male and female. It also have seven sentiments, which are suitable for both birthdays or retirements.

There is no die cut for this set but you can easily stamp the image and then fuzzy cut it out with a pair of Scissors.

Of course you can then colour the image afterwards and who doesn’t love colouring?

Today I am making a birthday card with this set.

To make this card

For your Soft Succulent card base, score at 5 1/2″ and at 2 3/4″ on the long side.

Fold your card in half and then fold the front panel backwards on the score line. .

Adhere the Pattern A pieces to the front panel and the inside of the card as shown.

TIP: When cutting your DSP, make sure your pattern is cut in the right direction so you don’t waste paper.

For the Soft Sea Foam card stock, score along the long side at 3″ and 6″. Fold on the score lines in the same format as your card base.

Attach the DSP pattern B piece to the middle panel. Stamp and/or decorate the two white pieces then adhere to the panels as shown.

My picture was taken before I did that, to show you how it’s positioned.

Fold up the piece to close and add adhesive to the back panel only. Position your card stock so it overlaps the front panel of your card as shown and attach to the inside of card base. Close your card and note how much of the panel overlaps. Only add adhesive to that part and press down on your closed card.

For the front image, I stamped the lady out on some scrap white card stock and using scissors, I cut out the image. I then coloured her and adhered her to the front of the card. I did not use dimensionals because I didn’t want to add any more bulk to the card

And this is your finished card. I am using my block to hold it closed in order to take a picture. This card also stands up beautifully on a table top.

I have to say I am loving The Hand Penned Designer Series paper. The beautiful colours just appeal to the eye. It comes in a package of 12 sheets of patterned paper: 2 each of 6 double-sided designs, all for just $15.75 CAD. They just scream spring colours, don’t you think?

To see more, please visit my online store by clicking here. When placing an order, please use my host code KW643MGF so you will automatically be included in my monthly draw. If your order is over $200.00 you don’t need to use this code but you will still be entered into my monthly draw.

The Hand Penned Designer Series Paper works with all of these product colours: Basic Black, Blushing Bride, Cinnamon Cider, Daffodil Delight, Garden Green, Highland Heather, Mint Macaron, Misty Moonlight, Pale Papaya, Pool Party

This beautiful paper also coordinates with the Memories and More Card Pack show below. This pack includes 54 double-sided printed cards you can use for quick wedding or springtime card fronts, pocket scrapbooks, and more. The card pack also includes 4 sheets of stickers to embellish your projects

Supplies used

  • Soft Succulent card stock
    • Card Base – 11″ x 4 1/4″
  • Soft Sea Foam card stock
    • Insert – 9″ x 3 1/4″
  • Basic White card stock
    • Cut 2 – 3″ x 2 3/4″
    • Scrap paper to stamp image
  • Hand Penned Designer Series Paper (2 different patterns)
    • Pattern A
      • 4″ x 2 1/2″
      • 5 1/4″ x 4″
    • Pattern B
      • 3″ x 2 3/4″
  • Stamp Set – Senior Years
  • Blender Pens – Pale Papaya, Crumb Cake and Soft Succulent
  • Ink Pad – Tuxedo Black Memento
  • Adhesive – Stampin’ Seal

The SUBSCRIBE-A-THON starts today, and what better time to try these all-inclusive kits. Paper Pumpkin has a LIMITED SUPPLY of Batter Up! kits to offer at this special SUBSCRIBE-A-THON rate.

New subscribers can receive this kit for just $7.00 CAD! (shipping included)

To Subscribe, click Here and enter the code HOMERUN0521. before the sale ends to receive this special introductory price!

This all-inclusive Kit contains enough supplies to create 9 cards (3 each of 3 designs) along with coordinating envelopes. Included in the kit are printed card bases, die-cut paper pieces, embellishments, adhesive, and more! It even comes with the official baseball bubble gum of the MLB—a ballpark favorite! Chew while you craft, slide a piece into a card, or save it for later.

The sale will continue until all allocated kits are sold out, or until the subscription period ends on May 10th, whichever comes first. If the allocated kits are sold out prior to the subscription period, the sale will end and the subscription price will return to normal.

This promotion price will only apply to new month-to-month subscriptions; prepaid subscriptions are not eligible for the discount.


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Fancy Fold Friday – Double Fold Card

Can you believe April is almost over? This month has just flown by and there is so much news to share. Before I do that, I would first like to share with you this double fold card or at least that is my name for it. This is such an easy card to make and is a perfect card for beginners or avid crafters alike. I love how the two different patterns work so well together.

To Make this card

On the long side of your card base, score at 2 3/4″ and 8 1/4″. Fold the two panels towards each other and crease the folds with your bone folder.

Adhere the 4″ x 2 5/8″ DSP (pattern A) to the left front panel. Go ahead and adhere the 5 1/4″ x 4″ DSP (Pattern A) to the inside of the card as well and set aside for now.

Now for the front right panel, first adhere the 4″ x 3″ DSP (Pattern B) to the 4 1/4″ x 3 1/4″ Granny Apple Green mat. Wrap ribbon around this piece about 1″ or so from the bottom and tie a knot (or bow) near the left side edge and secure in place. Adhere only the overlap part of this piece to the front right panel ensuring it is evenly spaced between the top and bottom of the card base. Make sure you glue only the part that will be overlapping so you don’t accidentally glue the card closed.

TIP: A couple of glue dots will help keep the ribbon in place and is less messy than adding glue to the back of the ribbon

Using the 2nd largest scallop contours die, die cut your inside greeting piece. I have to say I love how the scalloped edge also has a stitch line around the paper for added interest.

Once you have cut that out, you can stamp your greeting and adhere to the inside of your card, centering it with your DSP.

TIP: The stitching around the scalloped edge also makes for a great guide if you wanted to use this die as a mat on another project.

Now to decorate the front. I first die cut the Granny Apple Green Mat from the Painted Labels dies. I then Punched out a circle from my 2″ circle punch (retiring) and stamped my greeting from the Colour and Contours stamp set and adhered it to the mat. I added dimmensionals to the back and positioned it to the right front panel.

I stamped three floral images from the same stamp set, first the coloured floral background and then the more pronounced floral outline in a contrasting colour. For the green flower I used Lemon Lime twist (retired) for the background and the floral outline in Granny Apple Green. For the Yellow flowers I used So Saffron for the background and Daffofil Delight for the floral outline. I also stamped just the floral outline twice, for the inside of the card. I stamped one in Magenta Madness and one in Daffodil Delight. I die cut the flowers and adhered them to the front and the inside of the card. I love these flower images and can see myself using them a lot. Your card is now finished but before I put everything away I also stamped my envelope in the bottom corner and on the flap line in the back (like a stamped seal).

TIP: When cutting out images, if you don’t like that little bit of white around the image, take a sponge dauber and lightly sponge around the edge in the coordinating colour to hide it. You could also just run a blender pen around the edge as well but I prefer the sponge method when I do it.

Supplies required

  • Granny Apple Green card stock
    • 11″ x 4 1/4″ – Card base
    • 4 1/4″ x 3 1/4″ – Front Mat
    • 3 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ – Greeting mat
  • Basic White card stock
    • 4 3/4″ x 3 1/2″ – Inside card
    • 2 1/2″ x 2 1/1″ – Greeting
    • Scrap paper for stamping floral images
  • Pattern Party Designer Series Paper
    • 4″ x 2 5/8″ – Left Flap front (Pattern A)
    • 5 1/4″ x 4″ – Inside (Pattern A)
    • 4″ x 3″ – Right Flap front (Pattern B)
  • Stamp set – Colour and Contour – Sentiment and flowers
  • Scallop contours Dies – Inside greeting
  • Painted Labels Dies – Front mat
  • Ribbon – Magenta Madness (retiring May 3)
  • 2″ Circle Punch (Retiring May 3)

Now to share some news with you

First of off, this is just a reminder that the Last Chance products will be disappearing on May 3rd or as they sell out. After that, they are gone for good.

Existing bundled savings of 10% could also disappear as new bundles are introduced. This is just one example; This lovely bundle includes all sorts of folliage stamps and dies to enhance your cards or paper projects.

Although The Forever Fern stamp and Die bundle (savings of 10%) is carried over into the new catalogue, they will be sold separately so that savings will be lost.

So that being said, if you want to purchase one of the many bundles available, do so before May 3rd so you don’t loose out on the 10% savings. You can visit my online store to see all the bundles by clicking here. Today is the last day to use my April host code 69DMREB2 when placing an order and you will automatically be entered into my April Draw. I will have a new host code on May 1 which will be posted on my blog

You already know the new 2021-2022 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog sales period starts May 4.  I cannot wait to get my hands on a few of them to try them out. My wish list is long and grows every time I flip though my catalogue.

May it also a fabulous time to join my team of “Canadian Stampers” as a demonstrator. Whether you just want to craft as a hobby or start a home business, that choice is yours. You will still enjoy all the benefits of being a demonstrator. New team members get even MORE FREE products in their customizable Starter Kit. From May 4- May 31, new team members can choose $206.00 worth of products for just $135.00. That is an additional $71.00 of new products. What a way to stock up on all the new Stampin’ Up! crafting supplies. You will also get free shipping and free business supplies plus you will be able to join in on all the fun of being Stampin’ Up! demonstrator. When you receive your started kit, it will feel like Christmas morning!

By purchasing the Starter Kit, there is no obligation to purchase anything more, no requirement to sell or hold events/parties, and no penalty if you decide to stop being a demonstrator, so what is stopping you?

For just $135.00 – Additional benefits

  • A new demonstrator can select $206.00 worth of Stampin’ Up! products (during the May promotion)
  • You will save/earn 20% (or more) on all your future orders.
  • Your Starter Kit also includes a FREE past Paper Pumpkin kit. 
  • Enjoy more Stampin’ Rewards when you are your own “Host/Hostess!” – the best of both worlds.
  • Free catalogs!
  • Opportunities to preview and pre-order new products before they are released to the public.
  • In addition to the amazing added value to your Starter Kit, when you join Stampin’ Up! you get to be a part of our amazing community of crafters.
  • You get to enjoy sharing simple and fun crafting experiences with others, early access to products, and exclusive access to training events.
  • Enjoy demonstrator perks throughout the calendar quarter you sign up in, AND an additional full calendar quarter with no obligation to sell/purchase anything more beyond the starter kit! To enjoy the perks longer, submit $300 in sales/purchases each calendar quarter (that is just $100/month) to stay active.
  • As part of my team, I will support you 100% of the time with your crafting and/or home business

NEW May Host Promotion; Connect, Craft & Collect. When you host a minimum $200 party between May 4 and June 14, you’ll get an additional $25 in Stampin’ Rewards. We all like Free right? You can have fun with friends, do some crafting, and get more product FREE with your Stampin’ Rewards! There are even special stamps just for hosts. You can hold your party at your house, or online – whatever is easiest for you. Crafting is a great way to socialize together.

You can even use your Stampin’ Rewards toward a starter kit if you choose to take advantage of the Join+ Promotion. Contact me to create your own personal host code and schedule a party.

If you don’t want to host a party, no problem, Stampin’ Rewards are available to those who place individual orders that meet the order totals as well.

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Fancy Fold Friday – Eclipse Card

Happy Friday! I hope you are enjoying a wonderful day. Today I want to show you this adorable card. It’s an eclipse card which carries over your stamped design and provides some added interest to your card front. I also couldn’t resist using the new In-Color 2021-2023 colours again. To me, they are absolutely lovely. What better way to show them off with this lovely card.

To Make this card

Take your card base and score it at 4 1/4″ on the long side. Fold and crease with your bone folder and set aside for now.

For the card front.

Stamp your images as you would normally. I love these flowers from the Colour and Contour stamp set (13 stamps) which is a stamp set from the new annual catalogue, available May 4th. It can be purchased separately but it also comes as a bundle with 8 dies including 5 scalloped rectangles, a border die and two flower dies.

For this card, I used the Pale Papaya, Polished Pink and Fresh Freesia for the flowers. I then stamped the leaves in Soft succulent and sponged a little colour on the leaves. The background “spots” are also part of this stamp set.

Once you are happy with your design, place your Layering ovals (retiring) over your design taking care to ensure it is evenly spaced and that the stamped image overlaps all three layers. I used a little washi tape to hold it in place, then cut it out using my cut & emboss machine.

Once you have cut out the layers, you’ll have your base front, an oval frame and the oval center.

Go ahead and adhere the base to the Soft Succulent mat. Don’t adhere the centre just yet. I also stamped my sentiment from the same stamp set, to the bottom corner in Evening Evergreen.

TIP: The ovals could also be replaced with circle, square or rectangle dies as well, for a different look.

Now, on the back of your frame, wrap a foam adhesive strip around the frame. These double sided strips are similar to dimmensionals but come in long strips so they are very versatile for all sorts of projects.

No I didn’t make a mistake and put it on the front. I stamped it first but wasn’t happy with it so I just turned it over and redid it. It happens! Remove the backing and line up the frame with your stamped image on the card front and press gently. Once you have done that you can line up and adhere the center piece with your stamped images. Stamp and adhere the card stock for the inside of the card. Since I am not sure what I want to do with that yet, I left the inside blank for the time being.

I added a Bumble Bee trinket to the front of the card as well, just because they are so cute. They are also in the new catalogue. How cute is this finished card? I love how this card is just so cheerful looking. Who wouldn’t love to receive it.

I loved this card so much that I decided to make another using the Layering circles dies (not retiring). I also decided to create a larger frame this time.

I stamped my images and sentiment from the Prized Peony Stamp set, masking the flowers as I went and coloured the images using the same colours. The card base is Gray Ganite.

I have to say, although I am pleased with the result, I think I prefer the Oval frame over the circle frame. Maybe it’s just the width of the frame, not sure.

Supplies used

  • Evening Evergreen card stock
    • 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ card base
  • Soft Succulent card stock
    • 5 1/4″ x 4″ – card front mat
  • Basic White Card Stock
    • 5″ x 3 3/4″ – card front
    • 5 1/4″ x 4″ – Inside card
  • Stamp Set – Colour & Contour
  • Ink Pads
    • Fresh Freesia – Flower
    • Pale Papaya – Flower
    • Polished Pink – Flower
    • Soft Succulent – Leaves
    • Evening Evergreen – Sentiment
  • Bumble Bee Trinkets
  • Dies – Layering Ovals (retiring soon)

Both the clearance items and the Last chance products are selling out fast and time is running out. Once the new catalogue goes live on May 3th, most of these items will no longer be available so check it out while there is still time. To visit my online store, click here. Please use my April host code 69DMREB2 when placing an order so you will automatically be entered in my monthly draw.

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As always, I welcome your feedback and so please leave a comment.  I invite you to try your hand at making this card and I would love to see a picture of your creation.   

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In the meantime, Happy Crafting

Sue


Fancy Fold Friday – Pansy Gift Card Holder

Happy Friday everyone, It’s a rainy day today so it’s a great time to stay home and try your hand at making this lovely card. I was inspired by Catherine Sanders card from “Always IMPRESSing Stampers” and thought I would make one up to share with you. It’s not exactly the same design but similar. I love how you can take one card design and CASE it to make it your own unique version.

CASE = copy and share everything (give credit to the originator; they will appreciate it)

This card is using the new Pansy Petals Stamp/Die bundle which can be found on page 29 in the new annual Catalogue from Stampin’ Up! I have to tell you, this suite of products is absolutely gorgeous. The stamp set includes 23 stamps including 6 sentiments and the dies can be used to cut out stamped flower images but they also can be used to cut out both large and small flowers and leaves from the coordinating Designer Series Paper. I love that!

So let’s get started.

To make this card

Take your card base and score on the long side at 2 1/2″ and again at 6 1/2″. Fold the card stock towards each other at the score lines and give them a good crease with your bone folder.

Go ahead and adhere the two Designer Series Paper panels to the outside of your folded card. It should look like this.

Now turn your card around so that it is in landscape position. The smaller panel is the bottom of your card

Once you have done that, add some glue along the outer edges of the bottom panel and fold up to the inside of the card. This creates your card holder pocket.

Stamp your sentiment for the inside greeting towards the top, and insert to make sure it fits. If it’s a little tight, you can trim it down a little. Set aside for now.

To make the front greeting, die cut the shape from the Painted Labels die, then stamp your greeting. This is such a versatile card, any greeting will work. I used the greeting from the Pansy Petals stamp set. Now add glue to the back of your greeting, but only to the top half. Position your greeting so it overlaps the bottom panel, pressing down to ensure it sticks. Can you see my error? The greeting isn’t exactly straight on the card, I’ll have to fix that.

Now to decorate your card.

Using the Pansy Petals dies, cut out your flowers and leaves from the Designer Series paper. Adhere 1 large and two small pansies around the greeting, adding your leaves as well because flowers and leaves just go together right? Option: Add dimmensionals to one or two of the flowers to make it stand out a little more. In hindsight, I should have done that

TIP: Take care that your flowers and leaves do not fall below the folded top panel or they will show the other side of the DSP when you open the card.

Take your card insert out and decorate it with flowers and leaves around your greeting. Don’t use dimmensionals on the inside so your card insert slides in and out easily and your card doesn’t become too bulky

In my example, I made this a Mother’s Day card, using the sentiment from the Inspiring Iris Stamp set (retiring soon) but the insert could easily be changed to a birthday card with a gift card tucked into the pocket.

In Catherine’s design, she used the Scalloped Control dies (also in new catalogue) for both her front greeting and the inside greeting. It gives the card a prettier look with the scalloped edging all around it. I didn’t have this set at the time, so made do with what I had. It’s what we do all the time right? I missed those on my pre-order but they have since been ordered and I should receive them next week. Something to look forward to.

Supplies required

  • Blackberry Bliss card stock – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ – Card base
  • Basic White card stock
    • 4 3/4″ x 3 1/2″ – Inside card
    • 4″ x 2 3/4″ — Greeting
  • Pansy Petals Designer Series Paper
    • 5 1/4″ x 2 1/4″ – Top
    • 5 1/4″ x 1 3/4″ – Bottom
    • Pansy cut outs for the flower decorations.
      • 1 Large Pansy and 4 small pansies
      • 6 leaves
  • Die – Painted Labels
  • Stamp/Dies – Pansy Petals
  • Ink Pad – Blackberry Bliss
  • Liquid Multipurpose Glue
May Paper Pumpkin Kit

Have you ever wondered what these kits include? Well this month’s Paper Pumpkin kit contains enough supplies to create 9 cards—3 each of 3 designs—and coordinating envelopes. The all-inclusive kit includes printed card bases, die-cut paper pieces, embellishments, adhesive, and more! 

It even comes with the official bubble gum of the MLB—a ballpark favorite! You can chew while you craft or slide a piece into a card as an added surprise.

In addition to this catch of a kit, we have one more way you can become an all-star. The Paper Pumpkin SUBSCRIBE-A-THON!

The Paper Pumpkin SUBSCRIBE-A-THON goes into effect May 7th and lasts just 3 days or while supplies last. Paper Pumpkin has a LIMITED SUPPLY of Batter Up! kits to offer at this special SUBSCRIBE-A-THON rate. New subscribers (only) can steal the Batter Up! Paper Pumpkin Kit at an un-bat-able deal for just $7.00 CAD! It’s a great time to pick up a kit and see what it’s all about. You can cancel or suspend your subscription at any time without penalty. (I love that!)

This promotion price will only apply to new month-to-month subscriptions; prepaid subscriptions are not eligible for the discount. To subscribe and get this kit for $7.00, click here between May 7 and May 10th only so mark your calendars or you could miss out! Once 7 May hits, new subscribers need to enter the code HOMERUN0521 before the sale ends to receive this special introductory price!

Check out the video from Paper Pumpkin, by clicking here

While staying at home, it’s makes a fun project for the entire family so give it a try.


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Fancy Fold Friday – Hinged Card

Hi Everyone, Are you loving the warmer weather? I am happy to say goodbye to winter and looking forward to spring & summer. With that in mind I want to show you a spring fancy fold card I made for Mother’s Day.

This is a lovely card featuring the Welcoming Window stamp set which is in the new annual Catalogue. I cannot wait to play with this set some more.

The Welcoming Window Stamp set has all sorts of possibilities to create some beautiful cards and the dies coordinate beautifully.

I cannot wait to play with this set some more.

To make this card

Take your card base and score at 4 1/4″. Fold and crease with your bone folder to create a nice crisp crease line. You should have a 1″ gap on the front of the card.

Adhere the DSP to the folded card front and set aside for now

Using the dies, cut out the two parts of the Flap or hinge. I used the 2nd largest die for the Terracotta matting and the 3rd largest die for the white portion from the Free as a Bird Bundle.

Score the Terracotta piece at 3 1/4″ and cut the white piece at 3″

It should look like this

Now go ahead and stamp your image and sentiment on the white portion of the hinge. I love how the stamp set, aligned the leaves and flowers perfectly to make a lovely bouquet. The vase is also part of this stamp set. Once completed, adhere the white piece to the matting, making sure the white is lined up with the score line on the Terracotta piece.

Stamp any images or sentiments you want for the inside of the card. Once you have completed that, turn it over and adhere the flap piece to the back, making sure the score line is lined up with the edge of the inside piece and the flap easily folds over towards the front. Adhere to the inside of your card base.

I added a butterfly to the inside and a few gems to the top corner for some added interest, when the card is closed.

You could also add some ribbon or any other embellishments you have on hand.

Your card is finished and how easy was that?

This type of card could be made for any occasion and stands up beautifully on a desk top.

Below is a birthday card I made using the same method.

I used the Way to Goat Stamp set for this card and the Seaside Spray cardstock (retiring May 3, 2021) for this card.

The Card front DSP is from the Dandy Garden Designer Series paper package which is not retiring.

I love these silly goats and their personality makes for fun cards for any occasion. I am so glad they aren’t retiring just yet.

Supplied used

I’ve used a number of products that will be retiring May 3rd to make this card.

The Last chance Products sale is selling out fast. Once these products sell out, they will be gone for good and ALL retiring products will disappear after May 3rd. If you want to see all the products retiring, visit my online store by clicking here and click on Sales & Specials at the top of the page. Not everything is reduced in price but many items are, so you can take advantage of the sales. If you need any stamping supplies and live in Canada, I would love to be your Demonstrator.

My current host code for April is 69DMREB2. Use this host code for any orders up to $200.00 and you will automatically be entered into my monthly draw for a free gift. If your order is over $200.00, you don’t have to add the code and you will still be entered into the monthly draw.


Time is running out

With the recent lock down happening because of covid, now is a great time to subscribe to Paper Pumpkin. The April kit includes everything you need to make 12 cards and it’s designed with kids in mind. This kit also includes stickers for the kids and together, it makes for a fun activity of card making as a family. What better way to stay in touch but to mail out those cards to friends, school mates, and family members. Can you imagine their surprise when they receive a card for no reason but to say “Hello, I am thinking of you” To receive this kit, subscribe by April 10th (that’s tomorrow) and you’ll be crafting in no time. Just click here to subscribe. You are under no obligation and can cancel, without penalty, at any time


I hope you have enjoyed this post, please like and follow my blog to see future posts. As always, I welcome your feedback and so please leave a comment.  I invite you to try your hand at making this card and I would love to see a picture of your creation.   

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