Here are the cards I am case-ing.
I know how vague that sounds but let me explain. I wanted to use the brown from the top left card, the plane & sentiment from the bag & the label from the bottom card.
I was looking for a project for my stamp club ladies & stumbled across a Partial Die Cut Label Closure card on Pinterest. It was based on one originally by Linda Heller & was perfect for what I was trying to achieve. I also wanted to incorporate the World Traveller embossing folder & show the technique of inking up the folder when embossing.
Here is what I came up with:
The card opens like this. I wanted to cover the hole the partial label cut made so I layered a piece of Very Vanilla over the top. I also covered the back with another piece of Sahara Sand card stock. (I'm a bit OCD)
I used the Happy Birthday from Guy Greetings for the inside. You could leave it blank as the label flap covers this area. Creating this type of card involves only partially cutting the Label framelits 1" in from the right-hand edge to create a flap. I also scored this flap so it folds easier, but you don't really need to.
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That's a tricky card, Tricia. I bet your class loved it too. You've used a great selection of techniques to showcase the little bi-plane.ReplyDelete
Wow the combination of the Going Global paper and folder are fantastic with the plane!! Thank you for the inspiration!! Great card.ReplyDelete
What a fabulous masculine card, Tricia and I love the partial label die cut. Will have to give that a try.ReplyDelete
I love cards with different folds and your's is fabulous!! Great boy card!!ReplyDelete
Great fancy fold Tricia! It's always nice to see new ideas, especially when they include some masculine design too!ReplyDelete
The inspiration you have taken from each sample combine to create an awesome card, Tricia. Love the colours & your clever fold! Must try it. TFS :)ReplyDelete
I always like to be inspired by different fancy fold cards and you have not disappointed me today. Love the embossing folder with this stamp set, it just goes so well together.ReplyDelete
Get card Tricia, it's good to see lots of masculine cards and yours is a great way to showcase new techniques with a class, love itReplyDelete
Love a good card fold! Thanks for sharing the deets.ReplyDelete