Yesterday I shared the Concertina Card that I made for my daughter’s 21st. Today I wanted to share with you this special little booklet I made. Of course using the You’re A Peach Designer Series Paper.
It was just a little booklet with some inspirational sentiments for her.
It’s small in size and tied up with some Pale Papaya ribbon. The peach is cut from the You’re A Peach paper.
When you open it there is a little concertina piece. I have held it down here in the photo with the Bone Folder so I could take the photo.
Folding out the strip of card there is a special sentiment on each section. I used a number of different stamp sets for the sentiments and for the images.
This was really fun to create (and made from the heart to my gorgeous girl).
I will share the dimensions for it another time. I only have them in metric at the moment.
Hope you like it.
Hope your week is going ok wherever you are in the world. Thanks for visiting me and take care.
It’s a dilemma isn’t it?? The gorgeous Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Paper has such lovely prints on both sides so what side do you choose?? This card I have for you today shows off both sides! It is so easy too.
This card fold is known as a Collar card. There are other names for it too.
Here is the card I created. I have used the You’re A Peach Designer Series Paper. Isn’t it sweet??
I have a video showing you how to create it. Check it below. It is on Youtube now too.
Here is another version of the card with a different print from the You’re A Peach DSP.
I would love to see your card too if you get to make one. Drop it to me by email at jghayward@jenhayward
Want to grab some of that pretty You’re A Peach DSP orneed any other supplies?? If you are in Australia you can head to my store -> HERE. Please use the Host Code: SN2FPKZB
Don’t forget it’s Sale-A-Bration time so pick up your choice of free product with your qualifying order from the Sale-A-Bration selection. Lots of lovely picks there.
Or contact me directly on 0439 844574 or by email and I can help you with placing your order.
For today’s video I brought out an older card design that I haven’t made for sometime. I was reminded of it recently when I was going through some old cards.
It’s a Zig-Zag style card and I have used the lovely Delicate Dahlias stamp set available as a Free choice for Sale-A-Bration with orders over $180 AUD. I have all the measurements below but check the video to see how to put it together.
Here is the card from different angles.
This is the back of the card.
Check the video out.
MEASUREMENTS TO CREATE YOUR OWN ZIG ZAG DAHLIA CARD
(Please check the imperial measurements but I am fairly certain these are correct for your card sizes)
Base: 2@ 10.5cm x 14.8cm 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″
Mat (outside): 9.5cm x 13.8cm 4″ x 5 1/4″
White Card: 9.1cm x 13.4cm 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″
Mat (inside): 2@ 7.5cm x 10.3cm 3 1/2″ x 3 5/8″
White card strip: 29.8cm x 7.1cm Score at 9.9cm and 19.8cm
10 1/2″ x 3 3/8″ Score at 3 1/2″ and 7″
I hope you get to create one. Let me know how it goes.
Today’s Friday Flicks is a Fun Fold creating a Single Step card. I couldn’t help but use the new Butterfly Brilliance bundle – Oh! and the gorgeous Butterfly Bijou Designer Series Paper.
I have made this fold before quite some time ago. It is still re-pinned so many times on Pinterest and many people head back to my blog to see it. I thought it would be good to freshen it up. You can see the original card -> HERE.
Check out the card. It is a bit hard to capture it in photos. It folds up easily to mail too.
I have the measurements for the card and all the different pieces further below. They are available in Metric and Imperial.
Here is the video which is now on Youtube. (Have you subscribed to my channel yet?)
If you are receiving this blog post update via email the video may not show. Click on the title above and it should take you to the blog post.
Here are the measurements.
SIDE STEP FUN FOLD CARD
** Cut card to 28cm x 10.5cm (11″ x 4 1/4″)
On the long side score at 3.2cm, 6.3cm, 10.8cm 15.2cm and 21cm (1 1/4″, 2 1/2″, 4 1/4″, 6″ and 8 1/4″)
For back panel piece: Cut card 10.5cm x 10.5cm (4 1/4″ x 4 1/4″)
** The mat pieces are:
Back mat piece – 10.1cm x 10.1cm (4 1/8″ x 4 1/8″) DSP piece 9.7cm x 9.7cm (4″ x 4″)
Middle mat piece – 10.1cm x 4.1cm (4 1/8″ x 1 5/8″) DSP piece 9.7cm x 3.7cm (4″ x 1 1/2″)
Front mat piece – 10.1cm x 2.8cm (4 1/8″ x 1 1/4″) DSP piece 9.7cm x 2.4cm (4″ x 1″)
** To fold the card:
With the narrowest scored section on the left end start folding it concertina style. On the score lines fold into a mountain fold, then next one a valley fold, then a mountain fold, then a valley fold, then a mountain fold.
This is the folded piece from the previous project just to show you how it is folded.
I hope you get to make one of these fun cards. They really are super easy.
If you are in Australia and need any supplies for your creating, head over to my store -> HERE
Be sure to grab that Butterfly Bijou paper. This paper is only for a limited time.
Friday Flicks.I have a fun card for you in today’s video. This video is a replay from my Facebook Live on Wednesday. I created a Pop Out Swing Card with the Hey Birthday Chick Bundle. I have made a few of these over the years and I love making them. It has been a while so thought I would pull it out again and freshen it up.
Here is the card for you first.
Check it out on the video. (If you are receiving this via email then the video may not show. Head to the blog post by clicking on the title above or head to Youtube).
It is now also uploaded to Youtube -> HERE. (Have you subscribed to my Youtube channel yet. I’m shooting for 200 subscribers by the end of the month so head on over there) 🙂
MAKE YOUR OWN POP OUT SWING CARD
The video will show you the details. I will give you general details and measurements below.
Base card is a standard size card. Designer Series paper is 4mm (1/8″) smaller. I used the Balmy Blue pattern in the Subtles pack New demonstrators receive free in Sale-A-Bration. (They will receive a pack from each Colour Collection. 200 6″x6″ in total valued at $100)
I used the Layering Squares Dies for the window cut-out. You can use a circle or rectangle also if you wish.
The inside White card measures. 15.2cm x 12.8cm (6″ x 5″). Score at 5cm and 10cm. (2″ and 4″). Adhere to the inside of the card with the white card in the folded position. ONLY place adhesive on the back of the right hand section. Centre it inside the card to the right and at the top and bottom. Close up the card and adhere the square panel in through the window to adhere to the white bi-folded card. Only place adhesive on the back on the right hand section.
Check out the Hey Chick or the Hey Birthday Chick Bundles. They both have the cute chicks and dies that co-ordinate with each one.
In Australia? You can now order them in my store -> HERE. Please use the Host code: DMT9KWPQ
Or contact me directly on 0439 844574 and I will help you with your order.
Hope you get to make a Pull Out Swing Card. They are fun.
I can’t resist those little Darling Donkeys. They are just the cutest don’t you think?? 🙂
Today’s card and video is this fun fold card. I called it a Part Flap Fold card. I’m not sure really the exact name of it. I have seen a few different names. But anyway it is so easy and such a fun card to make.
Here is the inside of the card.
Watch the video below. (If you are receiving this Blog Post via email the video may not show us so click on the Blog title above to go straight to post so you can check it out.
I will share the measurements further below to make your own.
MAKE YOUR OWN PART FLAP FOLD CARD
Card Base: 14.8cm x 21cm Scored at 10.5cm 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ Scored at 4 1/4″
Flower and Field Designer Series Paper: 14.4cm x 9.7 cm 5 3/8″ x 4″ Cut off 3.1cm 1 1/4″ off from the right hand edge.
White card: 1 piece @ 6.5cm x 9.4cm 2 1/2″ x 3 3/4″ (Front panel)
1 piece @ 14.4cm x 10.1cm 5 3/8″ x 4 1/8″ (inside)
Also Bumblebee card piece diecut with the larger rectangle from the Stitched So Sweetly Die. (if you don’t have these dies cut a card mat slightly larger than the White front panel card piece).
After scoring the card base in the centre as indicated above also score in from the right hand edge at 3.5cm or 1 3/8″.
TIP: When adhering the front panel piece (Bumblebee rectangle and white stamped piece), be sure to just place adhesive down the centre on the back of the piece.
Did you know this Darling Donkeys stamp set is a free choice for Sale-A-Bration. You have got to love that right?? 🙂
In Australia, you can choose this with your qualifying orders over $90.
You can place your order in my store -> HEREand just remember to select your Sale-A-Bration choice before checkout.
Or, you can contact me directly and I can place your order for you.
Welcome to today’s Blog Hop with some of the ESAD Demonstrators. We are focusing on the new January – June Mini Catalogue and the Sale-A-Bration. Woo Hoo! Who is excited! I can’t wait to start sharing with these amazing products.
You might have come from Odette’s blog -> HERE or just starting with me. That’s ok. Join in and hop around.
Just first off – What is ESAD??
For my project today I couldn’t resist the Darling Donkeys stamp set. How cute is it??? This is a free choice for Sale-A-Bration this year.
The card is a Pull Tab Flap Fold. It’s really quite easy – and fun! I think I need to make more of these type of cards.
Firstly the front of the card with the cute donkey.
Pull the tab and it opens to another sweet donkey.
Inside the card I added some white card to write on – and another donkey.
All the donkeys were stamped in Black Memento ink and coloured with the Stampin’ Blends.
The Designer Series Paper panel on the front is from the Flower and Field pack also a free choice for Sale-A-Bration.
Want to make one of these cards yourself?
I will add the measurements just below in Metric and Imperial. Rather than recreating a video of putting the card together you can check out Lisa’s video here. She explains it so well. View it -> HERE.
PULL TAB FLAP CARD
Base Card: 21cm x 14.8cm score at 10.5cm 5 ½” x 8 ½” score at 4 ¼”
Card for Tab Pull: 5cm x 15cm score at 5cm, 6.2cm 2″ x 6″ score at 2″, 2 1/2″
Card Mat: 12.8cm x 8.5cm 3 ¾” x 5”
Designer Series Paper: 12.4cm x 8.1cm 3 ½” x 4 ¾”
White card for inside: 10.1cm x 14.4cm 4” x 5 ¼”
Scrap card for stamping and small card squares
Continue on the Hop. You can head to Wendy’s Blog -> HERE or click on the arrow below.
Happy Hopping. Be sure to check out the Catalogues and Sale-A-Bration too. You will love it!
Last week we had a Team Recognition Day for the Inky Fingers Team I am in. It was a lovely day of creating together especially as we hadn’t been able to meet together for so long. We chatted and created and were recognised for our achievements this year.
This was all the lovelies in our team who attended the day.
Clare our DDM (Demonstrator Manager for Australia) was there. It is always so lovely to see her bubbly self. 🙂 This is also with Sarah one of my team members who came along too. It was so great to share that with her.
Vanessa our team leader gave some of us a little gift. There were particular requirements to attend the day and those who achieved the requirements TWICE received this gift box with some special ribbon and embellishments. I was so honoured to receive one.
The boxes are the Mini Paper Pumpkin boxes.Isn’t it gorgeous!
Below are the swaps I received. I didn’t make any swaps. We only found out the day before and I really didn’t have time to get anything together but people were so lovely to share some of their swaps with me.
This is a little bar of soap in the little cellophane bags. It is a lovely idea instead of chocolate.
This one is created with the Dove of Hope stamp set with the World Map Dies. I love how these co-ordinate together.
This is a little treat bag. Another lovely gift. It’s a great size for a mini chocolate.
This card below was created by my friend Leonie. It’s the cutest mini Pop-Up card using the Warm and Toasty stamp set. The sentiment is from Itty Bitty Christmas.
The little tree inside is from the Most Wonderful Time stamp set.
Stop by tomorrow and I will share the cutest little gift box and mini cards we made as our projects.