Yes, this is my third fancy fold card in less than a week. I couldn't help but make another fancy fold...it is too much fun. :) This time, I made a birthday gift card holder.
The card is easy to make: cut 12" x 12" ivory card stock to 4" wide. Score "down" at 4.5", 5.5" and 10". Flip the paper over and score at 5". That is the basic shape of the card...told you it was easy! I wanted to add some shape to the flap so I die cut the flap using Spellbinders' Labels Twenty. Here is a shocker to you all so I hope you are sitting down while you read this next statement- I did not use any other die sets on this card.
A piece of seam binding was cut and assembled onto the card back. Brown patterned paper from the same pad was cut to size and assembled over the seam binding.
The inside is more of this pretty paper- one was adhered to a green base and another was cut smaller and applied to a pink base. The smaller cut paper had tape only applied to three sides so that a gift card could be inserted.
Hope you enjoyed this quick and sweet birthday gift card holder. :)
Thanks so much for stopping by and have a great day!
This card is entered into the following challenges:
Cuttin and Stamping, Birthday
Sister Act, AG
Stamping for the weekend, AG
Crafting By Design, Birthday
Crafty Hazelnuts patterned paper, AG
613 Avenue, AG
Crafty Girls, AG
Simon Says Stamp, Monday AG