November 29, 2018

Timeless Tidings With a Twist

Hello and Happy Thursday my friends! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog this morning. I have a fun project I want to share with you using the Timeless Tidings stamp set. It's a fun fold that has been around for a long time that seems to have faded off the card making radar and I thought this was a great time to resurrect it. It's called a Twist and Fold card and it's so easy to make.
To recreate this card, all you need is a half sheet of cardstock measuring 4 1/4" x 11" scored on the diagonal from one corner to the opposite corner and fold. Use your bone folder to make a nice crease. Then, where the "natural v" shape forms, score and fold in the center of the "v". This creates the shape of the card. I then cut a piece of Festive Farmhouse DSP 4" x 10 1/2" and instead of scoring and folding, I cut it on the diagonal then turned it onto itself as though I were going to fold it up (just like I did for the card base) and where the natural "v" formed, I cut it in the center.
I then attached each of the pieces to the coordinating angles on the card base using Snail adhesive. I then stamped the sentiment from Timeless Tidings, in Cherry Cobbler ink onto some scrap Whisper White and punched it out using the Pretty Label punch. I punched out a circle from a scrap piece of Grey Granite using the 1 3/4" Circle punch and attached the sentiment and added it to the card front using Stampin' Dimensionals. I then tied a double bow using the Cherry Cobbler Bakers Twine from the Festive Farmhouse Collection and attached it to the card using a Mini Glue Dot. The folds of this card create a pocket on the front of the card and on the inside, perfect for a gift card or money

I hope you enjoyed today's card share and I again thank you for stopping by, your support means the world to me.
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