November 8, 2022

Fun Folds featuring Fitting Florets Collection

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Hey friends 
I know this is my second post for the day, but I'm trying to play catch up this week, so watch for one more tomorrow to bring me up to day, and the final card on Friday.

This whole week I am focusing on the beautiful Fitting Floret's Collection by Stampin' Up! I LOVE this collection of product. But the thing is, you need to act fairly fast to get the additional stamp set and the gorgeous DSP. Those are only available for a limited time only. 

So today's card is a fun fold I found and wanted to try. This one is SO Cool. 
Fitting Florets funfold
So, for this card...I got a little over zealous during my FB Live and trimmed my card- totally messing up the sizing...So, I'm going to give you all the measurements HERE! So for those of you watching, my apologies, but follow these directions.

Night of Navy Card panel 4-1/4" x 5-1/2"; large enough scrap to die cut Oval shape 
Basic White 4-1/8" x 11" Scored at 2-3/4" turn to the other end and score at 2-7/8" and scrap for stamping
Balmy Blue large enough to cut Oval frame
Fitting Florets DSP cut 2-1/2" x 4" and 2-3/4" x 4"

inside funfold
And that's all there is to it. Really not a difficult fun fold as long as  you stick to the plan and don't try to change things up without thinking the WHOLE thing through lol. I guess this falls under the, "do as I say, not as I do" category lol.

Anyhoo, I hope you'll give it a try. I would love to see your results. Be sure to post them over in the VIP for all to see and ooh and's a thing over there.

Happy Stamping!

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