Welcome to the new Cardz 4 Galz challenge, #170!  I’m hosting this challenge, and I chose fun folds for the theme.  I am always looking for new fun folds to try, and I’d love to see your fun folds in the gallery!  I hope this post, and the posts from the other design team members, inspires you to play along with us!  

Once again, I turned to JanB’s YouTube videos for my inspiration.  I have a colleague who hasn’t purchased a store-bought card in the 3+ years he’s been at the school, and I needed an Easter card for him to give his parents.  While this may look complicated, it really isn’t, and we will keep that our secret. 

I followed right along with JanB’s video and here’s my fun fold card:

If you click on the link for Jan B’s video, you will see that I used Hand-Penned Petals DSP, just as she did.  I used all the same measurements that are given in the video.  I even put a scalloped circle on the back of the inside of the card, just like JanB.

One Difference:

The only layout difference is that I added a layer under the focal image on the front, as seen below:


If anything was “tricky” about this card, it was this part.  

Here’s how I did it:

  • First, I stamped two images on pieces of scrap white cardstock.
  • Next, I stamped the flowers and leaves on one image only. In order to coordinate with the DSP, I used Highland Heather and Mint Macaron stamp pads.
  • Then, I cropped the image using the coordinating die set.
  • Thankfully, I have plenty of removable tape, and used that to align the colored image with the uncolored image. This allowed me to crop both the images at once using a layering circle die.
  • After that, all I needed to do was put dimensionals under the colored image and adhere the two pieces.

After I Finished this Post:

Right before I was ready to schedule this post, I thought I needed to add some bling to this card.  So, I grabbed the coordinating genial gems and added one to the center of each of the flowers in the pull-out part of the card.  Here’s pictures of my new and, hopefully, improved card:


Thank you very much for stopping by my blog today! I hope you will play along with this fun fold challenge!

Have a Peachy Day!


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