Sunday, February 5, 2012

Floral fancy fold



Hi everyone, hope you're having a wonderful weekend.
It's 80 degrees here in Central FL today, Love it!!
I was so enamored of this napkin fold card I made two of them. Actually, this was the first one I folded and started punching the edges with the Martha Stewart double arches punch around the page set....one must be careful of the thickness of the card stock one chooses...LOL! Took awhile to finish the edges, so I switched and worked on the Hearts a Flutter card.  Again, I've taken several pics to try to show the various layers and elements of this type of card. All that's left is to add a sentiment and mail to some lucky person.


 (partial open)

The blue triangles were embossed and lightly brushed with cement Versafine ink.



 (full open)


The inside panels were faux stitched using the Cutterbee Bug and a black Micron pen.

 

And finally, a close up of the flowers. The metal ones are made out of a thin sheet of tin inked with copper StayzOn, music was stamped with Iris StayzOn. The top right flower was inked with Rusty Hinge distress ink, sprayed with copper Liquid Pearls Mists and Sunflower Mists, then the edges were distressed with a bit of vintage photo. The leaves and brackets are: Bella Rose and a fern punch.

You can find the tutorial links for this napkin fold card on my Hearts a Flutter post, here.

Thanks for stopping by, enjoy the rest of the weekend.
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6 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness this is incredible!!! I love this napkin fold and then to do all that edge punching so precisely too... WOW!!!! Love the flowers...and all the leaves, boughs, etc. This is just a real WOW card!!! Enjoy your 80 degree weather... it hasn't been real nice in NC today... 40's and foggy and/or drizzling all day. Have a great week!
    hugs,
    Grace

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  2. Nan,

    Please allow me to return the compliment on your blog.

    WOW!! Your cards are remarkable! How cool is the napkin fold card! Ingenious to use the MS edge punches. Gives it a beautiful lacy touch. Great job Nan! They are amazing!

    Jim

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  3. This is a gorgeous creation!!! Love love love those metal flowers too!!

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  4. Thank you for the info on the magnets for my dies, very helpful but so far the poster board is working. Love your cards.

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  5. Nan, this is absolutely gorgeous. I love those flowers and all the special details you have added to this project.

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  6. Wow, wow, WOW!!! What a great card and I LOVE all the flowers and extra touches.

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