Friday, August 5, 2011

Love your Kraft Funky Fold

Hello everyone todays card was designed for Victorine Originals using their beautiful sentiment stamp.
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For the shape of my card I used the Funk Fold technique and I have a few video's on this HERE! Love this fold for my card :) I also have a video on the measurement I did for the inside piece. On this one I added a border along the bottom to create a pocket for the scalloped circle journal pieces. I love this idea too. I used these for my moms Birthday card and it was super fun adding more writing to each of the circles :)
I used Really Reasonable Ribbon for my card, a mix of flowers & Buttons. My border pieces were cut with Heartfelt Creations Decorative Lace Die cut.
Thank you for looking and have a lovely day!
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angelique (anlou) said...

hiya sweetie
again such a gorgeous card
i just love the shape, and made it one's, but not so pretty as your hunni
have a great time sweetie
hugs angelique

Sandra said...

This is amazing, the shape is beautiful and the layout well what more can l say other than its absolotely beautiful you should be proud of yours creations they are wonderful:) Sandra H

Carol (Gingerbeary8) said...

Oooo that is pretty Cheryl. I love the colors on this and that fantastic die cut....wowie I am going to have to check that out for sure. Love your beautiful work!!!

Bear Hugs,

MD said...

waouh superbe

Sande said...

WOw WoW wOw Cheryl! What a fabulous card!! Love the colors and the layout!

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See you there!

Hugs, Sande xxx

heaven4333 said...

Very pretty Cheryl, how do you
make that shape?