It’s Fancy Folds galore at our Around the World on Wednesday Blog Hop this month. If it’s your first time with us, we are a group from around the world who love sharing all things Stampin’ Up! We hop on the 2nd Wednesday of each month and at the time this hop goes live, it’s some time between 12am to 10pm on Wednesday around the world.
Corner Flip Card
With so many Fancy Folds to choose from, I really didn’t have a favourite. However, I chose a simple design with a creative opening. The Corner Flip Card is so easy to make and involves two slits that form an L shape which, when flipped, create the interesting corner.
I’m making this card on my weekly Creative Escape tonight and it will be up on my YouTube channel tomorrow. I will post the link on here so you can see how it’s made.
I used the beautiful Pansy suite to create this card. The Vellum doily has been coloured with Light Soft Suede Stampin’ Blends to coordinate.
Part of this challenge was to create a Fancy Fold which we had never tried before. Now, I have seen several Neverending or Infinity Cards but it has been on my ‘must try’ list. So this was the ideal opportunity. I got so carried away with the Snail Mail Suite that I forgot I needed to use In-Colours! Oh well…I hope you enjoy it anyway!
This card is made with 4 panels of cardstock 7cm x 14cm. Each one is scored on the long side at 3.5cm on either side. The diagram below shows the assembly of the panels. Once you glue all the panels together, you will have a 14cm x 14cm square.
The card then keeps flipping outwards to reveal many layers and surprises.
I think this another video tutorial which will have to be made in the days to come so keep your eyes peeled!
Next on our hop is the amazing Cheryll Miller. Click on the Next button to see her beautiful project and please follow the hop right through for lots of fun inspiration.
Jan Clothier – NZ
Leonie Stuart – AU
Rochelle Laird-Smith – AU (you are here)
Cheryll Miller – AU
Melissa Gifford – AU
Danielle Kassing – NL
Pia Gephardt – DE
Aurélie Fabre – FR
Mikaela Titheridge – UK
Tina Zinck – CA
Annette Ball – CA
Angie McKenzie – US
Wendy Lee – US
Shel Anderson – CA
Chris Smith – US
Brenda Nelson – CA
Tricia Butts – US
Elaine de Montmorency – CA
Teri West – US
Cheryl Hamilton – US
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Product List Corner Flip Card
Product List Neverending Card
Hello and welcome to Stamping Flair in Melbourne. I’m glad you are here and if it’s your first time here, I hope you find lots of inspiration to keep you coming back.
Today,I’m blog hopping with my demonstrator friends from the ESAD Facebook Group. We are sharing projects which will be farewelling products from the 2020-2021 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalogue.
I’ve chosen the Seaside Notions stamp set and combined it with retiring and current product to create this beachy card. Every time there is a nautical or beachy stamp set, I always ‘need that’. So I’ve collected these stamp sets (a bit like collecting shells!).
The centre label was die cut with the Stitched Nested Labels Dies from one of the note cards in the Sweet Little Valentines Cards & More. This is one of the hidden gems in the current Mini Catalogue. The cards are printed on the front and back so you can stretch this out by cutting them in half to get more . You can see some other cards I made using this mini card pack here.
I stamped the sea horse and shells in Saddle Brown Stazon ink on Fluid 100 Watercolour paper. Then using Water Painters, they were coloured with Pool Party, Coastal Cabana and Calypso Coral.
For the background I used the Emboss Resist Technique, heat embossing some of the coral with White Embossing Powder. Then I lightly blended some Coastal Cabana and Calypso Coral over this, rubbing back over the image with a tissue to show up the embossing.
The sentiment was stamped on the other half of the notecard in the pack.
I hope you’ve enjoyed what I shared and are inspired to work with some (or all) of these products. Make sure you go around the hop as you will enjoy lots of beautiful creations. As you go around, please leave us a comment as we value your feedback.
Next on our hop is Narelle Sim. Click on the arrow below to view her lovely project.
- Sue Vine
- Rochelle Laird- Smith – you are here
- Narelle Sim
- Nicole Wilson
- Narelle Fasulo
- Monique Fielder
- Lou Kitzelman
- Cathy Pinchbeck
- Sharni Haines
- Cheryl Algie
- Jackie Aitken
- Tracy Held
- Tanya Rees
- Denise Buetler
- Maree McIntosh
- Rochelle Blok
- Mandy Depiazzi
Many of these products are still available in the store however, as retiring products are only available while stocks last, you need to be quick to grab your favourites.
Welcome to our New at SU Blog Hop where pur projects are featuring products from the January – June Mini Catalogue.
I have opened a new bundle for this blog hop – Ride the Range. When I first saw this in the catalogue I knew I had to have it. I just love all the farm, country style stamps. However, with so many beautiful products to play with, I’ve not had a chance to enjoy this set.
I started by scoring a piece of Sahara Sand cardstock at 1/2″ and 1″ intervals. Then flipped the cardstock over so the opposite side of the scored lines were showing. Using my Cinnamon Cider ink pad, I ran the ink pad directly down the cardstock to create some wood-look streaks.
I used a combination of greens with Blending Brushes to create the grass which I adhered to a piece of Pool Party cardstock. This was then die cut with the circle die.
Now, I don’t use Cinnamon Cider as a card base much, as I find it a little heavy but I love the combination with Pool Party. I think everything works with Pool Party, don’t you? I stamped the sentiment on a piece of leftover cardstock from the grass which created a lovely ombre look.
Thank you for taking the time to stop by my blog. I hope this inspires you to take a look at this bundle which makes great guy cards. Combine it with the Hey Chick and Hey Birthday Chick bundles for a whole farmyard of animals!
Click on the Next button to keep following through our hop.
De Kijkkast: Brushed Blooms
Chase & Main: Handsomely Suited
Sugar & Scraps: Ice Cream Corner
Tricia’s Stamping Creations: Springtime Joy
Lilypad Stamper: Art Gallery
Carterie Plus: In Bloom Bundle
Creative Juice by Loni: Shark Frenzy
Mamie & Papyrus: Kangaroo & Co.
24/7 Inkspiration: Dandy Garden Suite
Stampin’ Xime: Hydrangea Haven
Stampin’ Scrapper: Hydrangea Hill Suite
Stamping Flair: Ride the Range – you are here
Playing with Papercrafting: Simply Succulents
Stamping with the Copper Cropper: Hydrangea HillStampinMak: Snailed It
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Hello and welcome to Stamping Flair in Melbourne. I’m so glad you have stopped by my blog today. We’ve got lots of fun inspiration with our Fancy Fold theme.
I’ve got a lovely Fancy Fold card to share with you. It’s easy to create and looks great. We’re saying goodbye to Sale-A-Bration today so I gave the Paper Blooms Designer Series Paper a grand send off on this card.
As soon as I saw this Fancy Fold on Satomi Wellard’s blog I knew I wanted to recreate it. It’s a variation of a Gatefold Card and so pretty.
A4 Card base – 29.6cm x 21cm
Score at 7cm and 14cm from left and right (on the long side)
DSP 6.6cm x 20.6cm – 6 pieces (4 pieces in 1 design and 2 pieces in a coordinating design)
Once you get all your folds it’s a matter of adding Designer Series Paper as you like to decorate it. The Paper Blooms DSP is a free product which you can earn with a $90 order – but this offer ends today!
To attach the centre image which holds the ‘gates’ together, I added 3 Stampin’ Dimensionals right in the centre Seaside Spray panel (the part not covered by DSP). This allows the folds to tuck in nicely under the circle. The inner circle and leaves were die cut from one of the sheets of DSP which has circles on it (I did tell you I made maximum use of the DSP). I have just got the Pierced Blooms bundle and I’m loving the detail on it.
One thing you do need to pay attention to when adding all the beautiful flowers and leaves, that you only attach it to the circle. I got caught up in decorating and attached it to the flap and realized just in time that this wouldn’t allow the card to open!
I hope you’ve enjoyed this Fancy Fold and give it a try. I’d love to hear how you like it in the comments.
Next on our hop is Donna Coffman. Click on the Next button to follow through and see all our amazing Fancy Folds.
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Beautiful Designer Series Paper that we all love – what do you do with all those scraps? I’ve got a fun card layout that uses Designer Series Paper scraps and creates beautiful cards. I’m using the gorgeous Berry Delightful DSP on my cards today. This paper is part of the Berry Blessings bundle and you can only earn it free with a $180 order until 28th February.
You need 4 pieces of 4cm x 4cm squares. That’s nice and easy 4x4x4! Then round 2 of the corners with the Detailed Trio punch. I mounted each of these pieces onto the card with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
An embossed white panel creates a simple and effective background for our quick and easy card. The sentiment from the Itty Bitty Birthdays stamp set has been punched out with the Classic Label Punch which is one of my favourites for creating really quick sentiments.
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I’ve made no secret of my love affair with the Darling Donkeys stamp set – so cute so I just had to share some fun cards with this on my Creative Escape on Wednesday night.
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