Tuesday, September 1, 2009

September Stamp of the Month Blog Hop Artwork

This is my submission for the Stamp of the Month Artwork.  What a fun set!  I used glitter on these flowers and the centers of the little sprays are our new sparkles.  This was a fun and easy card to make!  Below is the card laying flat.
The picture below shows the card standing up and slightly opened.  Colors used in this project are Indian Corn, Olive, Smokey Plum, and White Daisy inks.  The base of the card  is Indian Corn Blue and also in the color scheme is Bamboo.  I also used a Sizzix Die.
Below is the inside of the card.  The printed paper is from the Bella Level II Paper Kit.
To make this card, you start with the base of 4" x 12".  Score the card at 3.5" and 7".  Fold mountain folds on the scores and then bring the two folds together creating a valley fold between them (this actually is at 5.25" if you prefer to score and then crease).  Crease the valley fold.  Now, just decorate the inside.  Wasn't that easy? 
Now, to continue on your way on the blog hop, see the list below or click here to HOP on over to Cindie's blog.  Click the next person in the list after me (I've marked my site "You Are Here" in RED).

10 comments:

Cibele Glazer said...

What a beautiful card. I love the way it opens. TFS.

Maricar said...

What a creative "shape" for a card! I love it! And, the way you decorated the inside makes the card that much more awesome!

Pamela O'Connor said...

Lovely!

Sheila Bennett said...

Really like the unique fold of your card, and the little butterfly inside is a fun touch.

Carla said...

Great card!! Very creative!

Linda Shewchuk said...

the card is great... like the "stitching" around as well

Karen said...

Neat card! very pretty

Cindy said...

What a great card! I love unusually folded cards....great work!

Jena said...

Beautiful! TFS!

Haley D. said...

What a cool card!

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