I don’t usually make fold cards, but I might start making more of them since I finally got the hang of how to line up the die with my paper and how to FOLD it. I’m glad A2Z made me try.
I have to tell you it came out so much better than I imaged it. How did that happen? On with the show.
Close-up of my fold card
I think it was the monotone blue on this deep black background that made this so special. I will be leaving this on my desk for awhile to remind me to try new things and be an inspiration. You can see Arlene at A Bit of This and That.
Please join us in this month’s “Fun Folds” challenge for your chance at a free digital stamp set AND, if you used Hero Arts or Sugartree Stamps, a $20 gift card to our etsy store. Our current monthly challenge can always be found in the menu bar, and runs from the 1st to last day of the month
The a2z scrapbooking store carries a wide variety of Hero Arts products as well as a nice selection of digital stamps! Get discounted new releases, sales, grab bags & more. Proceeds from our store benefit Celiac & Behcets disease foundations. Use my discount code Arlene15 to get 15% off your purchase of $25 or more. If you’re looking for a Hero Arts product you don’t see in store, use the Request Custom Order button from with-in the shop.
- Hero Arts Gingerbread House Stamp and Cut at A2Z Scrapbooking (houses & sentiment)
- Hero Arts Tree-Mendous Digital Kit at A2Z Scrapbooking
- The Stamp Doctor Spellbinders Side step Card Die
- Elizabeth Craft Designs Igloo die – the post with the sentiment sticking up from the snow
- Elizabeth Craft Designs Adventure Edges – snowy hills
- Elizabeth Craft Designs 4th of July – stars
- Copic markers B0000, B21, B91 & B95
- Vagabond die cut machine