Monday, November 8, 2021

Warmest Holiday Wishes - POTW

Hi everyone!

It's my turn to share a Pick of the Week at The House that Stamps Built

My plate is full to overflowing this month, so my project is a quick and easy fold...hope you enjoy it!

The Repeat Impressions Stamps that I used for this card are:  

This fold is so simple.

Start with a piece of cardstock that measures 5.5" x 8.25" and score at 1 1/8" and 5.25".

Cut a piece of patterned paper to 2.75" x 5.25"
Cut another piece of coordinating patterned paper to 1" x 5.25"
For the inside of card, cut a white panel measuring 2.75" x 5.25"

Adhere them into place as shown.  Stamp a sentiment on the top of the larger panel. Stamp another sentiment on the same color as your card base, and mat with one of your patterned papers. Adhere the far right edge of the sentiment strip to the bottom right, and use a velcro fastener on the left side. Voila! A pretty card with a fun fold!

Well, hope you'll give this a try! 

Grab those RI stamps and give this a try!
 For this week only (December 8 - December14th), get 20% off the stamps used in my creation above when you use the coupon code POTW11821.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Hugs and blessings,
Patti J.


Verna Angerhofer said...

I love it...such a wonderful wintery design for Christmas!

Cheryl W said...

This is such a beautiful card, and I love the idea of the velcro closure. Sometimes these gatefold cards are hard to keep shut, but the velcro will definitely solve that problem.

Beth Norman-Roberts said...

So beautiful. The first glance at this card had me in awe. These colours are so very beautiful, soft, and elegant. I love the fold and thank you for the added tutorial. Big hugs. Bethie

Lynette said...

What a great style card, Patti, and such lovely colors and images!

*Vicki* said...

What a stunning card fold design and such beautiful images! Love the peaceful look of those trees! Nicely done my friend!

Glittered Paws said...

What a pretty card - and great tutorial. The papers are simply stunning that you used. I think this will be one I can make several of for Allen.