Tuesday, November 22, 2011

My Pink Stamper November Design Team Project

Welcome everyone to My Pink Stamper's November Design team post. Today I want to dedicate this post & card to Christy, Robyn's sister who just lost her boyfriend of 6 years. Please keep their family in your thoughts and prayers!!! If you would like to send a card to her family click HERE for more info. 

Now this month all of us Pink Designer's challenge was to create a unique card fold, use our Cricut and use one or more of My Pink Stamper October NEW Release Stamps. Today I created a Triange Tri-Fold Card, it was a super simple card to create. For complete directions I used to create this card click HERE for the You Tube tutorial or click HERE for the written directions. I then cut the paisley from Straight From The Nest Cricut Cartridge at 1.8" and used My Pink Stamper's brand new stamp set Sympathy & Comfort that you can now order, click HERE for her retailers.

Details and Material Used:
  • Triange Tri-Fold Card - 3 1/2" x 10 1/2" (Score at 3.5" & 7")
  • Score Diagonally from top corner on each end to create a diagonal fold.
  • 1st Layer - 3 1/4" (Cut Diagonally)
  • 2nd Layer - 3"
  • 3rd Layer - 2 3/4"
  • Paisley cut at 1.8" -  Straight From The Nest Cartridge
  • Paper - Card Stock by Recollections & Pattern Paper from Cosmo Cricket
  • My Pink Stamper Brand NEW Stamp Set - Sympathy & Comfort
  • Ink- Stampin Up
  • Gems - Joanns
  • Black Pen - Creative Memories
  • Ribbon - Walmart
  • Adhesive - Atg, Zip 2-Way & Pop Dots
Don't forget to hop on over to Robyn, My Pink Stamper's blog to check out all the other amazing projects the rest of the Pink Designers created this month! Don't forget to leave some love for Robyn also!!
Thank you so much for stopping by today. Big Hugs to Robyn and her Family!!


Meesh said...

Ooh, I've never seen a Triangle Tri-Fold card! It's BEAUTIFUL! Christy & her boyfriend's family are in my prayers!


flowerdisco said...

another great fold i need to try. very pretty of a card. did you stamp first and then embossed? i can't tell. but whatever way you did it it looks awesome on the embossing. TFS!

Missy said...

This is so pretty Cristi! Your card looks so elegant, and the sentiment tops it off. I am sure Christy will be touched by it!

abusybee - DoubleClick Connections said...

Nice card, great design!

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