feminine, Flowers, Mother's Day, Stampin' Up!

Circle Fancy Fold card

Dear Crafters,

Today I have a circle fold card. I had seen one on a Facebook page that I am a member of, but there were no instructions, so I went about creating my own.

I started by die cutting the large scallop circle framelit from Lost Lagoon card stock and folding it in half. Then I die cut a smaller circle from the 2014-2016 In Colour DSP stack.


I then die cut smaller circles again out of Lost Lagoon and Whisper White and adhered these together and then onto the bottom fold of the card.

The next step was die cutting all the leaves and flowers using the Botanical Builder Framelits with Lost Lagoon, Mint Macaron, Blushing Bride and So Saffron card stock, glued them together. I added some with dimensionals.

Lastly, I added Wink of Stella to the centres of the flowers, I think you can see it in the photos?! I also added some basic pearls to 2 of the smaller flowers.


Isn’t this different? I love trying new things and not just our usual A5 cards all the time, but it still fits into our C6 envelopes….bonus!

And here is another one I made in black, white and the brights!


What do you think?

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