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Fancy Fold card with Lots of Labels

Hello Crafters,

Today I am featuring the Lots of Labels framelits to create this Fancy Fold card inspired by Dawn Griffith. I love to try different fancy folds and this one we did in my class on Saturday and the ladies loved it, although at first took fright wondering if it was going to be difficult to create!

Fancy Fold Card using Stampin' Up! Blooms & Wishes stamp set, Birthday Blossoms stamp set & Delightful Daisy DSP by Kate Morgan, Independent Demonstrator Australia DIY

I’m also using my favourite Designer Series paper, Delightful Daisy. #cutitnothoardit

Fancy Fold Card using Stampin' Up!s Blooms & Wishes stamp set, Birthday Blossoms stamp set & Delightful Daisy DSP by Kate Morgan, Independent Demonstrator Australia

I added a piece of ribbon to the left of the label die, which is an addition to the original creator. I just thought it helped show that is where to pull to open this style of card.

Fancy Fold Card using Stampin' Up!s Blooms & Wishes stamp set, Birthday Blossoms stamp set & Delightful Daisy DSP by Kate Morgan, Independent Demonstrator Australia DIY

Here it is open!

If you want to see how to create this, visit Dawn’s YouTube video here

What do you think of my version of this fancy fold card?

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