Here is how this card is folded :
Take a rectangle piece of paper (landscape layout),score it in half and unfold it again .
Then from the bottom upwards you measure 1/3 of the total width, score and fold and unfold again.
Cut the horizontal score line from the left side all the way to the middle of your paper.
Fold the 2 small part again towards the back and close your card.
Now you have an extra little flap on the front of your card and one for a pocket on the back of your card
That is if you close it on the side... ( see extra photo's )
The PP's that I used are from HOTP 3221 : Stripes,Checks & Dots.
The images are from an old Decoupage sheet from WEKABO798.
Used dies from Marianne Design :
LR0202 flap on the front.
LR0234 frame and LR0241 for the sentiment (stamp)
LR0235 frame for text
On the back you see also a label from Magnolia for writing a personal message .
The inside of my card is embellished with embroidery and beats.
Now for the iron part...
I used an iron Dummy, button brads and on the label some circular clips.
Date: Thursday, July 11, 2013 GMT Views: 1971
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Registered: July 27, 2007 Location: Dublin, Ireland Posts: 79097
Thu, Jul 11, 2013 @ 10:36 AM
I'm glad somebody has used a spiral clip :D. I always love to see them on other people's cards even though I never seem to be able to use them myself. What a special card this is, inside (and back!) as well as the front.
Registered: August 18, 2012 Location: Canada Posts: 136
Thu, Jul 11, 2013 @ 4:21 PM
How on earth can anyone make such a beautiful card? I am seriously in awe of the layout, colors. image and sentiments.
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