Saturday, April 26, 2008

Trifold card

This week's technique on Splitcoaststampers group was this tri-fold card so I had to give it a go!

It is really very simple and I changed a few bits around - for instance, I dont have the band going right around the card as Beate has done. It was fun to use the new Stampin' Up! corner rounder punch for the scalloped edge too - I really like this shape way better than the last one.

Love love the star punches too as you probably have gathered by now LOL. AND that new double stitched in colour ribbon - yum!!! Can you see the little man in the stars?? That is my little grandson who will be one very soon LOL!!!

Card: Brilliant Blue, Wild Wasabi, Whisper White and Pumpkin Pie and DS Designer paper Jersey Shore [love it!]
Ink: Pumpkin Pie, Wild Wasabi, Brilliant Blue
Stamps: All In The Family, Nursery Necessities and Its Your Birthday - [wording]
Punches: 3/4 inch circle punch
1/4 square punch
corner rounder punch
large and small star punches

I have some new Stampin' Up! catalogues left if anyone would like me to send them one - they are $10 plus postage!!

8 comments:

Karen said...

Welllllllll what can I say - I JUST LOVE IT!! Its so bright and cheery! I so have to do one tomorrow!! lol

Karen

Leigh said...

Yep, a winner again Jean. Think I'll have to start using some bright cardstock too.

Karen Robinson said...

That's gorgeous Jean! Love the colours! BTW You've been tagged! Check my blog for the details! Karen

Kylie said...

Wonderful Jean, love the colours you used!
Take Care XX

Debbie M said...

As usual just gorgeous - love the colours! so very bright and cheerful - love the little man in the stars!

Debbie M

Chantelle said...

I love this card, Jean. So nice and bright. I saw this challenge and have been meaning to try it as well. Will have to do that now I've seen your stunning creation. Will have to put the star punches on my wish list as well!!

JJ'S CARD N CRAFT said...

Love your colours so bright, makes for a happy ocassion any time. The star punches are really nice too, there's so much to use in creating!

Kim said...

Wow Jean I love this one too!!!