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Hey there! I have another "fun-fold" card for you today! This time I used the Peachy Keen stamp set, On Film Framelit Dies, and I Am Me Designer Series Paper.


I used the smaller "film" die from the On Film Framelits to cut the Basic Gray cardstock frame, then inserted the Real Red-stamped "HELLO FRIEND" inside. I cut the Real Red arrow with another die from the set, then cut and embossed the camera with Silver Foil Paper.


On the flip-side, I stamped the tile-like stamp with Real Red, then stamped "HIP HIP HORRAY"  from Hip Notes with Basic Gray ink, and "happy birthday" from Teeny Tiny Wishes with Real Red ink.


Up-close you can see the fine detail from the camera die in the On Film Framelit Dies!

The Peachy Keen stamp set has a camera stamp, but it doesn't exactly match the die, so I inked the camera die with my Real Red Stampin' Write Marker before cutting the Whisper White cardstock. It transferred the ink nicely, but I decided to go with the Silver Foil camera instead.

That's all for now. My hubby came down with this flu that has been going around, so I prepped for my next two classes like crazy today so I can take time to be sick if I have to! Please keep your fingers crossed that I don't get it!

You can order supplies to make this fun card by clicking HERE.

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!


All products used are ©Stampin'Up!™1990-2014


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Jackie Bultje

What is the name of this type of fold? Could you share the measurements? Love your card!!

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