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Happy Birthday Sean

March 20, 2018

My Son-in law celebrated his birthday on Sunday and although he had to work, I hope he had a great day.  I created a Joy Fold card for him following the tutorial I found at Splitcoaststampers.  The tutorial is easy to follow and you can adjust the size of the panels to suit the images you are using.  I cut my card bases from Basic Gray card and adhered the blue striped designer series paper from the Bubble and Fizz Designer Series paper (available free while Sale-a-bration lasts) to the inside of the card.  I embossed a piece of Whisper White card using the Basic Polka Dot Embossing Folder and attached it to the small panel on the left of the card front.  I attached another piece of the Bubble and Fizz Designer Series paper to the flap that folds on the right hand side.  I cut Basic Gray card using the Happy Birthday Thinlit Die and attached it over the designer series paper.  I stamped the party whistle from the Picture Perfect Birthday stamp set onto Whisper White card using Bermuda Bay and Basic Gray ink and the images and cut it out.  The whistle is attached to the Whisper White panel using a mini dimensional on each end.  This whistle is what holds the card closed.  Inside the card, I added a Whisper White card panel so that I could write a message and on the small left hand flap I created a pocket to hold some money for Sean to spend on whatever he wants.  This is a fun fold to make and really very easy.  I recommend you give it a try.

Bye for now,

Kris

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