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Memorable Bridge Fold

June 24, 2021

Yesterday in my Facebook Live, I shared my method for creating a Bridge Fold card. You will find all the instructions on the video with photos of my templates and examples. For today’s card, I used Thick Basic White to create the card base and added pieces of the Expressions in Ink Designer Series Paper across all the panels, including the bridge.

I inked the palm tree image from the Timeless Tropical stamp set using Early Espresso and Just Jade Stampin’ Write Markers and stamped onto Basic White card. I stamped the hibiscus flower from the same stamp set onto Basic White card using Polished Pink ink. I stamped the frangipani flower from the Timeless Tropical stamp set three times onto Basic White card using Pale Papaya ink.

I cut out all of the images using the co-ordinating In The Tropics Die. I attached the palm trees to the card first and then layered on the hibiscus and two frangipani flowers. I stamped the greeting from the Timeless Tropical stamp set onto Basic White card using Polished Pink ink and punched it out using the Double Oval Punch. The greeting is attached to the right hand side of the card so that the left portion floats. I attached the last frangipani to Basic White card which I attached to the back of the card to give me somewhere to write a message. Since this card folds flat, it will fit into a standard envelope.

I haven’t made one of these cards in a while but I have been having a lot of fun creating them. I have one more to share with you tomorrow.

Bye for now,

Kris

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