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Friday, January 28, 2022

Tri Point Card

Hi and welcome to my blog. I have been on a roll this week making cards. I saw this fun fold card and wanted to make it right away. It looks hard to make but it is really easy! I am entering this into the Butterfly Challenge. Here is the link to their challenge and how to make the card. I used all the colors for the challenge. I could not find any patterned paper in ALL the paper I have that had the colors so I made my own. I took a piece of floral resist watercolor paper from a paper pad and brushed the different colors over it. (tickle me pink. tea green, thistle and tan) I really enjoyed making this type card.

Stamp:  Butterfly Kisses - BoBunny

Dies:  Layered Ovals - Sizzix
Word Set 1 - Karen Burniston

Paper:  Resist Paper - Recollections
Embossing Folder:  Basket Weave - We R Memory Keepers

Thans so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!

Challenges entered: 

Butterfly Challenge:  Challenge #165
Pammies Inky Pinkies:  Anything Goes 2204
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge:  Anything Goes


Conniecrafter said...

Wow that is Gorgeous, love your embossed background and great way to use the colors by blending your own! That is quite the fancy card!

Mrs A. said...

Hello April, welcome to the butterfly challenge. I am so impressed that not finding any paper in your stash you went and created your own using the colours on the wheel. The effect is stunning. Thankyou for coming and playing in the butterfly garden with me. I hope you will come again. A heads up that the next challenge will really suit you!!. hugs Mrs A.

Beth Norman-Roberts said...

So very beautiful. I love the colours--so unique. This card looks tricky. Very pretty.

Diana Moriel said...

What a stunning, elegant and beautiful card, not having the desired paper didn't stop you from creating a wonderful card!

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