Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Another, but different, drapery fold

Yesterday I posted a double drapery fold card featuring the Fresh Fruit DSP. While I was researching tutorials for that fold, I discovered that there were several different forms of what are referred to as drapery folds.
So today I made a card using a different drapery fold and featuring the Blooms and Bliss DSP. Below it is the drapery fold referred to as the double drapery fold. 

The base of oday's card is Sweet Sugarplum card stock. The folded DSP is adhered to that.  To make this version of the drapery fold I used a video by Tami White

Before adhering the completed fold to the card front, the sentiment was added.  It was stamped on Whisper White, die cut using the ovals framelits and layered with Blushing Bride

After adhering the drapery fold to the card front, a 1/2" strip of Blushing Bride was adhered to the top, and embellishments added.

Flowers from the stamp set "Blooms & Wishes" were stamped and cut out.  After sponging the edges, they were added to the top of the card using glue dots.

The sentiment was stamped with Black Memento, die cut with the layering ovals framelits and adhered to the lower card using dimensionals.  A row of rhinestones were added below the sentiment.

Supplies Used: 
Stamp:Blooms and Wishes
Inks: Black Memento, Blushing Bride, Sweet Sugarplum, Rish Razzellberry, Mint Macaron
Papers: Sweet Sugarplum, Whisper White, Blooms & Bliss DSP, Blushing Bride
Accessories: Layering oval framelits, Rhinestones, dimensionals

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