Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Drapery Fold card - a 3rd version

This is the 3rd version of the drapery (or curtain) fold card that I have found.  A video of this was made by by a UK Demonstrator here

This was the most fun one for me, and I love the DSP I chose.  The double drapery fold made using these bold bright colored stripes from Festive Birthday DSP makes a striking card.

The base card is Tempting Turquoise, layered with Whisper White.

The completed drapery fold is centered on this Whisper White layer.  From the remnants of the DSP cut off to make this fold, a 1" circle punch was used to punch 2 circles.  Each of these circles were cut in half, and the other side of the DSP was used to make interesting corner decorations.  Each circle was placed corner side in with the cut edge meeting the corner of the card.  After this was dry, the extra paper was cut off.  A rhinestone was placed on each of these corner pieces.

A 1" strip of Crushed Curry with the ends snipped to form a banner, was placed across the middle of the fold with dimensionals.  The sentiment, from "Rose Wonder" was stamped in Crushed Curry, while the frame was stamped with Black Memento.  After cutting it out, the edges were sponged and then it was adhered to the banner with dimensionals.  A row of rhinesones were placed under the sentiment.

Supplies Used:
Stamps: Rose Wonder
Inks: Black Memento, Crushed Curry
Papers: Tempting Turquoise, Whisper White, Festive Birthday DSP, Crushed Curry
Accessories: Rhinestones, dimensionals.

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