Wednesday, November 3, 2021


I'm sharing another card today made with the Eden's Garden Suite of Products.  These Products are now available for purchase on my Stampin' Up! store.

Today's card is a Triple Slider card and is another new fancy fold that I learned at the recent retreat I attended.  I love learning new techniques and ideas, and I love being able to share them with you! 

The above image shows the card as you start to slide it open.  The center panel slides to the right and the top and bottom panels slide to the left.

You are getting more pictures than words today because as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words -- maybe not in the world of Blogger algorithms, but pictures certainly are better to show how this fancy fold card opens.  Isn't this an interesting fancy fold?

I used the Eden's Garden products again today, and today, you also get to see a few of the  dies that are part of this bundle.  Isn't this gold foil border die-cut a pretty way to highlight the "Hello There" sentiment?  I love the font used for this Sentiment.  Pretty script fonts that are easy to read are some of my favorites!

The triple-slider card base is made with Soft Succulent, one of my favorite colors from the 2021 - 2023 In-Colors.  A couple of sprigs of Evening Evergreen foliage, made with the coordinating Eden Dies provide a nice accent as they peek out from behind the framed sentiment.  The little gold bow and Brushed Metallic dots provide a pretty finishing touch that brings out the gold in the Ever Eden Designer Series Paper.

Of course, the inside of the card cannot be forgotten!

The gold foil border at the bottom was made with another die from Eden Dies, and the foliage in the upper left corner was stamped with Evening Evergreen ink and a stamp from Eden's Garden.

What do you think of today's Fancy Fold?  Would you like to try to make a card like this?  I have a free tutorial available that provides you with all the dimensions and step-by-step directions to create this card.  How about giving it a try?  It's not as difficult as it looks!  Leave a comment to let me know how it turned out.

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