Wednesday, December 22, 2021


Today's card is another fun fold that uses the Bloom Where You're Planted Designer Series Paper Collection.

I'm not sure what this particular fun fold is called but it certainly has a lot of folds.  Few pieces, but a lot of folds!  Because of all the folds it was challenging to photograph because it did not want to lay flat.

The above photo give you a better idea of the number of folds on the base card.  I count four!  it's a great way to show off your designer series paper because you can use as many different designs as you like.  I used a different design from the Bloom Where You're Planted collection for each panel.  One of my favorite things about Stampin' Up! is the coordinating of products that they provide.  It's makes it easy to figure out what goes together.   Even the various designs in a designer series paper collection are color coordinated.  So, I choose 5 different designs from the same pack and adhered a different one to each of the panels.

Here you see the Cinnamon Cider brick, a woodgrain panel, a panel with lots of pots, a foliage panel and the potted plants panel for the largest area.

This fun fold also includes a small separate 3" x 3" card (6" x 3" scored at 3") that folds in the opposite direction over the four narrow panels.  The matted Basic White panel on the right provides additional space for a handwritten note, and I just added a little strip of the brick designer paper to tie it all in.

The potted plant on the front was fussy cut from a scrap of the potted plant design paper.

I am running low on Thank You cards so used the Thank You sentiment from Love of Leaves. It was small and fit perfectly.  That is the only stamping on this card!  

What do you think?  I know I am always looking for designs that will showcase my designer series paper, and this one is a winner in my book.  It allows me to show off a lot of it!

The other great thing about this card is that the supply list is short.  So, if you are a new stamper and don't have a lot of "stuff", this is a great way to start paper crafting.  I've listed the list of products below, and you can see how little is required.

Product List

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