Succulent Garden Special Fold

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Check out this M fold Mothers Day card using the Succulent Garden designer series paper.  Oh so pretty!  I love a special fold card for those special occasions!

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Here's the inside!  I love how this design really showcases the designer series paper and creates a keepsake that will be proudly displayed on someones desk for a long time to come!  This card was inspired by one created by Cathy Irwin Seal. 

 

I love the new Powder Pink color and the coordinating designer series paper stack – be sure and add it to your wish list for the 2017 Annual Catalog!  Oh and the Daisy Delight bundle too!

In case you missed them on the video, here are the measurements;

  • Cardbase 5 1/2" x 11"
  • Score at 1 1/4", 4" and 6 3/4"

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8 Comments

  1. Hi,
    I have fallen in love with both cards you made from a swap with another stamper. It is sooo cute and it looks like it isn’t too hard to make. I’ll be trying to make some similar cards for Mother’s Day. If you know who made the blue one, tell her it’s darling.
    Always, Marsha

  2. Love the card and your video is so easy to follow There is one problem, your video says the last score measurement is 6 1/4 and the written measurement is 6 3/4. After trying both I’m sure the video measurement is wrong. It is 6 3/4.

  3. Hi BJ,
    According to your instructions my card base should be 5 1/2 x 11.
    But, if I score at 1 1/4, 4 and 6 3/4 that = 12
    I am a little confused! 🙁 Sorry
    Please help,
    Thank You, Pam >i<

  4. Pam, all your score mark measurements start at 0. You’re confusing yourself by adding them. So you put the edge of your cardstock at each measurement number she gave you. Hope that helps, Heidi

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