As promised in yesterday’s post, I’ve re-created the card from Georgia and created a PDF tutorial. My past several posts have included a series of “firsts” for me. Mini Slimline cards have become a welcome addition to my card making menu and today is my first 5″ x 7″ card.
This card is a fun fold with a pop up surprise. Once you cut the cardstock and patterned paper layers, the design comes together quickly. I added lots of images to the PDF so it would be easy for you to see it come together. There’s a sentiment layer on the front card panel that anchors the diamond pattern created by the layered squares. On the back panel of the card is a Basic White card layer to add a personal note.
Click the button below to download the PDF. I hope you enjoy re-creating this card.
The link to the video below is for an A2 version of this card.
The link to the project sheet below is for the dimensions for the A-2 size card.
So, download the PDF, pull out your favorite patterned paper, cut some layers and create something fun!
…the only limitation is your imagination!
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Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing.
I have just found this on Pinterest. Thank you for the PDF. Wonderfully clear instructions. I shall be trying it!
So beautiful thank you. May I purchase a new Stampin up catalog!?! I have not seen a new one for a while!!!
Linn, thank you so very much for taking the time to comment. I do appreciate your kind words. I will send you an email shortly regarding purchasing a catalog.
Such a pretty card, so generous of you to provide a PDF as well….. thank you
Thank you, Cindy! I’m glad you enjoyed the tutorials.
Debbie, what cardstock (design) did you use for this card?
Hi Joyce, this is the Friendly Hello Designer Series Paper. It was a free Sale-A-Bration product about 2 years ago. The cardstock color is Pool Party. Hope this helps you.
A beautifull card with such detailed instructions. Cant wait to make it.
Thank you, Ann. My pleasure! I know you’ll enjoy putting it together. The design works with so many stamps and dies.