Monday, December 3, 2012

Hostess Monday at Digital Delights

Today is my day for Hostess Monday at Digital Delights and I have a really fun card to share with you.  Now this "little" baby is huge and I think would be a perfect way to send holiday greetings to family members  and share a photo on the inside.
Now I cannot take credit for this fun fold, I did follow a tutorial on You Tube by Dawn Griffith.  Let me present the Napkin Fold card....

So here's the front of it.  It is held together by a belly band that I am not too happy with, but I don't have a printer that will print 12 inches in length.  Is there even such a beast?  Anyway, movin' on...

So this view is the belly band removed.

Then as you start to unfold it, you get to reveal the surprise inside!  Isn't this cute?!  This is a lot of folds and a lot of triangles and so cute.  So I included an image from the Snowie Set here, but this is where I think it would be super cute to include a photo to share.  This is made from a 12x12 piece of paper as the base.  I also printed two different digi papers, Sparkle & Magic and Sail Away digi papers to dress up the white base.

And then fully opened, as I said you can either include a photo or as I did, the Snowie and write a greeting.  I hope you like it and it inspires you to try something a little different.  Oh, I almost forgot, the sentiment is from A Touch of Christmas.

Have a fabulous day and thank you for allowing me to share a project with you.

Image:  Snowie Set, A Touch of Christmas
Paper:  Sparkle & Magic, Sail Away digi paper packs
Cardstock:  Neenah Classic Crest, White textured card stock (Colorbok), Red (Recollections)
Copics:  BG10, C5, C7, C8, C10, R00, R02, R27, RV29, YG03, YG63, YR04, YR07
Tools:  Scor-Pal, Cuttlebug, Framed Greetings Die-namics Die (MFT)

3 Encouraging Thoughts:

Wendy Hall said...

Great post and tutorial Melissa:)

Debbie said...

Wow! This is fabulous!! I'm off to check out the tut for this!

Jessi Fogan said...

What a fabulous fun card!

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