Hello my crafty friends,
Today I want to share a great masculine fun fold card that I made for hubby’s birthday today.
Hubby loves to capture his memories and always has a camera in his hand, mostly footie memories I have to say and being. Chelsea fan I went with the Pacific Point colour.
This card is a remake of a card we made at my recent card class, but the one was using the Bird Ballard Patterned papers, I loved the fun fold and wanted to use the new Stamp set Capture the Good from the new annual catalogue, this stamp set was inspired by the fabulous Million Dollar seller Tami White, and is a very good price at just £19 and I love it as you can use it for many projects, be it cards, or scrapbook layouts or a 3d project, Mmmm now that’s an idea!
The Camera stands proud as it pops up when it’s opened up!
I stamped three cameras and fussy cut the circles on the lens and adhered them using dimensionals so that they also popped out, also the little press button on the left and the top part of the camera.
I came across this fun fold on a French demo’s blog HERE, and just had to give it a try, I made a pocket to put some money in as a gift , but you could easily add a Gift Card, The patterned papers are retired from the family colour paper stack but you could use any papers that suit your project.
I added a mat for the message.
For the sentiment on the front, I used the Stitched Nested Label Dies item number 149638, I forgot to add these to the product list below.
I hope you enjoyed this fun fold and that you give it a try yourself!
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