International Blog Highlights!

Monday, 6 June 2022 United Kingdom


It's time for Kylie Bertucci's International Blog Highlights! 

The theme, as always, is Thank You!

You can check out all of the thank you cards entered by papercrafters from all over the world by clicking on the banner below

If you like my card, please vote for me - you can find more information on how to vote further down this page.


I am using the new Perfectly Pencilled DSP from Stampin' Up! again - I just love this DSP and readers of my blog will know I love a black and white monochrome patterned paper ❤️

I have a few more projects to share with you using this gorgeous patterned paper. The upcoming projects have a very similar feel to this one so if you like what you see, please subscribe to my content here and you'll get an email when I share future blog posts. 


Some people may spot straight away that I've been fussy cutting this paper again but this time, don't worry, I've only added a few small touches of fussy cutting on the belly band and inside the card. 

For the belly band I added a leaves and flowers to frame the sentiment before die cutting it out using a circle die from the Stylish Shapes dies - If you look close enough, you'll see the stitching detail go through the patterned paper. 

Inside I've added a few of the butterflies which  you'll be pleased to know, were much easier to fussy cut that the flowers.


I really love this colour combo, I've used it before and I'll use it again. 

I could have used so many other colours instead of pink, however, this colour combo spoke to me and I made my decision. 

Other colours (that I love) that I could have used are Pool Party (of course), Balmy Blue, Highland Heather, Polished Pink, So Saffron, Coastal Cabana.... 

In fact I don't think many colours wouldn't work - I'd just encourage you to work with colours that make you happy, like I do!   


I'm afraid I haven't shared a tutorial for this accordion fancy fold card but do please leave me a comment if the measurements would be useful and I will look them up for you.

 
I haven't decorated the folds but inside I've added one of my favourite sentiments from the soon to be retiring Flowing Flowers stamp set

The sentiment inside reads "Sending a card instead of a text". I've also used the 'Thank you' sentiment on the belly band on the front. I think the font in this stamp set works so well with the hand drawn images on the patterned paper.  


To vote in Kylie's blog highlights, please click the button below then scroll down Kylie's blog post until the gallery of cards appears.

Make sure you have a good look at all of the cards - to get a better closer look simply click on the image of the card and you will be taken to the creators blog.


You can place five votes so don't forget to use them all! All you have to do is click the heart in the top right hand corner on each card that you like.

The top ten winners will participate in a Blog Hop before the end of the month.


Thank you so much for visiting my blog - I hope you enjoyed my project today! 

If you voted for my card - thank you so so much! (if you'd like to vote, click here)

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8 comments

  1. Gorgeous card Kim! Thanks for being part of my International Blog Highlights this month and all the best with voting!

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  2. Wow! What a cool fun-fold card, Kim! ~ Kim Kroeker

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  3. Beautiful creation! Yes please on the measurements.

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  4. What a stunning card! I love the simplicity of it and the colors speak to me too! I'm in the US but would love measurements! Good Luck on the voting! Denise Harmon

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  5. Soft, simple and stunning. Thank you for sharing. Of course I would love you to share the measurements. I live in Australia

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  6. So beautiful and amazing fancy fold. Would love measurements.

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  7. What a beautiful card! Love this fun fold! If I could receive the measurements, I would give this a try. Thanks! :)

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