To make my card, I instantly thought of the super big 2010 Stampin' Up! (SU) "Sweet Pea" Designer Series Paper (DSP) pack that had 24 different double-sided pattern papers. After 11 years I'm still hoarding this paper pack because of it's versatility!
Here are what the four "faces" of my card look like:
The nice thing about this card is that it folds flat to fit into a 5"x7" envelope! I chose SU Island Indigo as my card base since it coordinated so well with the 2010 pattern paper I chose.
It's a fun card, and I'm sure my husband will think I did some magic to create it! I am giving it a difficulty level of "2" out of a possible "5" just because you have to essentially create four card fronts. It's not hard, just takes a while. Have fun! And thank you, Debbie for featuring this fun fold on your blog challenge!!!
|Stamps: SU Happy Birthday Everyone, Piece of Cake, Birthday Banners, Unbranded Live Laugh Love|
|Paper: SU Island Indigo, Basic White, SU Sweet Pea DSP|
|Paper Size: 5"x7"|
|Ink: SU Island Indigo, Calypso Coral, So Saffron|
|Accessories: SU Bunch of Banners, Swirly Scribbles, Spellbinders, Labels One, Tombow Multi Liquid Glue|
|Techniques: Pinwheel Tower, Die Cutting, Fussy Cutting|