Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Folded Christmas Cascade Card

Ref: http://justritestampers.typepad.com/justrite-inspiration/

Oh what a fun/frustrating/inspiring etc, etc. challenge JustRite had for us this week.  The rule...make a card with more than one fold.   I knew I wanted to try something I'd never done before, so I went ona search to look for a new card. Found it!  It was called a cascade card and after looking at several tutorials I was ready to try.  I actually had the pieces folded and cut, then sat for a week waiting for me to decide how to "finish  the card".  It is still hot hot hot! but I felt just a little bit ready to start my Christmas cards. So, with a couple of JustRite stamps and a few  Spellbinder dies...this is the resulting card.  A  total of 8 folds just to create the card base! 

Stamps: JustRite Large Fancy Holiday Sentiments; JustRite Christmas Treasures
Spellbinders: Labels and Tags, Circles, Reindeerm Christmas tee
Paper: Specialty print black and silver (unknown)
Inks: Colorbox
Misc: MayArts  red silk ribbon; Glitter (stickles, red)


  1. Oh my! So gorgeous and elegant! Love the red bow and reindeer!

  2. Wow this turned out to be a very elegant card.

  3. wooow... this is gorgeous! I am not brave enough to use so many black on my project... it is not easy at all but you did it perfectly! Love it! Love the little reindeers!

    Have a nice and blessed day!

  4. This is STUNNING, Lynn! Love the colors and dies you chose! Very FUN! Thanks for sharing with us at JustRite Inspiration ;-)

  5. Lynn, this is TRULY STUNNING -- WHOA! I'm so enamored that I may just have to basically "CASE" this, as I do have those Spellbinders' dies. Darn, just drove right by Yukon, OK this week and should have stopped and borrowed this to copy -- LOL!!! I know -- I should have let you know, but it was too busy of a trip, unfortunately! Only family this trip, unfortunately!

  6. This look very Good..
    >?>>>>thanks for share ..

    Please keep updating...


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