I have an amazing Black Friday Customer Appreciation PDF offer for you that will run from November 22nd through November 28th!
The PDF contains a download of 10 cards that feature fantastic fun folds and special techniques. I am so impressed with the cards the Inking with Frenchie’s design team created for this blog hop, and I know you will be too.
The PDF is free when you make a purchase of $50 or more (before taxes and shipping) in my online store and using my November host code JSG9ZN2H.
What is included in the PDF?
- 5 fun fold cards and 5 technique cards – a total of 10 cards
- Detailed step-by-step instructions and measurements
- Photos of each project, including inside the card
- A full list of supplies for each project, including ink colors and cardstock
- Plus a link to purchase the supplies
How to qualify for the Free PDF
Anyone who places an order of $50 or more (before tax and shipping) in my online store using my November host code JSG9ZN2H will receive the PDF within 48 hours from the time you place your qualified order.
As a bonus, here are details for my technique card – the Torn Paper technique.
- Stamp sets: Very Versailles – 149275 and Quiet Meadow 155082
- Cardstock: Basic White Thick Cardstock 159229
- Stampin’ Pads: Calypso Coral 147101, Bermuda Bay 147096, Crumb Cake 147116, Soft Suede 147116, Old Olive 147090
- Miscellaneous: Brick & Mortar embossing folder 149643, Meadow Dies 155852, Detailed Trio Punch 146320, Blending Brushes 153611, Sponge Daubers 133773, Multipurpose Liquid Glue 110755, Dimensionals 104430, Mini Dimensionals 144108
- Card base 5 ½” x 8 ½” – Score at 4 ¼”.
- Front layer 5 ¼” x 4”
- Inside layer 5 ¼” x 4”
- Fold card base in half and burnish with bone folder
- Use corner rounder in the Detailed Trio Punch to round the upper right and lower right corners of the card base.
- Using blending brushes, lightly swirl Old Olive ink onto the front of the card base
- Emboss the front layer with Brick & Mortar embossing folder
- Blend Crumb Cake ink over the embossed layer using blending brushes.
- Add color touches with Bermuda Bay, Calypso Coral and Soft Suede
- Tear the cardstock, starting about 2/3 of the way from the left corner and tear from right to left in a downward irregular motion toward the bottom left.
- Tear more from the piece on the right so that you have a gap when the pieces are placed on the card base. BUT DO NOT ADHERE THE PIECES YET.
- Using Soft Suede ink (or even Early Espresso) sponge daub the torn edges and also all around the other edges to give it a vintage look
- Once you know generally where your torn pieces will go and how much of a gap you have, stamp the script writing from Quiet Meadow stamp set in Old Olive at the top and bottom where the gap will be.
- Using Calypso Coral, stamp the leaves from Very Versailles stamp set over the stamped writing images.
- Adhere the torn pieces to the card base – one on the left and one on the right so that you have a gap in the middle and that your stamped images show.
- Using the Meadow dies, die-cut two flowers and some leaves. You may have to trim the flower stems and the leaves to make them fit properly.
- Place dimensionals or mini dimensionals on the back of the flowers.
- The flower stems and leaves are too slender for dimensionals, so use liquid glue to adhere them to the card, and the dimensionals will pop up the flowers.
- Stamp a happy birthday sentiment with Bermuda Bay on a strip of white cardstock and adhere to the bottom of the card with dimensionals.
INSIDE OF CARD
- Round the top right and bottom right of the card layer using the Detailed Trio Punch
- Sponge daub Soft Suede ink all around the edges to make it stand out.
- Stamp the “Have a Beautiful Day” sentiment from the Very Versailles stamp set in Soft Suede
- Use Calypso Coral to stamp some leaves from Very Versailles on the top right
- Stamp the decorative stamp from Very Versailles with Soft Suede on the left of the inside of the card for additional visual interest (optional)
Click the “NEXT” button to see the next design team member’s project.
There are even more projects waiting for you, so be sure to hop onto EACH of the additional blogs listed below. You don’t want to miss any of their amazing projects!