This is a Wedding card, although could be changed for an Anniversary card or even a Valentines card.
Once again I like to include the side view to show the depth of the card.
The hearts are all from George and basic shapes. The first layered heart was cut the same size as the base, it is pearlescent cardstock and has been embossed using my Cuttlebug and one of the folders from the Paper Lace 2 companion set.
The next two heart layers were cut at 2" and 1.5". The initials were cut using the Quarter Note cartridge and they were cut at 0.75".
I also had another idea, what would happen if I halved the size of the card - wow I could use it as a table place card, say for a wedding - so I thought I would make one of those too.
Your dimensions would need to be changed and make sure that your overall card base is 5" tall. I just copied and pasted one of my templates and resized it up top by changing the height to 5". Make sure that the proportion button is on so that it resizes it proportionally. Here is the screen shot for this new little one.
To do your folds for this one, just half the previous ones. So score at 1.25", 2.5" and then the corner of your rectangle (is at 3.75) is where you start the diagonal score marks.
Here is my idea for a table place card. I have shown it along side the wedding card to show the difference in the sizes. I haven't put any names on it but you can see how it could be used.
I hope you have enjoyed these past few days and the Spring fold card. I hope that you will give it a try.
The next fold is coming soon - so stay tuned.
This card is being entered in the following challenges
Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog - Challenge me Monday #121, Wedding Bliss (closes Sun 29/7)
Make it Monday #99 - linky party (Sun 29/7)
Bearly-Mine Challenges #45 - Shaped cards (closes Mon 30/7)
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