Hi everyone, today I have a different project then scheduled because yesterday I got my copy of Issue 194 of Simply Cards & Papercraft Magazine.
I decided to make this Bridge Fold Card.
In the issue, you get a beautiful Altenew Layered Poppy stamp and stencil set.
Grab your copy from Craft Stash here.
I couldn’t wait to use it and get stamping!
I’ve made this one a 6″ x 6″ size and it folds flat to fit into an envelope.
Lots of room as always on the back to write your message.
I blended the background using my Blending Makeup Brushes I got from Amazon here.
I used the Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks in colours Mermaid Lagoon & Mowed Lawn.
To make this card you will need…
1 piece of 8″ x 6″ cardstock for the card blank.
Score along the 8″ side at 1″ & 7″, then flip the cardstock over and again along the 8″ side score at 2″ & 6″ then flip back over to the original side again.
1 piece of 5.3/4 x 6″ acetate. This is optional.
4 pieces of 7/8″ x 5.7/8 of patterned paper to decorate the front side panels.
2 piece of 3.7/8 x 5.7/8 of pattern paper for the main inside panel and back.
1 piece of 3.5/8 x 5.5/8 white paper to layer on the bank to stamp and write your message.
1 piece of 6″ x 2″ green card for the grass effect.
Check out my full tutorial below to see how I made it.
The Vegetable scissors I used are available from Amazon here
To colour my Poppy flowers I used the Arteza Everblend Markers available here.
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5 thoughts on “Pretty Poppy Bridge Fold Card”
Lovely card Sam. I got my copy of the magazine yesterday but won’t get chance to play with it until the weekend. Can’t wait. Thanks for all the inspiration you give us.x
Love this Samantha, fab card xx
Thanks hun 🙂
Really learnt a lot from this film. Cant wait to have a go. Brill thanks.
Awesome card, love everything about it! The acetate is a brilliant idea! Thanks for the video,