Joy Fold Card Looks Good with Feel Goods

Feel Goods, Joy Fold Front

Welcome to my second post using the Feel Goods stamp set with the Petite Petals stamp set and punch bundle. This card shows you how versatile your cards can be with the exact same product. My last post (click here) was a Clean and Simple (CAS) card that was made literally in minutes. Today I am using the sketch from the Pals Paper Arts sketch challenge. As soon as I saw it, I knew that a Joy Fold card would work perfectly. I made my first one (click here) a few months ago and loved the entire creative process.  They remind me of a scrapbook page, since they have so many different areas you can use to design a beautiful card. Here is the PPA sketch:

PPA

My card today started by using a tool that I have been relatively reluctant to use – the Envelope Punch Board. I was so excited to get it but haven’t explored it enough. With this card I decided to use it on the score line between the front and back panel and trimmed away the extra portion on the front panel. I measured then punched the DSP to match. After the card base was made, I cut the smaller card and added DSP to that one as well. After stamping the sentiment I then stamped the Petite Petals flowers, punched and added Tombow glue on one flower, then one dimensional on the second one and two dimensionals on the third one for each corner of the square. On the lower corner, the flower in the corner is used to hold the smaller card in place.  What do you think? Here are a couple more photos of the other layers:

Feel Goods, Outside Panel 2

Feel Goods, Inside Panel 2

It’s All in the Details

  • Stamp Set: Feel Goods (wood #131916, clear #129684), Petite Petals (wood #133152, clear #133155), See Ya Later (wood #133533 clear #133536), Love You to the Moon (wood #133140, clear #133143), Label Love (wood #130619, clear #130622)
  • Paper: Fresh Prints Paper Stack (#132996), Coastal Cabana (#131297), Real Red (#102482), Whisper White (#100730)
  • Ink: Real Red (#126949), Coastal Cabana (#131164)
  • SU Tools: Envelope Punch Board (#133774),  Petite Petal Punch (#133322), Artisan Label (#130920)
  • Finishing Touch: Subtles Candy Dots (#130933), Brights Candy Dots (#130931)

I hope you liked my card today and will be inspired to try a Joy Fold card yourself! We have just a week and a half left of Sale-Feel Goods, Outside PanelA-Bration! Now is the time to get your orders in! The Petite Petal stamp set and punch are bundled to save you money – 15% off with these item numbers: wood #133152 or clear #133155. Check out the great deals this week HERE. Just click Weekly Deals on the left sidebar. Leave me a comment today and you will be entered into my March Blog Candy Giveaway! I sure appreciate your opinions and hope you will come back to see what else I can do with some great Stampin’ Up! products!  Till then,

Happy Stampin’!

Debbie ♥

9 Comments

  1. Cool card with some of my favorite colors!

  2. Love the blend of color and pattern! And the fold is fabulous!

  3. Love the way you used a joy fold card to accentuate the sketch design! I would not have thought to do so! The card is amazing, Debbie. Great colors, lots of detail, what more can I say except that I am off to pin….

  4. Debbie I love the new look of your blog for Spring. Another great card, you keep inspiring me.

  5. Jennifer Partridge

    Hi Debbie,

    I love your Joy Fold Card!!! :)b

    Thanks so much for taking the time to share!

    Crafty hugs,

    Jennifer
    partridgelu at yahoo dot com

  6. I thought about the joy fold one when I saw this sketch! Love your card and this dsp!

  7. Beautiful, Debbie…inside and out! And the fresh new blog look is fabulous too! Always fun to see what you are creating!

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