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Under the Mistletoe

It's always fun to create a card with a fancy fold or creative crease. My post today features the cards I showed and the fun fold card layout I demonstrated in my November 20th Facebook LIVE on Stamp 'n Scrap with Mary Knabe. Take a look at the video there if you weren't able to tune in then https://www.facebook.com/maryknabestampinup/. You'll be glad you did! Not only will you see how I created this card, but you'll also see how any card can be turned into a gift card holder by adding a bit of Designer Series Paper. Be sure to Download the Project Sheet PDF below the photos. 
Under the Mistletoe Designer Series Paper, Sincerely Santa Stamp Set

Under the Mistletoe Designer Series Paper, Sincerely Santa Stamp Set

Under the Mistletoe Designer Series Paper, Sincerely Santa Stamp Set
Embellish your card by punching ornaments from DSP and adhere them with Stampin' Dimensionals.
Under the Mistletoe Designer Series Paper
Turn any card into a gift card holder by adding a piece of Designer Series Paper to the inside of the card. Simply cut and adhere along left, right, and bottom.

I've made it easy for you to re-create this card or make some of your own using this fun fold layout. Download my free Project Sheet . It includes color photos, supply list, cutting & scoring dimensions, and instruction all in PDF form for you to save and/or print. I also included a couple other examples of gift card holders I made with this fun layout. Just in time for holiday gift giving!

Download Project Sheet - Fancy Fold to Highlight Designer Series Paper – Project Sheet

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Happy Stamping!

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