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Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Primrose and Midnight Print Poetry Z fold Cards with Ciao Baby


I have always loved tiled patterns and these 2 Z fold cards make the most of the gorgeous Print Poetry Designer Series Stack (#129312 on page 16 of the Summer Mini).
The inspiration for these cards came a card I saw on Pinterest  (terrible time waster!, but oh so good).
Barbara at barbarascraftcircle.blogspot.com has a tiled card in the Midnight Muse.
Mine are similar but I have done a 4x4 version and stepped them up a bit with some added details.
Any small punch would work just as well and I would love to try one with a heart punch and also one with circles.

Card Recipes:

Midnight Muse:

Crumb Cake Cardstock        14cm x 21 cm scored at 5.25cm and 10.5cm
Strip of M.Muse cardstock   14cm x 5 cm embossed with Lacy Brocade Embossing Folder 
Naturals Ivory Cardstock     9.5 cm square x 2
Midnight Muse Cardstock    9    cm  square
Crumb Cake Cardstock        8.5 cm square
Stamp Sets                           Ciao, Baby(129645) page 16 Summer Mini
                                             Everything Eleanor (124162) p112 Annual Catalogue (for the bird)
Bird Punch
Mini Curly Label Punch       (from Sale a Bration- I hope this comes out in the new catalogue)
Bitty Butterfly Punch            page 13 summer Mini
Flower Trim (126869)          page 5 Summer mini
Linen Thread, Bitty Flower Button, The tiny little Pearls


Primrose Petals: 

Primrose Petals Cardstock     10.5 cm  x 28cm scored at 7cm and 14cm
squares of naturals ivory, Primrose and Crumb Cake are as above
Finishing touches Edgelits  (127010 page 190 Annual Catalogue)
Buttons #5 Sizzlits for Primrose cardstock button (113440, page 191 of Annual Catalogue)
Fashionable Hearts Embosslits (125596, page188)
Vintage Trinkets (118764, page 175)

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