Friday, 28 June 2019

Ink it! Stamp it! Blog Hop - Country Road Male & Kids inspired #inkitstampit

Welcome to the Ink it! Stamp it! Blog Hop. The Design Team have been busy making projects inspired by our Male & Kids inspired theme. The team have all created amazing projects to share with us tonight. The full line up below will guide you through all the projects and we'd love to hear from you on what your male or kids theme is?

Today I have a simple but interesting card design for you. I’m calling it the Flap Card. I have decorated my Flap Card with the carry over ‘Country Road’ stamp set which I love and definitely need to use lots more! Keep reading for the quick tutorial.
I love that this card is quick to make and looks great too, especially if you decorate the inside panel to match. I have created a collage look for the front panel using a combination of Soft Suede, Crumb Cake, Bermuda Bay & Coastal Cabana.  Finished off with a simple greeting (Rooted in Nature) and some Burlap Ribbon.

Here’s a quick tutorial - save it to your Fun Folds / Tutorial Pinterest boards

Make the inside great too, by continuing the stamping from the front to the inside.
I love this colour combination it could be used for anyone, male, female & kids too. 
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Thank you so much for joining us today. We hope that you'll join us again next month to see our Technique projects. I'm Carolina and to keep hopping around see the list below to see who is up next.
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  1. Fantastic stamping and great colors. Love your fun-fold design too! :)

  2. Oh , I so love this fancy fold card, it's a perfect masculine card!!! Thanks for the tutorial, too!!!

  3. Love your beautiful card

  4. Love your card Carolina and great colours x

  5. What a fab card Carolina. Love your colour combo and thanks for sharing a tutorial, I need to try this fancy fold now.