Wednesday, March 9, 2016

More Than One Fold DCC at Repeat Impressions


It’s another Designer’s Choice Challenge at The House that Stamps Built, Repeat Impression’s blog. It is Patti’s turn and her theme is “More Than One Fold”. Why don’t you join us in this challenge and enter your project with multiple folds for a chance to win some awesome Repeat Impressions rubber? Please visit the blog for all the details and to see the other Rock Star's projects for this DCC challenge. I have seen them and you do not want to miss them!

I decided to try a many fold card called Double Display Card that I learned how to make here on this blog. The picture above shows the card standing up and open. Here is the front of the card closed with a ribbon: 

On the left side of the front of the card I stamped Repeat Impression’s “Reach for the Stars” and die cut the star flourish from Memory Box. On the right front panel, I heat embossed RI’s star background with gold embossing powder. Here is a close-up look at the inside of the card:


I heat embossed one more RI star and stamped the perfect sentiment from the “you” stamp collection. I added some confetti embossed pieces (SU embossing folder) at the top and bottom folds on the card.

I am entering this card in the Anything Goes challenge at Crafting from the Heart and also the challenge at Live Love Laugh to use colored cardstock.

And don’t forget: For a 10% discount on any size order at Repeat Impressions, just make a note of my discount code (rr10kh), click on the blog badge on the side of my blog and go to the website here to shop and save!

13 comments:

Sandy said...

Hi Karen
thanks for your sweet comment on my card. I've also become a follower -- looks like I'll see some amazing cards coming out of your blog.
Sandy (Adventures of a Stamping Writer)

Cara said...

Yep, that definitely counts as more than one fold! A very special card, love the sentiment. Have a great day, Cara x

scrAPpamondo said...

Wow, your Double Display Card is just stunning!! Love this folding technique, but I haven't made one of them! Fab embossing and diecutting! The sentiment is perfect on the focal point!

Leigh Penner said...

Oh, wow, this is amazing! What a super fun card to open!

Sharon said...

A fabulous card Karen. Love the interest that all these folds give it.
Well I came over as you suggested yesterday and became a follower. :-) looking forward to seeing more of your work.
Sharon xx

fabiola jaques said...

très chic Karen. biz

LauraJane:) said...

Hi Karen! Thanks for being my newest follower and for inviting me over to your blog! Your cards are super detailed!
I've looked around and see the Send a Smile 4 Kids link and will be heading over there as well:) My kids get excited about making cards for other kids, can they participate too?
Have a blessed day!

Glittered Paws said...

WOW what an awesome card - might have to try this soon.

Verna Angerhofer said...

That is a wonderful fancy fold card. I don't do a lot of fancy fold ones myself, but I do love to see the end results of those who do make them. I really like the way you closed it with that gorgeous ribbon too.

Patti J said...

Great card, Karen, and what an awesome fold! Hugs...!

Heather said...

Wow, Karen! The fold is crazy! Or should I say "folds", I don't know that I've ever seen a card with so many folds. Love that sparkly ribbon on the front. Great card.

joy said...

What great texture and sparkle - you are so creative to use the star ribbon with the star stamps. Great job!

JD/ Jill said...

Amazing card! Like the way you decorated it, thanks for sharing the link.