Wednesday, 21 February 2018

Flip Front Window Card

Hello, Crafters.

I'm calling today's card a fun fold card although there's only one small fold that's extra to a normal card! 

I'm calling it a Flip Front Window card, and it's another one of those that I don't know if it has a proper name.

From the feedback I receive from crafters, I know fun fold cards, or cards that are a bit different from the regular two sided cards, are very popular. 

So I have set myself a challenge of making five videos featuring fun folds! 

The other day I was thinking about how I first started doing a daily blog!



I shared it with my team because I found it was a great start, and it could work for them as well! 

I wonder if you remember back to that time when I challenged myself to making a one card a day on a particular theme. 

I clearly remember the first challenge was to make Father's Day Cards.

Each week I set myself a different challenge, and this went on for twelve weeks!

For today's card I used the Epic Celebration Stamp set which is one of the Sale-a-bration (SAB) gifts that can be chosen free for any order of €60/£45 during SAB which ends on 31st March, 2018.

In the video I gave a reminder about the Prize Draw I'm running during February for my online customers. 

Unfortunately I made a mistake and I said January instead of February. 

This is one of the reasons I find it somewhat frustrating that YouTube discontinued the facilty to put writing on the screen. 

Previously, I could put a correction and know that everyone would see it! 

As it is I have put a correction on the front page that surrounds the video screen, but it can be easily overlooked. 

Please check the PROMOTIONS page for full details of the Prize Draw. 

Please remember that Stampin' Up! have introduced three more gifts to the selection of SAB gifts already on offer. 

Click here to view: Sale-a-bration 2018: Second Release Gifts
That's about it from me today. Until tomorrow, happy crafting.

JanB.

2 comments:

  1. This is a great masculine card. Another way to get this type of card is to cut the cardstock in half lengthwise. That way your card base is one piece.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hi, Jodie. I'm so pleased you like today's project. I used two separate pieces as the bottom cardstock layer is wider than the top cardstock layer. ☺ Happy crafting, JanB.

      Delete