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Color Fuser's February Blog Hop! Ice Cream! You Scream! We All Scream for Ice Cream!


Love these colors!  So spring like!  Hop along with us to see the variety of ideas that this color combination inspires!  My card uses my favorite food, ice cream, to create a tasty birthday greeting!


I just cannot stop making these twisty cards!  I love using little pieces of three DSP's together.  I glue the the Designer's Series Paper on and the rest of the card just falls into place!  It almost designs itself!


Jump onto the next blog with the fabulous Patty Bennett!

Patty Bennett

Jason Loucks

Heather Osbourne

Nicole Tugrul

Paola Phillips

Jo Anne Hewins

Melissa Kerman

Robin Messenheimer

Pat Ertman - you are here

Debbie Henderson


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paola phillips

what a cool card! love the unique fold!

Melissa Kerman

Very fun festive card!

Sue McNeill

This card is delightful. Do you have measurements or a tutorial?

Nicole Tugrul

Gorgeous Pat!! Love your ice cream sundae!!


Super cute card! Thanks for sharing your project with us!!


Jo Anne Hewins

Great card, Pat. I don't know that fold. I'll have to search on Pinterest! Thanks for sharing!

Pat Ertman

It is very easy. Cut your cardstock 7 1/2 by 4 1/4. Score at 2 1/2 and 5. Score on the diagonal on the first and third section. Cut DSP 2 7/8 by four. Make sure you check on the card before you cut your diagonals so they are going the correct direction.

Pat Ertman

You are welcome. It looks a lot better in person.

Pat Ertman

Me too! I was happy at how it turned out!

Pat Ertman

See my responses for directions. it is a Twisted Gate Fold Card if you are doing an internet search.

Pat Ertman


Pat Ertman

This fold is addictive!

Robin Messenheimer

Love the colors and the fold! Yum - Dark Chocolate Sauce!!

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