A Pop of Striped Color!
Quick and Easy Card Using the Same Materials as Monday's Post!

March Color Fusers Blog Hop!


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This month's challenge looks so spring like to me!  I am still using the DSP packs that are so versatile and provide so many pieces of each color that you can easily make a bunch of each card.  Balloon Adventures Stamp Set and Balloon Thinlet Pop Ups make an easy and fast Birthday card!  We will be making a version of this card at our April stamp camp.  Join us if you want to see how easy this is to make!

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Put your sentiment on the back or....

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I will post directions later.  I know I cut the cardstock 4 1/4 by 11.  I believe I scored it at 2 1/4 from each side.  I know the inside section with the balloons on it is also 2 1/4 wide.  That leaves the small sections at 2 1/8 each.   The DSP was 2 by four inches.  A great way to use scraps!

Jump onto next hop below!

Patty Bennett

Heather Osborne

Nicole Tugrul

Paola Phillips

JoAnnHewins

Melissa Kerman

Robin Messenheimer

Pat Ertman - You are here!

Debbie Henderson

Cindee Wilkinson

 

 

 

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paola phillips

Such a cute card! Love the fold you used.

Jo Anne Hewins

Love the fold. Tell us how you did it! Great use of the paper stacks, too!

Patty Bennett

Great card! Please share the scoring dimensions when you have time.. can't wait to make this! :)

Debbie Henderson

Such a neat card fold and I love the way you added 3 different colored patterns on each panel!

Melissa Kerman

Very fun card. I also want to know the dimensions and scoring details.

Robin Messenheimer

Lovely fold! This looks like a CASE coming on!

Joanne

Yes, cute card please send instructions.

Pat Ertman

I added the measurements to the post.

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