Yikes! Did I just date myself by thinking about that old song?
Well, I'm just lovin' this Dahlia Fold card. The folding is as easy as can be. It makes such a pretty card and quickly, too.
- Punch out eight (8) 1-3/4" circles from designer series paper and then fold each of the circles into quarters.
- Fold the lower two quarters in a bit at the bottom, using the fold marks as a guide.
- turn the circle shape over and then fold the petal inward to the center fold line - kinda like a paper airplane and then do the same thing for the other side.
- Repeat the same steps to create 7 more petals and create a full circle.
- Try this with several sizes of circle punches to make larger and smaller flowers.
Riding Hood Red and Island Indigo inks; Fan Fair Designer Series Paper; Crumb Cake and Very Vanilla card stocks; Everything Eleanore stamp set; Antique Brads; Glue Dots; 1-3/4" circle punch; Bone Folder, Snail adhesive.
It's a regular-sized card finishing up at 5-1/2" x 4-1/4". Whatcha think? I wanted to give a shout out for the blog where I got this idea, and I cannot seem to locate it. When I do, I'll update this post.
Thanks so much for stopping by today. Hope you know when to hold 'em and when to fold 'em today and every day.
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