52 Week Mini Art Card/Tag Challenge

Saturday 11 August 2018

Design Team Make - 11th August 2018 (More than one fold) - My Time To Craft Challenge Blog

Having been given a great opportunity to design makes for the "My Time To Craft" challenge blog, this week I've felt a little nervy and uncertain of my ability.  The prompt for this fortnight is "More than one fold".

I'd played with several ideas and then decided I was over complicating things and went for a simple but hopefully classy make using four folds.

I cut a piece of pale blue card into a 12" x 6" size.  I then scored down the shorter length at the following intervals 2", 4" 8" and finally 10".  On the edge of the short side, I made a small pencil mark 3" down and cut from the 4" scoreline to the outer left 3" pencil mark.  I then made another pencil mark 3" down the short edge and cut on a diagonal to the 8" scoreline. This provides the dropped angle of the card.

I wasn't sure how far to go with my stamping, so thought I would keep it clean and simple.  I stamped the sentiment (from the Stampin' Up "One Big Meaning" set).  

The Dandelions are from two Lavinia Stamps sets "Fairy Dandelions" and "Make a Dandelion".  I've used Versafine "Smokey Grey" ink for all stamping.

Please do pop over to "My Time To Craft Challenge Blog" to have a look at the other Design Team makes and maybe participate yourself.

Sam x

PS:  I forgot to add a photo of the card closed.  Here it is Branwen x


  1. Wow you are a prolific maker of cards, I am full of admiration for your output. This is an elegant card the stamps are beautiful and the 'simple' folds work perfectly.

  2. Congrats on your new DT and nothing to doubt yourself for your CAS card is beautiful-love the fold and gorgeous delicate Dandelion stamps-must get myself a grey ink pad!
    Carol x

  3. Wow this looks amazing! I’d love to see how it looks folded too

  4. Just love this make hun. Never be uncertain of your abilities, everyone is different hun. But you have rocked this challenge
    Welcome to the team, I can't wait to see what other fabulous creations you come up with
    Hugs Shell xx