Sunday, March 20, 2016


I've called this a funfold, but it's not really a fold. I guess I'm thinking broadly to everything that's not half a sheet of card stock folded in half.

This was fun, but it would be more fun if I had a die cut for the scalloped circles; I have a couple of punches, just not large enough. (Just in case you're worried, I've just ordered the dies!)

The stamp set is Thankful Forest Friends from Stampin' Up! The paper is an ancient Stampin' Up! designer series paper but I have no recollection of what it is called. 

How To:
Tanya Bell has nice printable directions if you click though (PDF). I used these.
If you're more of a visual learner, Julie Davison has a video here, although she doesn't stamp the middle. (Cheater)
This is a fun alternative--a snowman.
If you're a steampunk fan, Sari Hanninen has an alternative for you. (In a Swedish accent.)
Betsy Gully shows you don't have to use circles.


Linda said...

Congrats on the adorable finishes Nikki.


Bea said...

Another wonderful card!

Robin in Virginia said...

I like this card idea! I think it would be fun to be a part of your card making group.

Monica said...

Absolutely adorable! Nice finish!!

valerie said...

Super cute! I love the different animals.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

It's the food chain! Great way to make a moveable card. I think children would really like this one.

doris said...

This is a great idea for a card, especially for kids.