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FREE tutorial - Gate Fold card with Belly Band

ApothecaryartopenA few days ago, I posted this card during the Control Freaks tour and promised to show you how it was made. 

In order to show you how, I had to make another one so this time I decided to use a different stamp and stamp the panels rather than cover them with Designer Series Paper.

I do have a link to a FREE .pdf at the end of this post.

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I used one of the FREE sale-a-bration items on this new card, the Triple Treat Flower stamp.  I stamped it three times, once in Cherry Cobbler on Very Vanilla, once in Baja Breeze on Baja Breeze and once in Crumb Cake on Very Vanilla.  I used the three coordinating punches to create my triple layer image, Fancy Flower, 5-Petal Flower, and the 1/2" Circle Punch .

The Netting background stamp was stamped on both of the side panels in Crumb Cake and I used the Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp for the greeting.

Here is a look at the inside:

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For the inside, I stamped the greeting from Full of Life in Cherry Cobbler on Very Vanilla and then cut it out with one of the label dies in the NEW Labels Collection Framelits.

The layer behind the greeting is cut from Cherry Cobbler and is the same size as the one I stamped the greeting on.  I simply cut it in half and placed both pieces on the back so they could peek out from the top and bottom.

Here is a link to the FREE file so you can create your own. Download Gate_Fold_Belly_Band

 My final set of projects in Round 3 of my Be a Big Shot at Home classes went out this week and I have to say that I love creating and preparing these project kits each month.  Won't you join us in the next round. 

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