Week 11 is yet another fancy fold card, and it’s a golden oldie!  I remember making magic slider cards for my second ever Convention back in 2010.  It’s been great to dust off this fancy fold and put a fresh look on it.  I was delighted when Becki chose Becky aka Scrappy Stamper (read more here) as our CASE inspiration this week.

I used Call Me Clover for the card base and coordinating ribbon, and Whisper White and Window Sheets for the mechanism.  The stamp set was Nothing Sweeter, stamped in Call Me Clover and Pineapple Punch for the star, with Lovely Lipstick for the baubles.

I can see another video on the near future, showing exactly how this mechanism works.  It’s just so easy to do with the Stamparatus, but be sure to use Stazon on your window sheet to prevent smearing.

If you joined in with this challenge, be sure to head to the Craft with Emma Facebook page and share your creations.

If you’re following this challenge, you’ve hopefully joined me from Becki Ritson at Sunshine Stamping.  Your next stop now is Sandra Roberts at Sandra’s Stamp & Craft Studio to see her take on this week’s challenge, follow this link here!

For next week, Sandra gets to choose at last!   She’s chosen a really cute card and envelope set from the world famous Kylie Bertucci.  You can find her blog here showing the project we’ll be CASE’ing next week if you want to join in.  It’s another easy but effective project, and you’re gonna love it!

Come back next week to see the cards Becki, Sandra and I have made using Kylie’s card as inspiration.

Remember, we want YOU to join in too!  If you’d like to join in the challenge, please go to my Facebook page Craft with Emma where you can share your creations, I’d love to see what you come up with!

Happy stamping!

Supplies used:

Call me Clover cardstock Call me Clover ink Lovely Lipstick Ink Pineapple Punch Ink Stazon ink Whisper White cardstock Window Sheets Call me Clover ribbon Nothing Sweeter stamp set
By |2018-10-22T22:37:52+00:00October 22nd, 2018|CASE Challenge, Fancy fold, In Colors|0 Comments

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