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August Card Challenge

Happy August everyone! I am wish the best for you all this month. Well as you all know I do a card challenge every month over at The Moments. I have had fun coming up with different ideas each month. So this month's card will be a tri-fold card. I made this card for a friend. So it includes a letter and a picture. I know she will love it.

Here is how I did it.


I cut this cardstock into two 5x10 strips. Then folded in the middle to make them like two cards.

Then, I used adhesive to put the two pieces together into one long strip.

It could be called the "Z" card because that is what it looks like.


I used my new Echo Park pp on pink cs, vellum paper w/ the sentiment, and these white crochet flowers with pearls.



Here is the inside. Used the same pp and pearls.


Well join me over at The Moments to have fun in this and other challenges posted August 1.  Thanks for looking!

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  1. Wow...love how you made this card. Those flowers are gorgeous. :)

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  2. Thanks for the instructions, Kelly. I was trying to figure out the size. Now I know. Beautiful job.

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  3. thanks for the tutorial Kelly...working on it now!

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