Thursday, 12 October 2017

Be Inspired Design Team Blog Hop ~ Color Theory Designer Series Paper

Hi everyone! Welcome to the Be Inspired Design Team Blog Hop! You are currently visiting Carolynn Sander's blog in Calgary, Alberta, Canada! If you have been hopping along, you most likely arrived here via Monica Gale. Monica is a Stampin' Up! demonstrator based out of the UK. She is pretty amazing! Wasn't her project this week fabulous? I would have to say so! Make sure to click on the next button at the end of this post so that you catch all of the fabulous projects our team has to share with you this week! If you do, you will certainly be inspired! 


The theme this week is patterned paper! I decided to share a fancy fold card with you today that showcases the Color Theory Designer Series Paper (DSP). When you combine a fun fancy fold with amazing paper you are bound for success!



The "Fancy Fold" you see here is known as a shutter card. I think it gets it's name from the surprise view you get when you open the card. Check it out in the interactive video below!


Cool huh? These cards are what you call FuNkY FuN! You must give this technique a try! Just do a google search for "Shutter Card" & voila! There are many tutorials out there!

Now on to the next amazingly FuNkY FuN project! Maike Beimler is up next! She is pretty cool! I know you will love what she has to share with us today!


Carolynn Sander - You Are Here

Thank you so much for visiting today! If you have any questions in regards to today's project feel free to contact me! As well, if you are in Canada and you are interested in purchasing Stampin' Up! products, I would love to have you visit my Stampin' Up! online shop! Just click on the shop button below if you wish!

Cheers & Happy Stamping!

Carolynn 💖





7 comments:

  1. Wow! What an amazing, fun fold on this card, Caronlynn! I love how you've showcased this paper - it's so crisp and sweet. Happy to hop with you today!

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  2. Fantastic card Carolynn, both the fun fold and the beautiful, bright colours!

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  3. Hallo Carolynn, wow eine sehr coole Karten-Technik! Sowas muss ich auch unbedingt einmal ausprobieren! Und noch dazu so schön bunt - ich bin ein großer Fan von den Farben! Liebe Grüße Maike

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    1. Thanks Maike!💖 I am working on a tutorial for this one as well. I can send it your way when I am finished. These cards are fun to make!

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  4. This is amazing Carolynn, I loe the shape of it! Thank for you video, so I can make it to someday ;O)

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