Ombre Fold Out Card

Kia Ora Koutou

Welcome back to some more Christmas inspiration from Heartfelt Creations. I really loved all the blue tones of the Festive Winterscapes scenes and thought I would try an ombre effect with a fold out card.

Products Used:


4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ Foldout Cards-WhiteHCCF1-443-2
Starry Night Winterscapes DieHCD1-7310
Starry Night Winterscapes Cling Stamp SetHCPC-3920
Festive Winterscapes Paper CollectionHCDP1-2118
Classic Border Basics DieHCD1-7119
Ornamental Tags DieHCD1-7203
Starry Night Decorative DieHCD1-7252
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive159723
Rajni Chawla’s Frosting PowderPGM15016

Other Products: Hero Arts Embossing & Watermark ink, Ranger Embossing Powder – Silver, White cardstock

For more tips on creating with the Festive Winterscapes Collection watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/3K3j7I16JBI.

For more tips on creating with the border dies & foldout cards, watch the tutorial at https://youtu.be/wxX94X84kUo.

Instructions: Cut the patterned paper to fit the folds of the fold out card with four different shades of blue starting with the darker blue paper at the bottom working to a light shade for the card base using the plain edge die from the HCD1-7119 Classic Border Basics Die set. Die cut two each of the eyelet, medium and large decorative edges from the HCD1-7119 Classic Border Basics Die set out of white cardstock. Add Frosting Powder using Dries Clear glue on a sponge, trim to fit and adhere to the top of the folds as shown. Die cut eight straight edge dies from the HCD1-7252 Starry Night Decorative Die set out of white cardstock, add Frosting Powder with Dries Clear glue on a sponge and adhere to the bottom of all folds except the bottom front fold.

Bottom Front: Stamp the nativity scene, star and three wise men from the HCPC-3920 Starry Night Winterscapes Cling Stamp Set with embossing ink on white cardstock and heat emboss with silver embossing powder. Die cut with the coordinating dies and adhere to the front as shown.

Middle fold – Front and Back: Stamp the palm trees and camel images from the HCPC-3920 Starry Night Winterscapes Cling Stamp Set with embossing ink on white cardstock and heat emboss with silver embossing powder. Die cut with the coordinating dies and adhere to the front and back.

Top Fold – Front: Stamp the palm tree, building and single magi images from HCPC-3920 Starry Night Winterscapes Cling Stamp Set with embossing ink on white cardstock and heat emboss with silver embossing powder. Die cut with the coordinating dies and adhere to the front of the fold as shown.

Top Fold – Back: Stamp the shooting star, nativity scene and three wise men images from the HCPC-3920 Starry Night Winterscapes Cling Stamp Set with embossing ink on white cardstock and heat emboss with silver embossing powder. Die cut with the coordinating dies and adhere to the back as shown.

Back of Card: Die cut two ornamental tags using the die from the HCD1-7203 Ornamental Tags Die set and adhere together. Add Frosting Powder to the decorative edges using Dries Clear glue on a sponge. Stamp the sentiment from the HCPC-3920 Starry Night Winterscapes Cling Stamp Set with embossing ink on white cardstock and heat emboss with silver embossing powder. Die cut with the coordinating rectangle die from the HCD1-7203 Ornamental Tags Die set and then adhere to the top of the card as shown.

Stamp the building image from the HCPC-3920 Starry Night Winterscapes Cling Stamp Set with embossing ink on white cardstock and heat emboss with silver embossing powder. Die cut with the coordinating die and adhere to the bottom of the back

The fold out cards are now on the retired list so be in quick to get yours before they disappear here: https://www.heartfeltcreations.us/limited-edition/5-x-7-foldout-cards-white

Happy Crafting

Ka Kite Anu

Patricia

5 Comments on “Ombre Fold Out Card

  1. Now, that’s a masterpiece! I love how you took two design ideas, ombre and fold-out card, and made something fabulous. It looks great open and folded. The hills and the silhouettes and blues make it look like a nighttime scene. Just beautiful!

    Evelyn

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