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Wed 14

My Heart..PSC#41..Love
by Pam Simpson

Good morning everyone, Sharing my card I created  for our monthly challenge.. This months theme.."My Heart"...Valentine/love. 

Z fold card.


This card design looks really complicated but believe me it is so easy! 


 I have used white A3 card (16.1/2" x 11.3/4") UK... I cut this card to 12"length.  Score @ 6" &  9" .. I then cut this not quite in half one @ 6" main card.. Valley & Mountain fold your scores. .


I have first decorated the main card inside with pretty papers.. What I chopped of  6" main card depth is for the inside ..You rotate this as shown.. 6" is adhered to your to 3" side.

You do not have to do this!!! I cut 1/2" off either end of inner panel ..this show`s of your pretty papers..


Inside the card with decorated panels of paper.. main side "Rose Frame" with "Embossed Love"..  right side "Rose Stem" & "Berry Sprig"  along with "Stitched Fluttering Butterflies.


Finished with a chiffon bow and my made stick pins..

6"x 6"card when folded..

Hope you like this enough to have ago yourself.


Thank you for stopping by Pam x..








Magnifique !!!!! J'adore !

WOW!!!! Pam this is GORGEOUS!!! NOW, I'm making another list of more things I want! LOL FABULOUS JOB on this!!! ;)JUST GORGEOUS!!!

Hi Pam Beautiful Card it
is gorgeous. Mavis L x

Hi Pam, I love this card, I have never tried one of these folded cards yet !! I adore the Rose Stem die and I adore the backing paper you have used, a truly beautiful card.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Very pretty card, Pam. I love it.

So lovely!

Beautiful card design, I love your color choices and all the little details. Thanks for sharing!

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