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Sunday, May 26, 2013

Bendi Fold Card


Bibiana over at Splitcoast Stampers has a great tutorial on how to make the Bendi Fold Card!   Her card is beautiful!  I thought I would give it a try.  I used a couple of Memory Box dies for the deer at the front and the tree at the back.  The fence is from Sizzix.  I really love the 3D effect it gives the card.  I have decided to make cards up ahead of the time I need them- instead of running around trying to come up with an idea for a card- that I would need right away!  So this card is for a Birthday but I will add the sentiment later.    Here is the link to Bibiana's card and tutorial-

http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/resources/tutorials/bendifold/

Here are a few more pictures of my card-


This picture shows one side of the card open.  The tabs keeps the card closed.  



You can see with both sides open- There is plenty of room to add a sentiment and more!  You could even use the back of the card!


These cards will fold easily and slide right into an envelope!  I am thinking I might try another Bendi Fold Card.   I love the name of this style of card, too!!  It' is easy to remember! 


6 comments:

  1. What a beautiful card! I saw the link on SCS but didn't open it because I have to mail all my cards. I had no idea this would also lay flat for mailing. Thanks for displaying that..will now have to try my hand at creating a Bendi fold.

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  2. Really cute! I love that it looks great open AND closed!

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  3. Can't wait to give this new fold a try! Great design! Love the house and the deer! Thanks for sharing it!

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  4. It looks great. What a different fold. I hope to be able to try it soon, but I am swamped with wedding invitations...Love the deer.

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  5. Hi Chris:
    Love it love it....and how quick you did it...your house is adorable and I like all the deers, the flowers...just so pretty...I am glad that I could share something that I had learned and see how people get their own interpretation...I really like it...thanks a lot for playing along...
    keep in touch
    bibiana

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  6. Chris,

    Fantastic card! I just love the 3D effect and those Memory Box dies. A beautiful creation for a lucky person.

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