Tuesday, November 28, 2023

Double Flap Christmas Card

  I'm up on the Stamp Simply blog today sharing this double-flap Christmas card.  I created a patriotic version of this card earlier this year, and thought it would be fun to do a holiday one as well. 

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 This card is kind of like a card within a card! When you open the first layer you see the above sentiment which lifts up to reveal the interior where you can write your message.

  Here are the measurements for each layer:

Card is a regular A2 size - 4.25" x 5.5" 

The front panel is trimmed to measure 2.5"  long x 4.25" wide

The front flap is 4.25" long x 3" wide

The inside card measures 4.75" long x  3.5" wide

Supplies and tools from Stamp Simply: 

 Other Supplies:

  • Arteza Real Brush Pens
  • Vintage Photo Distress Ink (Ranger)
  • Versafine Clair Fallen Leaves Ink

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Betty said...

neat card, Esther - will have to give that technique a go - love your cardinal and wreath - such a great Christmas card! thanks for joining us at TicTacToe this week!

Heather said...

This is just so stunning, Esther - glorious! Love the double flap, too, what an amazing design! Your inside layers are just as perfect as that beautiful outside, too - truly lovely! Thanks so much for playing at Sunday Stamps!

Conniecrafter said...

Beautiful, I love the bird in the wreath, like how each flap has it's own special image!

dj said...

Beautiful!! So much great detail!! Thanks for joining the fun and playing along with our "Warm Winter Wishes" color challenge over at Sunday Stamps!! I love the detailed scene you created using our color palette!!
-Deb Horst, DT #SSC323

Kate said...

A stunning card Esther! Fabulous wreath image and your cardinal looks quite at home! Your fabulous mix of patterned papers lend it such a rustic feel! And wow, what a fab fold - a card within a card within a card! Thanks for sharing with us at Time Out Challenges! Hope we’ll see more of you again soon!
Hugs, Kate (DT Time Out Challenges)!

Annette Elliott said...

Wow, I am drooling over your beautiful creation! It is absolutely stunning! Thanks so much for playing along with challenge #323 at Sunday Stamps! :)