The Lattice Fold Tutorial can be found on YouTube.
I wanted to do a fall card as well, so I grabbed my Simon Says Explore Nature Stamps and Dies. I used Distress Oxides to double stamp these pretty leaves and cut them out with the matching dies. Some are added straight to the paper and some are popped.
The paper comes from Paper Pink & Main Pumpkin Spice 6x6 paper pack, and I added some Nuvo Drops in clear and orange. The sentiment comes from the same Simon Says set.
I kept the fun side fold white for a day as I debated as to whether or not I should add color. Color won. Here's what the inside, undecorated, looks like:
This looks a bit complicated, but was really easy to do.
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you'll take a look at the Three Amigos Blog Challenge for more inspiration.
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Wow!!! This is AWESOME! I am loving the way that opens!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Julie. This is my first one and I think it would really be better on a "pretty" card in whites, like a lattice fence. But, it was really fun to create.Delete
Oh, wow, that is gorgeous! It looks terribly complicated, so leave it to you to figure it all out! WOW!ReplyDelete
It truly is super easy, Janet, but thank you :)Delete
What a sweet fold and I love the Fall Colors. So Pretty!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much, Donna!Delete
Wow wow wow! SO beautiful and so cool! Thanks for playing along with us at Three Amigos!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Lisa. It was a fun card to do!Delete
Oh, Jean, this fold is so cool! I love the abstract leaf design and the added color on your lattice! I'm going to look for that tutorial now! Thank you for sharing with us at Three Amigos Blog Hop Challenges!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Susan. It is a fun fold to learn!Delete