Saturday, June 29, 2019

Just Us Girls #494 - Wild Card Week

It's Wild Card Week at Just Us Girls and Ina wants us to make a card with a fancy fold.
There are many ways to make a card for this challenge and you'll see a number of them that the Design Team and our guest designer Marlena have made over on the blog.  This is Marlena's last week and I want to thank her for all the terrific cards she has made this month.

I made a bridge card following directions from Jennifer McGuire.
The card base is patterned paper from PB, the 'bridge' is from C9 and the sentiment is from HoneyBee.  I cut the outline from vellum and colored it with DI.  Here's another view.
The card folds flat and fits into a standard A2 envelope.
Now it's your turn,  We'd love to see what kind of fancy fold you use for your card.  If you are chosen Chic of the Week, you could be our next guest designer.


10 comments:

  1. Love this! Going to have to try a bridge card - you have inspired me. I love how all these products from different companies go so perfectly together and your vellum idea is genius!

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  2. Great card Bobby,such sweet florals there too.I have half made a bridge card...must get it finished soon ;) hugs Viv xx

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  3. I've never made one with folds Bobby, but your is fantastic! I like the sweet PP you used!

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  4. WOW! Your bridge card is fabulous! I admit that despite some issues with trying new folding techniques, I rather enjoyed the results! May need to give this one a try!
    hugs~c

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  5. I've never made a bridge card but loving what you have here Bobby. Such pretty paper and your hugs sentiment looks amazing.

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  6. Cute card, and unique design -- I haven't seen the "bridge" card before!

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  7. Sweet, whimsical and oh so pretty, Bobby ... this is just charming! Hugs, Anita :)

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  8. Your paper is perfect for this type of fold! Very pretty~

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  9. Your bridge card is fabulous! Love the vellum to outline the sentiment and the pretty paper you used. You have definitely done Jennifer proud on this beauty!

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