Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Fold Over Flap Card Tutorial and BLOG CANDY!

Contest is now closed. Winner is # 274---
Tina said... Great card, thanks for sharing the tutorial! Also, congrats on making the Dirty Dozen, what an amazing accomplishment. Thanks for the chance to win!!

Finally...here is an easy tutorial for the Fold Over Flap Card I designed a few months ago. Here is the card I originally posted. Today, I will show you step-by-step how to create this easy design.

What you will need:
Folded over piece of cardstock (This will be your card base. Mine is 5" by 5" but you can make it any size you want.)
Two pieces of decorative paper (cut to the same size as your card. Mine are 5")
One long oval, scalloped oval, rectangle or scalloped rectangle. (This can be cut with dies or simply cut with a paper cutter. For this sample, I used a long scalloped rectangle.)
Another shape of your choice (I used a scalloped oval.)
An image, stamped and colored.
Scor-Pal (optional but recommended)
Scor-Mat (optional but recommended)
Adhesive
Ribbon
Eyelet
Cropadile


Here are my paper supplies. I actually changed the image I used a bit (I thought it was too dark for the other colors I used) but that will not affect the directions:



Score the long piece so that there is a small flap that will adhere to the inside of the card. (Since I used a rectangle shape and so that is what is pictured below--you see the reverse side!)
Tip: Hold your long piece up to the card to determine how much you want to overlap on the front side. Keep in mind that there will be an image that will be placed on top so leave space for it!


Next, open up your card. Find the center of the inside. This is one of the fabulous uses of the Scor-Mat. I easily can find the center of the card by lining up the card on the grid lines and counting the blocks......I know exactly where to adhere the flap this way.


Tape the flap to the center of the inside. Note: You will be placing adhesive on the top side of the cardstock because it will fold over the front and the top side will be showing on front too. (This will make sense when you see the next picture.)


Here is the adhered flap. Note that this is the inside of the card. You see the back of the flap because when you close the front of the card, the flap will fold over and it will show the "right" side of the designer paper.


Here is the flap folded over the front:


Next, open up the card and adhere one of the designer papers that you have cut out to the inside of the card (to cover up the adhered flap!)

Tip: Cut the width of this designer paper a tad thinner to allow the card to fold easily.


Then, attach the other piece of designer paper to the front of the card. (I added some scored grid lines created with the Scor-Pal to mine.)


Attach an eyelet to the edge of the flap and thread a ribbon through the eyelet. Wrap the ribbon around the back of the card and tie.


Adhere whatever shape you want over the flap (on the right side)....take care to only adhere the piece to the flap and not to the front of the card so that the flap will open.



Attach whatever image you want to use over the oval (or whatever shape you chose.) I used a Magnolia stamp. I kept this card design very basic so that you can see the design very clearly.

Here is a picture of the card when it is open. You can see the image still because the flap unwraps when you untie the ribbon!


Thanks for your patience---I know I took a long time to get this posted!

BLOG CANDY: So....how about a Scor-Mat to one lucky person, courtesy of the wonderful Diana (the Scor-Pal lady!) You are gonna love this valuable tool that allows you to leave your Scor-Pal out on your desk as the ultimate work station.

You have until Monday, January 19, 2009 at 8:00 a.m. CST to post a comment on this entry. Random.Cara will select a winner! (As always, subscribers are welcome to post two times. Be honest and only post once if you do not subscribe!) Thank you so much to all of you who faithfully read My Blog!

Thanks for stopping by!

335 comments:

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Robin said...

I love your flap card, thanks for the tutorial!

Woohoo! a chance (well, two actually!) to win a scor-mat! I have a Scor-Pal, so the mat would definitely be a welcome addition.

Robin said...

Here's my second comment!

Once again, thank you for the opportunity to win a Scor-Mat.

Jingle said...

This is such a cute card! And a Great giveaway!

Jingle said...

I subscribe!

StampinCathy said...

This card is just adorable. Great and easy to follow tutorial. Wow a Scor-Pal. Count me in! Thanks for a chance.

StampinCathy said...

Whooo Hooo! I get a second chance for the sweet giveaway. Thanks for sharing your creative and inspiring talent with us in blogland.

Sue said...

Whoo-hoo, I subscribe. Two chances to win the blog candy. I love coming to your blog, Cammie.

Michelle said...

oh!! i love your flap card and have already saved it in my fav tutorial file...thinking i'll give it a try this weekend..
and the blog candy?? id be thrilled to win that and use it with my scor-pal!
thank for this opportunity to win... and also for a fantastic tutorial!

Sue said...

Thanks so much for posting the tutorial for your flap card, Cammie. I hope you know how appreciative your readers are that you are willing to share your expertise with the rest of us! Thank you!!!

Sue said...

Thanks so much for posting the tutorial for your flap card, Cammie. I hope you know how appreciative your readers are that you are willing to share your expertise with the rest of us! Thank you!!!

heidi said...

A Scor-Mat would be a great tool to have. I have a scor-pal and use it frequently. Thanks for the opportunity and for sharing your creativity with us wannabes.

kngwd89 said...

This is a well written and easy to follow tutorial. I appreciate such clear directions and am eager to make this card. Thank you for the tutorial and for an opportunity to win a score mat. What a great deal!

kellygrl27 said...

Cammie.... your tutorial is great! I actually think I can make one of these cards! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

kellygrl27 said...

I get your blog delivered to my inbox everyday! I love starting my days with you! THanks for the second opportunity!

Julie (Joypup on SCS) said...

Cammie, I am in a very scary spot right now, caring for two parents with health issues and 3500 miles away from my dear family (small kids and DH) and getting your blog is a blessing. Thanks, and in addition to a chance to win, I hope that folks who read this will say prayers for health to Len and Joan... thanks! (and I could use a prayer, too...)
Julie

Julie (Joypup on SCS) said...

second posting for subscribing!

debra said...

Great tutorial on the flap card and thanks for the chance to win a scor mat etc, not sure what this is but sounds useful
Debra

Aunt T said...

Thanks for the tutorial - as always your projects rock! Thanks for the chance to win a Scormat too :)

Teresa

Aunt T said...

Yay - I get to post two comments as I subscribe to your blog? How sweet is that!

Thank you.

Teresa

Nancy said...

I'll have to try that wonderful flap card, such a great idea! But I will need that scor-pal ;)
Thanks for the chance to win!

Leslie said...

I have to try your card today! So Cute. I hope I win the mat also. Have a fun day!

Donna said...

I love this flap card. I'll have to try this one. Doesn't the Scor-Pal make things much easier! Thanks for the chance to win!
Hugs,
Donna

Melody (lacyquilter) said...

Great tutorial, Cammie.

Dawn@Embracing the Ordinary Life said...

What fun. I am trying to expand my basic cardmaking...and this little tool looks like it would definetly help.

Thanks for the tutorial...I'm definetly a break it down kind of girl.

Melody (lacyquilter) said...

I would love a scor-mat. Thanks for the chance to win.

Barb (GrandmaUpNorth) said...

Loved your tutorial. It's clear - I'm going to try this one! Thanks too for the opportunity to win!

Barb(GrandmpUpNorth) said...

I subscribe - so this is my second comment. I had to laugh at your "baby" picture blog yesterday. I'm one of nine, and I know what you mean! My youngest sisters have EMPTY baby books! I think one even used hers for one of her children!

Terri E. said...

What a fun card. I have never made a card like that.

It's a good life!
Terri E.

Cheryl said...

Great card and thanks for the instructions!

Cheryl said...

Here's my second post. I used to subscribe through Feedblitz but when I had problems receiving the emails from them, I changed to Google Reader. Hope that counts as subscribing.

Megan said...

I've been looking at the Scor Mat--this would be a great win. Your card is LOVELEY! I love the fold.

Colleen said...

Thank you so much for the tutorial, very helpful and what a beautiful card.

Thank you.

Lynda K said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. The Magnolia image is adorable!

Molly B said...

What a super tutorial. Thanks! -Molly B

Molly B said...

I subscribe to your blog and I love it. Have a great day. Thanks again. -Molly B

Charlene Waymire said...

What a cute card! And thank you so much for showing the steps of how to create it.

Pegg S said...

Great tutorial - I can definitely try to attempt it :)! It makes the card so extra special! Thanks for taking the time !

Erin Smetak said...

1st comment!

I love your tutorial Cammie! I'll have to try this sometime. Once I saw the finished card, it all came together and made sense!

Erin Smetak said...

2nd comment!

I'm so glad that you used the Scor-Mat because I have been reading about it from others, but never actually saw what it looked like!

Thanks for a chance to win one!

Chris Scrappin and Stampin in Texas said...

Another awesome card and tutorial. Are you staying warm? This crazy cold front lately. We need to get together soon. I have been to Austin and around you 3 times...I need to get your numbers again. chris

Jamie said...

Thanks for the tutorial Cammie, I love thes card.

Karen said...

Thanks bunches for the tutorial. I know they are time consuming but so helpful to view pictures instead of just writing. Thanks also for the chance to win.

Amy Johnson said...

I'm not sure if my first post worked, so I'm trying again. Thanks for the tutorial! Its a fabulous card fold!

Julie said...

Hi Cammie, love your flap card, can't wait to try it myself. :)

lovetostamp said...

I love your flap card and will be making one today. Thank you for the easy to follow tutorial. I have a Scor Pal and would love to win the Scor Mat. Thank you for a chance to win.

Jo said...

Thanks Cammie for the turorial and the chance to win some blog candy. I would love the Scor Mat to go with my Scor Pal.

Anonymous said...

Wow Cammie I love that card... simple yet gorgeous! I just got a Scor Pal for christmas, so a mat would be a great addition to it!!!
Thanks for the opportunity!
Diane Cooper

diane7@rogers.com

lovetostamp said...

I do subscribe to your blog and always look forward to seeing your updates each day. Thanks for a second chance to win.

Anonymous said...

2 Chances to win! Woo hoo! Thanks again Cammie for the great giveaway! (I said everyhting else in my first post!)
Diane Cooper

diane7@rogers.com

Elaine A said...

Cammie -
What a lovely card. And thank you so much for the tutorial. It is nice to have a different design from the regular fold in half cards. This is one I will put into use.

Thanks - Elaine Allen

Chris said...

Great tutorial and it's on my "try it out Saturday list" .Thanks for the photos. It makes it clear to follow the step of the directions.
Thanks so much!

Carla said...

Sweet tutorial, Cammie! I love how simple it is, yet your card turned out looking impressive! These are the kinds of designs we can all use!

Chris said...

I'm a subscriber and so I'm back again. You inspire all of us!

Carla said...

I hope I'm doing this right! I'm posting twice because your posts always come to my email-I think that's what you mean by subscribers! So if FeedBlitz doesn't count, disregard this second post!!

JenMarie said...

Ohh, I love your sweet card!!

JenMarie said...

I'm a subscriber!

riggy said...

Thanks so much for the tutorial, Cammie and for a chance to win such a great blog candy. WOW!

marilyn said...

Love that card - thanks for sharing the tutorial with us. Love the blog candy - what a wonderful tool!

marilyn said...

Love that card - thanks for sharing the tutorial with us. Love the blog candy - what a wonderful tool!

riggy said...

I'm a subscriber too, so here's hoping.. again, thanks for this great chance!

clbayens101@yahoo.com said...

I love this card!!! I hope I'm selected!

clbayens101@yahoo.com said...

I'ma suscriber too, please let me be selected!!! :)

Crafty Engineering said...

Great tutorial Cammie! Thanks so much for sharing!

Marilyn Hitterman said...

I love these tutorials, Cammie! Keep 'em coming. I sure would love to win this Scor-Pal!! I've wanted one for soooo long...
I never knew that subscribers could enter 2 comments! Has this been the rule for long? Your blog is one of my daily mainstays. I must always learn something, and I thank you.

Crafty Engineering said...

My second entry because I am a faithful subscriber of your blog (through a reader..that counts right?)

Marilyn Hitterman said...

I'm entering my second comment in the hopes of winning the Scor-Pal. Thanks so very much, Cammie, for having this give-away for such a special papercrafting tool!! Please, Please pick me!

Cheri Mosgrove said...

Hi Cammie! I think I'm going to have to break down and buy a Scor-Pal!!! Great tutorial. . . thanks for showing it! I think I'll make one of these cards next!

Cheri Mosgrove said...

I'm a subscriber!! :-)

Suzanne said...

Thank you for this wonderful tutorial. I will definitely give this card a try. Love your site and so glad I don't miss a one of your posts though I don't often comment.

Suzanne said...

I am a subscriber and sure would love the scor mat.....it would give me a real reason to purchase a scor pal! Not just the I want one reason.

janet d. said...

Cute project! I am going to try that TODAY!! Thanks for the chance for the goodies!

Ifat Art said...

Great tutorial!
Goes right into my favorites!

Thanks for the chance!

IfatArt

Ifat Art said...

Of course I'm subscribed! and I LOVE it!

Great tutorial!
Goes right into my favorites!

Thanks for the chance!

IfatArt

Lynette said...

Thanks much for the tutorial, Cammie! And thanks, too, for the opportunity to win the Scor-Mat. I have thought about getting one, and haven't. But it would sure be WONDERFUL to own one!

Starla said...

OOOO!! Somehow I missed the first card! Thanks for the tutorial. I will have to give this a try!!
I just got a scor-pal....(yeah, I'm the last one on the bus!!) A mat would be great to add to it!!

Darlene L said...

Thanks for the great pictorial. I love it when photos are included--I so one of those visual persons. Thanks too for the Scor-Mat offer--I have the Scor-Pal and love, love it.

Brenda said...

Love your card. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial.

Darlene L said...

Here's my second entry for being a subscriber. Thanks again for the 1st and 2nd chances.

Brenda said...

My second comment as I am subscribed through my reader, hope that counts. I love your blog and look forward to your posts and seeing all your beautiful creations. Thank you for the chance to win a scor-mat.

bubbles32 said...

I just love your blog. Thank you for sharing your talent with us all. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

Debbi
bubbles32@shaw.ca

Heather "Hev" said...

Thankyou for sharing your tutorial - clever idea with the little flap - may have to try it soon!!

Thank you for the chance to win also

Have a fabulous day :)

Ashley said...

This is an awesome tutorial and thanks for the chance to win!

sarita said...

what a great idea for a card - and i love the pics!! thank you for the opportunity to win a sco pal!

Karolyn Loncon said...

Hi Cammie! Don't enter me in the blog candy - I already have a Scor-Mat and LOVE IT!! But I wanted you to know that your project is OUTSTANDING! I don't know how I missed your original card, but it, too, just melted my little heart. What a fun and unique way to make a card. I love how you created that diagonal grid on the front of the card and your littlel Magnolia is just precious. Thank you for sharing all your hard work with us. And thank you, again, for your kind comments on my altered berry basket blog entry. My heart skipped a beat . . . you made my day. Have a great day!!

Deborah Anton said...

Great tutorial!

specialcraftmom4 said...

Oh I just LOVE this card!!! I am going to try this today (: Love the tutorial too! Thanks (:

Ila said...

Your card is Gorgeous!! Thanks so much for a Great tutorial and a chance to win a Scor mat!!

Wendi K said...

I love this idea for a card..

Thanks for this chance to win a scor=mat

Wendi K said...

Awesome...another chance to win a scor mat as a subscriber.

Thanks Cammie

Jess said...

awesome tutorial and great card!!

Kerry J. said...

Gorgeous card!! Thanks for the tutorial and for the chance to win!

Kerry J. said...

And one more cause I subscribe through Google Reader - Thanks!!

mitch47 said...

What a cute card, and a very detailed tutorial. This makes it so much easier when I attempt your technique. I love doing different to cards, and this fits the bill nicely. Thanks for the chance to win also.

Lorie said...

What a great tutorial. I love that type of card! What fun blog candy...thanks for a chance!

Linda said...

Love your tutorials Cammie! TFS:)

Deb Neerman said...

Ahh, as usual, you make it look so easy! Can't wait to create one ... and thanks for the tutorial, Cammie!

I'm a subscriber, so I'll be back later to post my second entry.

~Hugs, Deb

rachelsigmak said...

Awesome tutorial! It turned out wonderful!

Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

Fabulous tutorial! I think I can do it!

Denise ~ Paper Ponderings said...

I subscribe and I appreciate the extra chance!

peggy w said...

That is a great idea. I would have never have thought of that on my own. Thanks for the idea and the contest.

Michelle (mla1111) said...

Love your flap card, great tutorial. Thanks for the chance to win.

Michelle (mla1111) said...

One more comment - I subscribe to yoru blog & follow through google reader. thanks!!

Alyssa said...

Great card! Thanks for the tutorial and the chance! :o)

Alyssa said...

I'm a subscriber, so here's my second entry. I'm crossing my fingers...

mudmaven said...

This card is just adorable! Thanks for the nice detailed instructions too! You're the best. ~chris

mudmaven said...

I'm a subscriber (via Google Reader - does that count?) ~chris

Susan G said...

Thanks for the tutorial. That would make a nice Valentine card idea for my hubby. Now just to get busy and get it done! Thanks for the chance at the Score-Mat.

Basement Stamper said...

Cammie: Great tutorial!

Susan G said...

I'm a subscriber so thanks for a second chance to win a Scor-Mat.

Basement Stamper said...

Thanks for the chance to win the Scor-mat. I got the Scor-pal for Christmas (love it!)...need the scor-mat now.

Mary Duffek said...

love your card! I will have to try a fold over card. Thanks for a chance to win! I've been eyeing the scor-pal mats and haven't taken the plunge yet. Many Blessings! mary

Parker and Emma's Mom said...

Great tutorial. I've never made one of those before.

Lisa Beckner said...

Thanks for the tutorial on your lovely card. I'll add it to my very long list of things I want to try this year!

jules p said...

This is a neat card. Thanks so much for the tutorial (step-by-step) for it. I really needed it.

Lisa Beckner said...

And here's my second comment. I've been a subscriber for quite a long time and never realized that we could enter twice! Thanks for the chance to win a Scor-Mat!

jules p said...

oohhh thanks for the blog candy offer. very nice!

Shannan said...

great project! can't wait to try this one...and thanks for the opportunity to win a Scor-Mat!

scrappyhappyglenda said...

I keep forgetting there is other ways to make cards. Guess I need to get out of the rut. I love my scor pal.. so the scor mat would be gratefully appreciated. Hope to get the winning notification soon. glenda

Faith said...

Thank You, Thank You, Thank You, What a Great Project!!! I think I can do this... Thanks also for a chance to win the mat...

Faith

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

This is just as cute as can be Cammie!! Love those mags!! :) Great tutorial!! Thanks so much for the chance!! :)

Lori A. said...

Thank you for the tutorial! I can't wait to try this. Thanks for the chance to win. :)

Shannon said...

Adorable card!! And an amazing giveaway!!

Lori A. said...

Thanks for a second chance to win. I'm definately a subscriber!

H. said...

Cute idea, as always!

H. said...

Thanks for the second chance, I subscribe and love your blog! :-)

Stephanie Smith said...

I love this card, it is very interactive yet simple to make. I think I might be able to handle this one. Thanks for the chance to get the Scor Pal!

Janet said...

Thanks for the tutorial. I love your card--well, I love all your creations. You are very talented. Thanks for sharing.

LisaV said...

I Love the card. I will have to attempt making one like that, what a neat idea

mspiggy7 said...

Another great tutorial! Thanks. I always enjoy seeing your new ideas.-Marlene

sarahw said...

Thanks so much for the tutorial on how to make this card. I am going to give it a try. :)

Donna said...

Great card! This is my second post since I am a subscriber. Love your blog and thanks for all the ideas!

Marisa said...

Fun flip card. Going to have to try one of those - would be a fun Valentine card for DH or my kids. Thanks for the chance to win too :)

Marisa said...

Twice Lucky...? Let's hope so :)

Maylee said...

What a cute card and thanks for the tutorial and chance to win!

Denise said...

Fantastic tutorial, I can't wait to try it!

Shelia said...

Thank you so much for the tutorial. Used to I had time to research things out for myself. The tutorial eliminates that step for me, and I am very appreciative of that. Also thanks for the chance at the scorepad. That is a nice bonus.

smilin4u2 said...

Loved the tutorial. What a special card. I have always wanted a Score-mat(pal) but couldn't afford one. OOOOOH I hope I win.

Sara said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. Can't wait to give it a try. Great blog candy too. I just got a Scor-Pal and I would love to have a Scor-Mat as well.

ubeestampin said...

Cammie, Cute card. Thanks for the instructions. You're awesome. I subscribed to receive your updates. Thanks.
Judy, in sunny Arizona

Lynette said...

Since I think it would be really awesome to have a Scor-Mat (and since I do subscribe!) I am going to leave another comment! Thanks for a great blog.

Chrissy said...

Oh I've been dieing for one of these!! Thank You!!

Reality Show Reject said...

That's a great card, Cammie!! Thanks for sharing! And thanks for the blog candy. I really think I need a Scor Pal!! Thanks for the chance to win!

Reality Show Reject said...

And I'm a subscriber!! Thanks again!

Melinda said...

Thank you for the tutorial! And thanks for the chance to win a scor mat. I just got my scor pal at Christmas & I'm wondering how I ever made anything without it. :)

Scrapycandy said...

I'm fascinated by the card. And the other day I found myself staring at baby Cammie layout...it is so striking! Anyway, love your blog and I try to visit as often as possible.

Dolce Deb's Designs said...

Cammie thank you so much for a wonderful tutorial you are always so generous with you talents. I hope you have a great day and TFS.

Debbie/Phx AZ

Dolce Deb's Designs said...

Ok this is my second comment I want to thank you for the chance to win some candy. Again have a great day Cammie.

Debbie/Phx AZ

Melody said...

Thanks Cammie. I made this card when you first posted it. Loved the results and will definitely make it again. Thanks for the chance to win!

Sara said...

Great tutorial. I have yet to make a card like that. =) And, I have never posted a tutorial either. I'm inspired. Thanks for the chance to win.
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Sara said...

Here's my second comment. What a treat...and just because I subscribe. =)
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Kit said...

Great tutorial Cammie, i will definately be giving this a go.
I also loved your simple to follow Pisma pencil tutorial so thanks for that also

I would love the chance to recieve a scor mat, so count ,e in :)

Kit x

Kimberly said...

What a darling card!! Fabulous tutorial!! Thanks for sharing!!!!!
(don't put me in your drawing :))

Carolyn said...

Thanks so much for the tutorial, and for sharing the card, and blog candy.

ceashark at aol dot com

carolyn s

Rita said...

I luv this card! Thanks so much for doing a tutorial! I'm going to have to try this one out soon!

Ashley said...

thanks for the chance to win blog candy. That card turned out super cute!!

Ashley said...

and for the second chance too!!!

SusanR said...

Great tutorial - I might have to try a card like that for my next club meeting. My ladies all like different types of cards. Your directions are always so easy to follow. Thanks!

SusanR said...

Just subscribed to your blog - don't know why I didn't do that long ago as I'm always stopping by. Here's my second entry - thanks for the chance to win!

Christi said...

This tutorial is fantastic!! I am definitely going to have to try it out! Thanks for the chance at a Scor Mat! I have been wanting one for awhile and still haven't taken the plunge. :)

Rose Ann said...

***Please don't put my name in on the candy*** but I wanted to say that I LOVE your awesome card!!! Thanks for the wonderful tutorial!!

dpkennedy said...

This is adorable! Great tutorial...you make it look so easy! Thanks Cammie!!

dpkennedy said...

I'm posting twice for this blog candy!!!

The Larsen's said...

This is great! I am going to try it now! Thanks for the chance to win.
k

Paula said...

Thank You for the tutorial. I had to stop what I was doing and try this flap car. Turned out pretty darn cute if I say so myself. What fun. Again Thanks.

Pamela said...

Cute card. Thanks for a chance for some blog candy.

Have a great day.

pscole3467 at gmail dot com

Pamela said...

I subscribe via google reader.

Thanks for a chance to win.

pscole3467 at gmail dot com

Shi said...

Always look forward to your posts!

Shi said...

This card is so cute! Thanks for such great tuts and the chance to win!

Amypcd K. said...

Thanks for the great tutorial. What a beautiful and fun design. Thanks for the chance to win a Scor-mat!

Vicky Gould said...

Thanks for this awesome tutorial, Cammie. Your card is sooo cute!

The Crazy Life of a Navy Wife said...

Thanks for the tutorial!!!! What a great card!

Judi said...

Very nice! Thanks for the tutorial and a chance to win a Scor-Mat.

Jennie said...

Love this tutorial...I will have to try it. Thanks for the chance at the blog candy, I would love a mat :o)

Judi said...

Here's my second entry since I'm a subscriber. I'm crossing my fingers.

Charmaine (CharmWarm) said...

Cammie, this is adorable! I LOVE this cool fold!

Debby said...

such a lovely card and great tutorial ,thanks!

Debby

peggy wainman said...

thanks for the tutorial,the chance to win!

Kimmy said...

Great tutorial! I can't wait to give it a try. You always do such lovely work. ~ Kimmy

Ginny said...

I love this, thanks for the tutorial!

Anonymous said...

What a cute card and awesome giveaway!
Cheers
Anna D

Judi 'Stamparooni' said...

It is such a treat to see new things to do with my scor-pal!It's SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO awesome I can't imagine anything that could improve it - but I'm going to throw my hat in the ring and hope I get to win a mat so I can be even more impressed with it!

Happy stampin!

Annabelle said...

Love the tutorial, can't wait to give it a try. Thanks for the chance to win.

Harriet Skelly (SCS hskelly) said...

Thanks for the tutorial Cammie! I'd love to win a score mat!

Harriet Skelly (SCS hskelly) said...

Your card is so cute BTW (this is my second post) Hee Hee!

Terri said...

Cool card. Thanks for the tutorial and the chance to win on of these.

Mollie said...

What an adorable card idea! I need to try not only the fold over card, but scoring grid lines with my Scor-Pal:o)

Alex said...

Oooh, I adore that card, soooo cute!! Thanks for the awesome tutorial, need to give this a try, I love the design!! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Whimsey said...

Oh, oh, oh, pick me, pick me. LOL I so need the Scor-Mat; love my Scor-Pal; but it needs it's friendly mat.

:D

Whimsey said...

Subscriber - 2nd post.

Thanks for the chance to win!

reflections:0) said...

Great card!


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Anonymous said...

Thank you for your tutorials. For those of us who are newer stampers, it really helps us! I would love to have a Scor-Mat. I purchased the Scor-Pal a few months ago. It is a necessity for card making and paper projects!

jmgeisler

Sheila H said...

I just purchased a Scor-pal. This tutorial will give me a chance to practice using. Thanks for all the great tutorials and blog candy.

Sheila H said...

I just purchased a Scor-pal. This tutorial will give me a chance to practice using. Thanks for all the great tutorials and blog candy.

Tracey said...

Thanks for the tutorial Cammie!! This is fabulous!! And thanks for the chance at the giveaway!

Tracey said...

Here is my second post because I am a subscriber through Google Reader. Love your blog!!

Anonymous said...

I will be using your flap card instructions to make my valentine cards this year. Can you just envision how pretty in pink it'll be. Thanks for sharing. MarilynY
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6 wacky women said...

Adorable card, Cammie.
TFS your wonderful tutorial.

I have left something on my blog for you.

Karen x

leenda said...

I need to try this unique card. Thanks for the tutorial!

leenda said...

I subscribe, therefore I pester you again w/another entry for a chance to win something that I do not own!!

Linda from Vegas said...

I love this card! I love all the new ideas I see every time you post.
Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

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