Everything I used to make my card is current, or will be current I should say, with the exception of the designer series paper that I purchased from the Stampin' Up! clearance rack, so if you are purchasing anything from Stampin' Up! be sure to check out those clearance rack items.
I began by first stamping my image and then cutting it out using my framelits and my big shot. I cut out a larger pretty in pink layer and then I ran that through my big shot using my finial press embossing folder. Then I colored my image using my SU markers and layered it using dimensionals. The stamp I used on my card is from the Outlined Occasions stamp set and it is a new Sale-a-bration set that won't be available until Jan. 24th (so you're getting a sneak peek).
My red designer series paper was scored every 1/4" using my simply score tool and then I folded the paper back and forth. I used my paper piercing tool to place mini glue dots where the folds of my dsp meets my card base.
To adhere my sentiment layer onto my accordion folded dsp I used mini glue dots and placed them where the folds of the paper meet my pretty in pink layer. Using a paper piercing tool comes in real handy for this because once you touch the glue dots they aren't as sticky.
The top part of my pretty in pink layer was adhered using stacked dimensionals. I'll see if I can get a photo of this so that you know what I am talking about. Here's a photo of my stacked dimensionals-
Thanks so much for stopping by! I'm off to get my house straightened up and start supper. Have a great day!
Stamps: Outlined Occasions
Card Stock: Real Red, Pretty in Pink, White, Retired- SU Designer Series Paper
Ink: Black Stazon
Supplies: Twine, Mini Clothespin, Curly Label Punch, Simply Score Tool, Labels Collection Framelits, Big Shot, Finial Press Embossing Folder, SU Markers- real red & pretty in pink, Dimensionals, Glue Dots
Technique: Paper Folding, Dry Embossing