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>> Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Hi Everyone!   
Jennifer E. posting here today to remind you that it's time to start thinking of the next holiday now that Halloween is over. I'm sharing a Thanksgiving card with you today that has a unique fold.  No worries though, the finished card size is still 5.5" x 4.25"! 

The top flap on the front of my card was created using the Wonderful As You Thanksgiving Greeting (216g).  I wanted this to be the focal point of my card, so I used a decorative Nestability die to show it off. I sponged the inside of the die with brown ink and then used a fine point marker to outline the inside edge.  Then I stamped the sentiment with brown ink.  The background of this top flap was decorated with the Silhouette Branch Background (363H). I matted it with dark brown cardstock and then added orange ribbon and a button tied with orange embroidery floss.

This picture reveals how the card opens.  there's a fold on both the right and left sides of the card. As you can see, I decorated the orange cardstock on the middle flap with the Woven Plaid stamp (613p) and 2 brown brads.  As a final touch, I added some cardstock layers to the inside of the card so that there was a space to write a personal message. 

Thanks for stopping by and enjoy your day! 



Karin said...

I love this fun fold Jennifer and the colors and papers you created are the perfect fit for a Thanksgiving card!

Sue said...

I love this!! The unusual fold is great and I love all the fall colors! I also love how you lined the nestie with the pen - really sets off the greeting!

Shelia said...

Great Thanksgiving card, Jennifer!! Beautiful fall colors & fun fold!!

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

This is terrific, Jennifer! I love the bkgds you created and your fold is just fabulous. Wonderful Thanksgiving card!

Janett said...

Wow Jennifer, this is so beautiful. Great backgrounds and I love the fold.

Kecia said...

What a great fold card. I'm loving the plaid you created. Looks wonderful!

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