Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Stampin' Up! Hydrangea Hill Many Messages Hello

 

Welcome back to another monthly Amy's Inkin’ Krew Team Blog Hop! If this is your first time to join in on our hop, you're in for a treat! Our very talented team is doing a blog hop featuring Stampin’ Up! products. This month we are all creating projects with a “for the girls/ladies” theme. We can interpret that any way we want and I have chosen to think flowers and making draperies!  I’m featuring the Hydrangea Hill Designer Series Paper and the Many Messages Stamp Set with matching die.

My card is a Double Curtain Fold based on a card by Julie DeGuia.

My base (4 1/4" x 5 1/2") is Misty Moonlight with a mat of Highland Heather (4" x 5 1/4") which has been dry embossed with the Dainty Diamonds 3D EF. The Designer Series Paper for the curtain or drapery fold is from Hydrangea Hill DSP 12" x 12". 

I ran a piece of Gorgeous Grape Sheer Ribbon across the fold and mat and secured it on the back with tape then adhered the mat to the base with liquid glue. I had the sentiment on my desk from the Many Messages Stamp Set so all I had to do was sponge the edges with Gorgeous Grape ink.. I adhered it to the ribbon with Stampin' Dimensionals. Three Playing with Patterns Resin Dots finished off the card front. 

If you haven't tried this fold, I hope you'll give it a try. I'm entering my card in Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge April 2021.

Okay, let's get hopping! Click on the "next" button to move forward to Karen's project. Click on the previous button to move back to the project created by Mary. You can also click on each name listed if you prefer.


  1. Leslie Larkin
  2. Tara Carpenter
  3. Jaimie Babarczy
  4. Connie Troyer
  5. Jillian Good
  6. Mary Deatherage
  7. Karen Finkle - you are here!
  8. Karen Ksenzakovic
  9. Akiko Sudano
  10. Terry Lynn Bright
  11. Donna Leonard
  12. Amy Koenders
  13. Krista Yagci
DSP: 10: x 5 3/8", score on the long side at: 1", 1 1/2", 2 1/2", 3", 4", 4 1/2:, 5 1/2", 6", 7:, 7 1/2", 8 1/2" and 9"

Mark the DSP with a pencil on the long sides at 4 1/2" and 5 1/2".

Mark the DSP with a pencil on the short sides at 2 3/16" and 3 3/16 (I know I hate 16ths too!)

Line up the paper to each set of pencil marks in your trimmer to cut a diagonal shape. Cut from the long side to the short side. (4 1/2" to the 2 3/16", then 5 1/2" to 2 3/16"; then 3 3/16" to 4 1/2" and 3 3/16" to 5 1/2") Hope that makes sense!

At the 5 1/2" score, start folding in and then out, then in, then out, etc., until you've reached the end. Do the same at the other side starting at the 4 1/2" score. Be sure to use your bone folder to crease the folds. There are plenty of videos on You Tube to help even though the measurements might be different.






14 comments:

  1. What a pretty drapery fold on your designer paper! Perfect colors too. :)

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  2. Gorgeous Karen :) I just love the curtain fold!! Love the DSP and the ribbon finishes it off perfectly. Have a great day

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  3. Nice card and folds, Karen! (I may have to try this) I especially like your color combo.

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    1. Thank you, Leslie. I hope you do try it and I get to see it!

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  4. Karen, what a pretty fun fold. I need to give it a try! Thanks for sharing the instructions!

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    1. Thank you, Donna. Can't wait to see what you create.

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  5. So pretty, Karen. I like your choice of paper for that feminine drapery fold. TFS

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  6. So pretty - love the peeks of that DSP in the folds of your "drape"! :)

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    1. Thank you...me too. I almost used the peeks side as the main focus. Maybe I'll try that!

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  7. So cool! Lovely colors, I will have to give it a try!

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