Harvest Hellos with a fun fold

The Harvest Hellos Bundle in the Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalog is one of my top picks!  I absolutely love that the bundle contains a punch.  I love that the punch works for both the apple and the pumpkin stamp in the stamp set.  Today’s card, Harvest Hellos with a fun fold, is a fold I often refer to as the Bonnie fold. Why? Because I often use it when I may be experiencing a slight creative block.


Harvest Hellos with a fun fold


Harvest Hellos bundle #153037


The Details:

To create the fun folded card:

  • cut card stock 4 1/4″ x 11″
  • score at 5 1/2″
  • place the card base with the 11″ along the top and trim off 2 3/4″ x 4 1/4″ piece from one end
  • this piece will be used on the front of the card to hold the apple
  • cut Whisper White 4″ x 5 1/4″ and 2 1/2″ x 4″
  • cut Granny Apple Green 2 1/2″ x 4″
  • emboss with your favorite folder


Assembling your card!

I tend to grab my Stamparatus when I use the Buffalo Check Stamp Set.  It’s become a good habit because as you see, my stamping looks almost perfect!  I even used it to place a small border on the inside of the card.  I made a quick video to show you how I used the Stamparatus.  The Granny Apple Ribbon I made a simple know and placed it around the Whisper White before attaching it to the flap of the card base.



Making your apple!

Stamp and punch 4 apples.  I made a pumpkin one on a tag and have a quick video to share. I love creating the 3D image!  It really pops and it can be flattened and placed into an envelope to mail!



Weekend is here!

I hope you find some time to craft this weekend.  I can’t wait to share some more!  Head over to my online store to grab your favorite Stampin’ Up! supplies.

Happy Stampin’


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