Monday, October 28, 2013

Mojo Monday Joy Fold


Happy Monday!
  Boy do I have a lot of things on my To Do List today! 
So let's get right to it....Here are the sketches for today's Mojo Monday card:

 

I don't use many square cards for 2 reasons;
1. Our postal regulations - Square cards are more expensive to mail.
2.   Operation Write Home, to which I send many of my cards, requires A2 cards.
But I decided to go with the square card anyway.

 I had a plan.

Here is my Mojo Monday #317 square card entry:


Now on to the plan.....

A joyfold card (tutorial here at Beccy's Place)  would be a great way to incorporate a sketch for a square card into an A2 card. 
Check it out....
Using an A2 card base you cut a strip off the front of the card and decorate it.  I added some patterned paper to the inside that is exposed when the card is folded.
The square fold card is glued into the left side of the base.  (Important note:  When you make the square card, the fold is on the right side instead of the left!)  I added another strip of patterned paper to the inside of this card too.





I am entering this card in the following challenges:
Send a Smile 4 Kids Challenge - Early Holiday Wishes 4 Kids
Scribble and Scrap Challenge #4 - Always Anything Goes
Gem of a Challenge #103 - More than one fold
My Creative Moments October Wordplay Saturday Challenge - Anything
52 Card Christmas Throwdown October Technique Challenge #22 - Fancy Folds
Aud Sentiments Challenge #92 - Christmas Sentiments
Christmas Cloud Christmas Card Challenge - Traditional or Contemporary Christmas Colors

C.R.A.F.T. Challenge #230 - Recipe Challenge (circles, DP paper,  silver snowflakes, red glitter gel in the snowflakes)




16 comments:

  1. Great card. Love the fold, image and papers. So much fun.

    Thank you for joining us over at the Scribble and Scrap Challenge. Good luck.
    xx

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  2. Hi, Debi! Such a happy, interesting card! Love the fold and your pretty papers. It's so fun visiting your blog to see something new each time. I especially like all your layers, and the fun fold - it must be enjoyable receiving a card like that! TFS today! hugs, de

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  3. Fabulous - you never cease to amaze me with your creative designs! Your card is beautiful and your joy fold is so cool - I must go check out that tutorial. This looks like something I might me able to do LOL.

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  4. Such a fun card! LOVE the great colors and the darling papers! Thanks for joining us at 52CCT! :)

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  5. Fabulous design . Thank you for joining us at Aud Sentiments challenge good luck Ginny ♥

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  6. Great card. Thank you for joining us at CRAFT this week. Jeanette

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  7. This is just gorgeous.Thanks for sharing with us at Scribble and Scrap.xxx

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  8. A fab card, love the fold and papers. Such a jolly Santa too. Thank you for joining us over at Scribble and Scrap, good luck

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  9. What a great, and unusual, fold! Lovely papers and bling - perfect for Christmas. Thanks so much for playing along with 52CCT this week!!

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  10. A lovely project. Thank you for joining us at AGOAC. x

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  11. Such a bright and cheery card Debi, chock full of festive fun! Thanks so much for sharing your fab fancy fold card with us at 52 C}CT! Ruth x

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  12. Lovely multi fold card fab Xmas colours.

    Thanks for sharing with us at AGOAC this wk

    smiles Christine x




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  13. Oh great job! I love how you showed us the way it went together and folded up. A joyful fold card to be sure. Thanks for joining us this week at 52CCT!

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  14. What a gorgeous creation and so clever! Love how it opens up and the fab colours. Thanks for joining in with our Fancy Fold challenge this week at 52 CCT

    Louise xx

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  15. This is lovely...Thank you for sharing with us at Aud Sentiments and good luck

    Caz xx

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  16. Such a beautiful Christmas card. Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments
    Hugs,
    Julie T

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