Folios

Papericious Flip Folio (Saturated Canary)

Hello everyone,

I made this Flip folio today because I really didn’t want to miss our participating in some of the exciting challenges. I bet my entry is going to be the last in most of the challenges I am entering this project in. (Last min as always)

I have used Papericious papers and their flowers in the front panel.

I bought this cute Saturated Canary stamp recently and couldnt wait to use it. I however had a tough time getting a crisp and nice image after inking it with versa as it was a rubber stamp. After multiple tries, I settled for this! 🙂

Take a look!!!

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Here is the inside:

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I am linking this to Papericious India July Challenge TIC- TAC-TOE.

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I have chosen the center Column- Pattern Paper, Flower and their lovely Sequins are used in the front panel.

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I am also linking this project to Double D challenge “Black and white with a pop of colour“. I mainly stuck to using only black, white and pink for this particular challenge 🙂 I totally loved this theme!!

The other Challenges I am linking this to are:

Scrappyland Challenge 70- I have used Sizzix die to cut out the stamped image.

Stamping sensation- Anything with flowers– I have flowers embellished in my project.

Paper creator- Anything Goes

One crazy Stamper inc– Anything Goes

Daisy Chain– Floral

Creative Inspirations– Anything goes

Thank you so much for stopping by!! 🙂

Your comments are much appreciated!

Love

Nabeela

Folios

Flip Folio

It was wonderful making this flip folio for the first ever time.
Quick and easy with catchy patterned papers makes a wonderful gift.

I made this for a friend who wanted to gift something personalized for her husband on their anniversary, I followed a YouTube video in making it but also added extra flips that I thought would make bigger thereby giving more space for journaling and photos,

I used Paper Doili and Sizzix Die that I bought from Itsy Bitsy Super Sale. 🙂

I am also linking this to Lulupu challenge#68

Much Love,
Nabeela