Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Happy 4th July!


Hi all!

It’s time for another Pretties Wednesday Challenge & Blog Hop.  If you didn't hop onto my blog via Jackie Rakoski's blog then you might want to hop back over to the very start of the blog hop which is at Christie Ortman's blog.

This week it is Jane Matsumoto’s turn to host the challenge, which is to create a Tri-fold card of any kind - as long as it has 3 panels.

This week the Design Team are using “Lady Liberty” and “Canadian Girl” which are both the stamp sets that are on special this week … 35% off!

For my card today I decided to create a “Trifold Pocket Card”, you can find the tutorial on how to make these over on the SCS resources section. And of course I used the “Lady Liberty” set to create a 4th of July card … July will be here before we know it!


Here is another photo of my card, this time showing the inside as well as the outside of my Trifold Pocket card.

Want to play along with us

How to Enter: Create a card/project using the challenge above and any Paper Pretties stamp set(s) you have. Upload your project to the Paper Pretties gallery. Please include it in the Weekly Challenges category and use keyword PWC107.

Don’t forget to check out the rest of the Paper Pretties Design team to see what they came up with for this challenge.

Now to continue on the hop you need to head on over to Heather Lee-Reppen’s blog to see what she has created for this week’s challenge.


Stamps: Lady Liberty – Paper Pretties
Paper: White; Red; Dark Blue; DP – Kaisercraft
Other: Black Ink; Oval Nestabilities; Oval Punches; Tab Punch; Blue Brad; Scallop Trim Border Punch; MS Stars Border Punch; Foam Tape; Copics



  1. Wonderful Frances, love the colors and I love all your sweet borderpunches! wow. Happy day! HUGS

  2. Awesome patriotic pocket card Frances!!

  3. Frances...I can't keep up with you..LOL!!! All of your latest cards are fabulous!!! Do you ever sleep?!? Hugs ~S~

  4. Hee hee - great idea and card! Love your dp - very festive!! :)


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