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Accordion Fold Valentine

Crazy Mixed Up Love

Our week of Valentines continues.  Here's a retro Accordion Fold Valentine with lots of tags that's really quite simple to make.  Let me show you how.

Accordion Fold Card

I cut a piece of card Stock 8-1/2" wide and 7-1/2" Long.  Next, I Scored at 2-1/8", 4-1/4" & 6-3/8". I Turned my card stock 90 degrees and scored at 5-1/2" to form a 2" pocket.

Accordion Fold Card

Next, I burnished my fold lines with my Bone Folder.


Scallop Tag Topper Punch

Then, I cut 4 tags 2" x 5-1/4".  To form the tags, I punched the tops with my Scallop Tag Topper Punch from the Occasions Catalog and rounded my bottom corners with my Envelope Punch Board.


Crazy Mixed Up Love

The Crazy Mixed Up Love Stamp set provided just what a needed for a swingin' retro Valentine.  Love the funky feel of this set.  It's just quirky enough to make me smile. I couldn't resist using the cute little hanger clip fro the Hung Up Cute Clips (#129389).  It's it adorable with a bit of Retro Fresh Washi Tape and a small Heart.

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Stamps: Crazy Mixed Up Love

Paper: Coastal Cabana, Very Vanilla

Ink: Costal Cabana, Tangerine Tango

Accessories: Retro Fresh Designer Series Washi Tape (occasion Catalog) , Hung Up Cute Clips (129389), Gold Bakers Twine (Occasions Catalog)

Tools: Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Scallop Tag Top Punch (Occasions Catalog), Envelope Punch Board 

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Weekly Deals

Photopolymer Stamps

Blossom Rewards


Have a fabulous day,




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