Saturday, May 15, 2021

Accordion Slimline Card Tutorial + 7 Stamping Techniques | Stampin' Up! Maui Incentive Trip | Timeless Tropical, Friends Are Like Seashells, Whale Done

Hello friends and welcome to my blog! Today I have an over the top card to share with you that I created for a fellow demonstrator friend. The fancy fold I created is called an accordion slimline and I've used several stamping and paper crafting techniques to make it extra special. 

I knew you'd want to know how I did some of the techniques as well as the measurements to create this fancy fold, so I have made a video tutorial for you. I hope you enjoy the video, and please leave me some love in the comments if you like it! 

Direct link to video:

I've heard from the recipient of my card and gift and she was absolutely thrilled with it. I am so so happy she liked it! 

There are so many elements that make this card special, so I have some close up photos to share with you as well. 

I also thought you might like to see how I decorated the two main gifts I sent, a Starbucks water bottle made of recycled glass, as well as a pair of earrings I ordered on Etsy that were made with Hawaiian sea glass. I filled the box with some tropical themed snacks as well.

I truly enjoyed putting this gift together and I am so happy she loved what I sent her. I am sad I won't be in Maui this year to see my demonstrator friends, as I miss them all terribly, but I hope that maybe next year that will be possible. 

I've linked all the products I used in today's video for your shopping convenience below. And when you shop with me, you get rewarded! With every $50 ordered using the May Host Code, you'll automatically be enrolled in my Stamp Tokens program, plus receive a thank you gift from me.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog. 
I love sharing my creativity with you! 

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Shop the supplies for today's project in my Canadian Online Stampin' Up! Store:

Please note: Less than 1% of all demonstrators earn the Stampin' Up! Incentive Trip each year.

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