Sandy here from A Working Mom's Joy and Scrapbook Blessings Club, I am so happy to bring you a short tutorial today. Thank you Sheila for letting me be a part of this awesome blog!
I am one of those people that "Christmas" and Christmas crafts don't start for me until AFTER Thanksgiving, lol. So, I am still in fall/harvest mode (even though there is snow on the ground and hubby is outside stringing up the lights). With that, I have a very easy card fold that with a touch of Fall to share with you all.
So here we go... I made very easy pumpkin card very easy using the Cuttlebug, embossing folders and the Cricut E2. Starting with a regular A2 card but you will fold the top flap in half and back, just as shown below. This will give you a "z-fold" card.
Now adhere you mattes to your cardstock. These were cut at 5.25 x4" and 5.25 x2".
-Using the Cuttlebug and three different folder, emboss you pumpkins
-Brown ink (any would do) and a dauber need to ink the edges of your pumpkins
-Add pop up foam tape to the back of your die cuts
Here it is open. To keep with the line leaves, I just did a simple handwritten line sentiment to the inside panel.