Sweet as a Peach
Artistically Inked

Corner Tuck Card

Every other Sunday afternoon since the pandemic started I have been stamping with my customers live on a zoom event.  I call it "Stamp Along Sunday"....I try and find a card with a unique fold and try using products I think most of my customers will have on hand.   I record the instruction section of our zooms and post them to our special VIP Facebook Group for  my customers where they can view all the uploaded videos I've done with them during the last year.  This way they can watch multiple times or if they missed an event it's still there for them to watch later.    

This last weekend we made a  "Corner Tuck" card.  I originally saw this card when my friend Mo Dickie shared this in a Team Meeting a few weeks ago.  I used the new set "Artistically Inked" with the colors Apple Green, Calypso Coral and Polished Pink (new in color).  It was quick, easy and fast.  All the things I love in creating a card.  



I just love the simple effect this card has - it's maybe more of a notecard as only the front portion of the card opens up.  Some of my customers made their Corner Tuck cards by making a full size card and having this little note bit on the front; which gave them apple room for writing a message.   

Here's one I made with two colors using "Sweet As a Peach" and the new Hello & Thanks embossing folders.


I almost never share our Stamp Along Videos outside of our Private Facebook group but this card was so fun and simple I thought it would be fun to share.  This is a very casual Stamp Along Sunday with my customers.....you can gather the supplies you need (listed in the description of the video) and then just watch and stamp along.  Enjoy!

Would love to see your creations?  Post them on my facebook/Stampchatter page #StampAlongSunday so we can share the love of stamping as a community!!





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