Flying Seagull Card

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The Flying Seagull card is a fun fold card created by USA demonstrator Susan Campfield is extremely popular at the moment. I taught the fun fold style in my March classes and the card below is one of the samples I had created to share with my class attendees.

Flying Seagull card using Perfectly Pencilled DSP

I love to colour images and the Perfectly Pencilled Designer Series Papers have been a delight to create with this year. The reverse side of these papers was used for the outer panels on my card. For colouring in my favourite pens are the Stampin’ Up! Blends. These are an alcohol pen that flows on beautifully and are easy to use to layer colour and create highlights and depth. I have used Polished Pink and Evening Evergreen Blends on this card.

The die cut sentiment is from a die set currently in the Mini Catalogue but we now know is carrying over into the new Annual Catalogue. Love for You is the name of the die set. There are a lot of options on how you can layer up these dies and there is also a matching stamp set with the same name.

The new Annual Catalogue for 2023-2024 comes out next month so April is the month when all the current products not carrying over to the next catalogue go on sale in the Last Chance Sale.

Last Chance Sale

You will find the Perfectly Pencilled Designer Series Papers in the sale along with loads of other products retiring from the current Annual and Mini Catalogues. As the picture above says lots of items heavily discounted by as much as 60%!

Click here to go and see the range on sale.

You have until May 1 to take advantage of the sale. It is a huge sale because Stampin’ Up! have undertaken a Colour Refresh. This means several colours currently in the range are being retired and fifteen new colours have been added. Exciting times for everyone as we plan our new colour combinations using the new colours.

If you would like to see other Flying Seagull cards I have created, click here to see that post.

This Flying Seagull card style is bit fiddly to begin with as you learn the ins and outs of how to create it however once you make a couple you quickly get the hang of how to assemble it together.

Until next time, Happy Creating!

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