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By Su Mohr for the Paper Players Design Team; Click READ or VISIT to go to my blog for details! Featuring: corner fold technique, Pressed Petals DSP, Medium Daisy Punch, Well Written Dies, Subtle Texture embossing; #cornerfoldtechnique #fancyfolds #cardtechniques #pressedpetals #daisies #daisiesoncards #daisylane #thankyoucards #wellwritten #handmadecards #handcrafted #diy #howto

Daisy Corner Fold

 

I came up with the elements by using our Paper Player’s Tic Tac Toe challenge, choosing the diagonal row: patterned paper, die-cut, leaves.

 

The Pressed Petals Designer Series Paper is a patterned paper with leaves, which I chose for my card front, cut the same size as the card base, 4 1/4″ X 5 1/2″.

The card base is Crumb Cake, coordinating with the burlap background in the print. 

 

I embossed the card base with the Subtle Textured Embossing Folder, because it would be exposed by the Corner Fold Technique.

This technique works well when you like both side of the DSP, as you see with this pretty, script design in Rococo Rose.

You simply fold down the corner of the DSP, and glue all but the corner to the card base.

 

The corner is fastened with a daisy, which was made with burlap DSP from the same Pressed Petals paper pack, and a Mossy Meadow center.

I used the Medium Daisy Punch, the 1/2″ Circle Punch, and Dimensionals for my daisy. The petals were layered for thickness, and the center was embossed and rounded with a stylus.

“Thanks” was cut from the same burlap DSP with a die from the Well Written die set, and layered for thickness.

 

 I hope I inspired you to try this Corner Fold Technique. My supplies are in my Product List below, and I appreciate you shopping at my store. Thank you!

For more inspiration, check out the Paper Player’s blogs.

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