Yes, I finally unwrapped my Peakaboo Peach and made a card. I had to really work at this one! When I first stamped with it, I thought, oh my that is bright! I love bright but nothing I tried seemed to work out. So I did some digging in my old stash of paper and found a sheet of retired paper that would be fabulous with this oh so peachy color. The designer series sheet of paper was from a pack called Sweet Sorbet. I think it was a Sale-A-Bration item once upon a time. Here is my fun fold card!
Here is the card opened.I found this tutorial over on Sharon Burkert's blog! Sharon is also on the Try Stampin' on Tuesday Design Team! Go check out Try Stampin' on Tuesday, there's lots of good stuff there! Here is the tutorial for this card (Thanks Sharon)!
1. Cut a 4" x 12 piece of DSP(designer series paper).
2. Score at 3-1/4" and 8-3/4". Make a pencil mark at 2" along the 4" side. Make a diagonal cut from the 2" pencil mark to the edge of the fold. Repeat on the other side and the other end.(see picture below)
3. Fold on the score lines. Apply a little adhesive to one of the points. Fold and secure over the other end. The point will overlap and lay flat. I decorated the front of my card using the sentiment from Flower Patch and the images from Wild about Flowers. The card stock pieces measure 3" x 3-1/2 "(Peekaboo Peach cs) and 2-3/4" x 3-1/4" (Whisper White cs). The flower was colored in with Peekaboo Peach and Mint Macaron. The inner card pieces measure 4" x a smidge less than 5-1/2" (Basic Black), 3-3/4" x 5-1/4"(Peekaboo Peach) and 3-5/8" x 5-1/8" (Whisper White).
Here is the list of Stampin' Up Supplies I used for this card!