Creative Paper folding has been around for years. It's a fun and creative element to incorporate onto your pages. Paper folding can take shape in flowers, borders, pinwheels and footballs you shoot across the kitchen. In the hybrid page below we folded a paper border element at the bottom and added some pinwheels with faux stitched stems. This whimsical page was fun to create and tells the story of a very windy Fourth of July family gathering.
Happy 4th by Annette Hardy.
Janet Wilkins from Imaginisce created this fabulous layout featuring the Garden Party Cherish line creating a wider pleated border on top as well as beautiful folded circle flowers.
Cherish by Janet Wilkins.
--Annette Hardy, CKC Instructor
If you'd like to enter the contest, here's what to do:
1. Create a layout incorporating paper folding.
2. Upload a scan or photograph of your layout to the Club CK gallery. (Learn how to upload to the gallery here.)
3. Leave a comment below with the URL link to your layout posted in the Club CK gallery; for example, your comment could look like this: "My layout is posted here: http://clubcreatingkeepsakes.com/media/p/31086.aspx." Note: Previously uploaded layouts are not eligible; layouts must be posted on or after April 11, 2011 to be eligible.
Your comment must be left before 9:00 a.m. MDT on Monday, April 18, 2011 to be considered for the contest. One winner will be randomly selected from all entries. The announcement will be made at the bottom of this article and they will win a beautiful kit from Imaginisce!
Congrats to mamabearscrappin who was the randomly selected winner. To claim your prize, look for a conversation from Erika H in the My Conversations section of your My Profile page.