Center Fold Box Card - St. Patrick's Day

Good Morning My Friends,

Wow last week was a doozy!  I had to have work done on my teeth that included shots of Novocaine and then we had this unbelievable wind storm for two days.  There was a lot of damage in my neighborhood, luckily no one was hurt, but we had loss of electricity and trees down everywhere. 

I didn't have time to get my design team card in for International Art & Soul the challenge theme was a really good one!  #28 Emboss (using emboss folders or heat emboss) and use a die!  I hope that you will stop by to see what my design teams sisters created and also join in the fun!

So on to my card for today.  It is my very first time making a center fold box card.



This is what it looks like from the top:


And here it is closed for mailing.  I didn't have time to make an envelope.



I am entering this card into the following challenges:

Dragonfly Journeys - #113 Going Green
a2z Scrapbooking - March 2018 Challenge
DLART Mach Linky Challenge - ATG
Cards in Envy - Green Things Card Challenge
Use Your Stuff - ATG


Thanks for stopping by!

Hugs,

19 comments:

  1. Oh wow, this is fabulous, Chriss!! I love the center box design!! The pot of gold is so fun!! We had a bit of wind, but nothing like what you had. Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  2. Chriss, this is gorgeous. Just love the gold coins and the layout.

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  3. Love your card box design! Super fun and the pot of gold is so fun! We have had terrible winds today and due for 5-6 inches of snow tonight, ugh! I saw on FB some things you posted. Wow, so glad you guys are alright!
    Have a great day~
    Sherrie K

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  4. What a fantastic and adorable card. Love everything about this card
    Thank you for joining us over at Cards in Envy

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  5. This is really neat!! I've never heard of this kind of card. Thanks so much for joining us at Cards in Envy for our green things challenge.

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  6. LOVE your card Chriss!!! Fantastic with that cute pot of gold taking center stage.
    So glad you're ok too! I know the weather was awful. Hope you don't get another round of it later this week.
    Lynn

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  7. Cool Card Chriss! I haven't tried one of these folds yet.. But I really like how the pot of Gold just POPS!

    Theresa

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  8. Fun card! Thanks so much for joining our challenge at USE YOUR STUFF!

    Majo - DT ♥

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  9. Love the design of your card and the vibrant green grass for that pot of gold! Thanks for sharing with us at Cards in Envy.

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  10. Hi Chriss! When I saw your comment about the windstorm I had to see where you live! I live in nearby Arlington, VA; the windstorm was incredible! Really scary and tragic. But I also wanted to say how much I love your cool card! Happy St. Paddy's Day, a bit early!

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  11. What a fun card! Everyone loves a pot of gold. So glad you joined us at A2Z Scrapbooking.

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  12. This is beautiful, Chriss! I've never tried this style before but I love how it folds flat for mailing but really packs a punch when open! Need to try this one and adding it to my list!

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  13. Oh what a fun card!! Thanks for playing along our March challenge at a2z.

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  14. its so great and fun card!
    hugs

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  15. Hi Chriss! This is just a fantastic St Pat's card and what a great job on your first try doing a center fold. Super, super cute! Thanks so much for joining my Going Green blog challenge, and good luck :)

    Jeannie T.
    Dragonfly Journeys

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  16. Congratulations on winning my Going Green blog challenge!
    Stop by and see how fabulous you look in your Dragonfly Princess crown :)

    Jeannie T.
    Dragonfly Journeys

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  17. Such a super fun card; Great center fold box card and the placement of the pot of gold is perfect. Thanks for joining us at a2z Scrapbooking.

    sue

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