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A Couple of Folders

Thought I would show a couple of folders I made recently for my friends Jose and Jilli. I needed to send some images and I always find this folder idea from Katharina is so quick and easy to make.

Do the colours and papers look familiar? lol!! I actually made this first before I made the card on my last posting and liked the colours so much that I decided to base my last card on it. The image is Magnolia, coloured with Promarkers and a little Glamour Dust on her wings. Papers are Pink Petticoat printed onto lightweight cardstock, and sticky gems are Papermania. Ribbon is from my stash and have used the SU slot punch to attach it to the card.

This one is exactly the same but just used a different Magnolia image and different papers from Pink Petticoat and some mirricard for layering. Finally, added Stickles to the bubbles.

Must get on with some housework today and guess what?.....the sun has just emerged from behind all the clouds so hopefully might get some washing dry today!!


Debi said…
Jo, what adorable folders. Love the pattern papers, colors, and images. Beautifully done!
nessy said…
lovely folders jo ~ beautifully coloured ,as always!! just love the papers you have used!
yes washing is out on the line here!!
please take a look on my blog today ~some exciting news!! :~)
vanessa xx
Your folders are always so amazing! These are incredible!
pickle said…
Adorable wallet cards Jo.
Love the baby in the bath tug, that image is so cute.
Kerry x
Claudia Rosa said…
oh my ghosh.. jo.. your new cards are ADORABLE!!
love it.
Suzanne said…
They are both beautiful I love the papers on the Tilda one. Think I might have to get one of these SU slot punches!!! Sue :o)
Kari said…
Both folders are just too cute!!! Great choice of colors and images!!!
Lauren said…
Super cute Jo! I love the rounded edges.
Lesley said…
They are lovely Jo xxx
~Denise Lynn~ said…
These are great Jo! I love this idea for sending images, beautiful and functional! :) Love the colors and printed papers. Cute images too. Hope you're having a good week! :)
Jose said…
Two gorgeous wallets, and I was so lucky to receive one of them, and filled with images. Now I have plenty to use
Thank you Jo
Love Jose xx
Angie C said…
Oh Jo, these are fabby, love the papers you have used and great images too
Supermum said…
Awww Jo - these are adorable - you are too clever!
I notice you are addicted to these Promarkers - are they the Letraset ones and if so...did you buy a set...and do you think they are better than the whispers pens and are they worth investing in????
Sue. x
Jilli said…
Hi Jo, I just love my folder, the colours are great and the image is sooo cute. Jillix
Dawny P said…
I'm back in the land of Blog after Mr Blogger decided he wouldnt let me post any comments - slap slap xx

Love these Jo. The papers are gorge and I love that image. Its super cutee that one xxxx
ink'n'rubba said…
just catching up with all the blogs now the family have gone home! love the folders you make and these are both adorable. annie x
Richelle said…
Cute folders Jo! great papers.
Vicki May said…
Love them both, especially the baby one. So cute. These are lovely papers too, can see why you've used them again. They work well together Vicki x
Maureen said…
Love your folders!! I really must try to make one too!
Diana said…
This folders are perfect you did an awesome job here!! I love those images and the way you work with the colors!!


I came here through Jose's blog!

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