My What's on Tap Tuesday has a twist this week: it's on location.
During my visits to my parents over the past few years, I've amassed a tiny stash of scrapping products under a guest room bed for the times when we're just hanging out and I feel the need to satisfy my creative urges. Yesterday, I pulled out the three small bins and decided to make a simple card that I saw demonstrated on the Kaisercraft blog yesterday. Here's the LINK but the measurements are in centimeters. So to convert to inches, I used a 9" x 9" square as my base. Once folded, it fits in a legal-sized envelope. Just like the demo, I chose a sturdy double-sided card stock with a pretty collage print. The sentiment was already on the paper so all I had to do was stamp a cute little bird, color him and pop him up on the card, then add the trimmed kite from the piece of card stock I removed. This is called a concertina fold and I love the ease of it. It has to be the simplest folded card I've ever made. I hope it inspires you to make one, too.
Link in below if you'd like to share your desk top with us.
Cindy (aka Scrapcollectr)