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The Circus is in Town!

When I was a girl back to school, fall and Halloween meant the BIG CIRCUS was coming to town.  I loved going to the three ring circus!  My favorite acts to watch were the trapeze artists and the horse back riders!  What were your favorites?

Today I am honoring my memories of the circus with a folding card!



Supplies:
Altered Pages Victorian Circus collage sheet
Dixie Belle Flamingo Paint
Secret Garden 6x6 Pad
Dew Drops
Ribbon
Staples
12 x  12 brown cardstock
ScorPal
Tacky Glue
Glue Stick
For base of the folding card cut 12 x  12 brown cardstock 12 x 5 1/2 inches, then with ScorPal score lengthwise at 1 1/2 inches.  Turn and score at 3, 6 and 9 inches.
 

 
Dry brush the base brown cardstock with Dixie Belle Flamingo Paint, let dry.
 

 
Fussy cut images from the Altered Pages Victorian Circus collage sheet adhere with Glue Stick to papers from the  Secret Garden 6x6 PadUse Glue Stick to adhere the images to the front of the folded pockets.

 
 With Tacky Glue attach Dew Drops Staple bits of ribbon to the cards in the folded pockets!
 
 
Here is the finished card!
 





 
 

Comments

  1. Delightful! I *love* circus themed projects - and this one is charming. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. this is gorgeous and evokes memories for me as well! xo

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  3. My love of Circus was revived after seeing this!!! Wonderful card and very nice tutorial.

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  4. This is a fabulous card, Lyneen. I love how you brought the circus back to life with this folded card. TFS

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  5. The Circus is one of my favorite themes! Beautiful card♥

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