Moving Forward Fun Fold

I know I mention the Leadership Conference I attended in January a lot, but I learned so much and love sharing it with everyone.  This year, I decided not to swap at the Conference but my friend, Buffy did and she got some beautiful cards.  One of the cards was this “fun fold” card using a stamp set from the Spring Catalog.  I decided to make a card using this same fun fold but in a totally different way.

I used the stamp set called Moving Forward.  It is the set that is on the last page of the Annual Catalog so sometimes it can be missed.  Stampin Up donates a portion of the sales from this stamp set to the Ronald McDonald House which is a cause worth supporting.  I used the Sycamore Street Designer Series Paper from the Sale-a-bration catalog that you can get for FREE with a $50 purchase.

Here is the front of the card I made.  The next picture will show you what happens when you start to open the card.

The Front of the Card

The Front of the Card

Opening the Card

Opening the Card


Another Moving Forward

Here is another card I made using the stamp set Moving Forward.  Remember when you buy this set, Stampin Up gives a donation to the Ronald McDonald House.

Another Ca

Moving Forward

The stamp set called Moving Forward is this year’s Stampin Up’s Ronald McDonald stamp set.  For every set purchased, Stampin Up makes a donation to the Ronald McDonald house.  It is one of those sets that you may not notice at first because it is on the back cover of the catalog.  I remember seeing pictures of cards make with this set and could not figure out where they came from.  Once I found it, I had to buy.  Not only does it help a good cause but it is cute!

Help the Ronald McDonald House













We used this set at our November Club meeting.  I made one card for a boy and one for a girl and let the members choose which one they wanted to make.  I sometimes forget that other people do have girls in their lives!

Can Be Used For Either a Boy or a Girl










The card on the left uses Real Red and Pacific Point colors.  The card on the right uses Pink Pirouette and Wild Wasabi.  The bicycles were punched out using the 2 1/2″ Circle Punch and the larger circle used the 3″ Circle Originals Big Shot die.