A Bendy Fold card is something that has been on my crafting bucket list for a while, so it was the perfect opportunity to try one out! I have used the left column of the tic tac toe grid & used a combination of "any shade of yellow, flowers & die-cuts".
The idea for the fence was born as I was taking the Bouquet Bigz die out of the cellophane bag. The first thing I focused on was the row of nice straight, pointy top "pickets" (which you would normally make into a dahlia type flower - like the large pool party ones on the cover of the Occasions catty). Adding a hedge, letter box & a blossom laden tree bough, with a little hanging sign on the fence makes for a fun card for a new home owner.
Here is a shot from above, so you can see how the hedge & fence curve around then slot back into the fence & card base, respectively:-
To construct the card I used this tutorial by Emma Fewkes as my starting point (you need to go to the post, then look at her sidebar), tweaking the measurements a little to suit my concept.
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Itty Bitty Banners, Bouquet Bigz & Flower Frenzy Dies
What's Up, Itty Bitty (circle & blossom - retired), Word Window & Scallop Border punches
Envelope Punch Board (corner rounding punch)
Whisper White, Daffodil Delight, Soft Sky, Garden Green & Basic Black cardstock
Something to Say stamp set, Tuxedo Black Memento inkpad
White Baker's Twine, Basic Buttons (retired), Pearls, Black Marker