I am here with a fancy fold card to share for the I Love Math Challenge. This challenge only comes around 3 or 4 times a year so I don't want to miss it this time! The theme is Winter/Christmas with Any Math Theme Goes.
I chose Radial Symmetry as my Math Theme. I knew immediately that I wanted to use this retired Spellbinders die set that has fun folded features on each of the pieces that can be layered or used alone. I used a gleaming gold foil holographic-looking piece. I generally use double-sided paper with this die, but I was surprised how much I liked the plain white backside showing on the folded parts for this ornament.
Here's a photo showing the folded pieces before I layered them.
I attached the layers together with a brad and covered the center with a sparkly bell chipboard embellishment.
Here's an angled photo so you can see the gleam better.
This ornament fits perfectly on a round card base cut from a standard A2 size. I attached it with a couple of removable Glue Dots so the ornament can easily be detached and hung up by the gold twine tie.
I made several others of this same design from double-sided papers, but I decided I liked this gold one best. What do you think? (NOTE: Click on image to enlarge and see the detail.)
Hope you liked my ornament cards. Thank you so much for stopping by today. Stay healthy and creative!!
Thank you for the honor of entering this card in the following challenges:
1. I Love Math Challenge #18 - Christmas/Winter Math Project
I chose radial symmetry as my Math Element
2. ABC Christmas Challenge - B is for Bells
3. Word Art Wednesday - Week #475-#476 - AG
4. CARDZ-TV AG Challenge #132
5.Crafty Hazelnut's Christmas Challenge #525
6. Crafty Hazelnut's January Patterned Paper Challenge
7. Double Trouble Challenge #75 - Thing 1: Musical Instrument (Bells)
8. Christmas Craft Creations January Challenge - Ribbon or Twine