Party Pandas Fun Fold Card and Personal Update

Party Pandas Fun Fold Card

Hi Stampers!! Long time, no see! I have been super busy with some personal things that I will post below after I show you this fun fold card I came up with for my recent class! Isn’t it fun?! I love this sale-a-bration stamp set and thought I could do a great fun fold card with it. Fun folds are my favorite kind of cards to make. I’ve got a video tutorial for you as well.

If you are having trouble viewing the video above, you can click here to view it on youtube.

Lemon Lime Twist Cardstock
2 pieces cut at 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″
Whisper White Cardstock
1 piece cut at 4″ x 5-1/4″
1 piece cut at 5-1/4″ x 8-1/2″ – score at 4″ and 8″

Party Pandas
Picture Perfect Birthday

Lemon Lime Twist Marker and Ink Pad
Basic Black or StazOn
Bermuda Bay Marker
Berry Burst Marker

Lemon Lime Twist Cardstock
Whisper White Cardstock
Picture Perfect Party Paper Pack

Where have you been, lady?!! Personal Life Update:

I have been missing my craft room lately, but for a very good reason! 6 months ago, I had a brand new baby boy that I named Gabriel! He is our first child, and my husband and I have been over the moon for him. He has taken a lot of energy and I’ve been left at the end of the day dreaming of crafting rather than actually doing any crafting. My son was born with a rare condition called Prune Belly Syndrome (aka Eagle Barrett Syndrome). It affects about 1 in 40,000 people and can vary in severity from deadly to rather mild.

So far, my son has been on the milder side of the spectrum, but it has still been a very emotional and scary journey so far. Prune Belly Syndrome gets its name from the prune-like appearance of the affected person’s abdomen. People with this condition are boon with or very little or no abdominal muscles. It also causes kidney problems. So far, my son’s kidneys are doing fairly well, but will have to undergo some surgeries and be watched closely by nephrologists and urologists throughout his life.

If you, or someone you know has a child or is expecting a child with this condition, feel free to contact me with any questions. I will do my best to answer what I can. It’s not a journey that is easy to take alone and we are blessed to have a child with such a great prognosis.

Baby Gabriel

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