Arch Shaped Cards made in a New Way

Arch Shaped Cards made in a New Way

Hi my crafty friends! Today, I’m sharing more Arch cards but made very uniquely! If you know me, you know how much I love arches, archways and although we don’t have any in our new home 🙁 , at least I can have them in my cards!

Well, yesterday this YT tutorial came up in my feed and I was intrigued. It’s by Ginny Harrell of Celebrate the Journey. I hadn’t heard of her before, but I watched her video and I was hooked! I’ve embedded it below so you can watch it below or click here to watch it on YT!

Is her card just beautiful???!! She used some really pretty pattern papers and added die cuts and stamping but what I love best is that the card stands up much like a Z-fold card. And, you can make it any size you like just by using whatever Arch die set you have in your stash!

I LOVE my nested arch die set by Essentials by Ellen. It is one of the staple products I enjoy using and if you’re curious of other arch cards I’ve made from this set, click here or here. So, I used the largest size arch and when it’s folded, it fits nicely in an A2 size envelope!

I followed all the instructions from Ginny’s video and for my pattern papers, I used a vintage-style from my stash that I bought on AZ. And to embellish it, I adhered some pre-die cuts from Simple Stories “Wildflower Floral Bits”. The sentiments are from Pinkfresh Studio.

Very easy, very quick, very pretty cards!

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I love how they stand up on display, but please forgive these 2 pictures I took above… I just couldn’t capture it well on the camera phone, but in real life they are so pretty 😀

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