"Six-Fold Card"

Monday, January 23, 2012


Well it has been a long two months. I can't realy say why I have been so busy, or should I say distracted. But, I have been.

The card and instructions that I have posted today I saw originally on SplitCoast Stampers that was presented by Monique Trappeniers. It took me awhile to get the card right, but I finaly accomplished. So, thanks SplitCoast Stamper and Monique Trappeniers for the inspiration.

The card is appropriately calle a "Six-Fold Card", and you card see why from the pictures.



"Six-Fold Card"



I used this on in a card class that we had last week. Here is what the card looks like when it is opended. Count the folds to see where it gets it's name


"Six-Fold Card Un-Folded"





The card is simply to make once you get the folding and cutting down. The main body of the card is an 8"X12" piece of card stock. The piece of cardstock is scored at 4" and 8" along the 12" side.




Then score the 6" side at 2" and 6".The remaining step is to cut the card out using the score lines. I have inserted a diagram of the cutting sequence below.




Keep your piece of cardstock in the same orientation as the picture above and you should not have any trouble getting it right.


Once you are done cutting and folding the card, the fun is in the decoration of the card it's self.


Give this card a try, you will love the results.


Have a GREAT DAY!!!
Bob L.
























3 Response to ""Six-Fold Card""

  1. Anonymous Says:
    January 23, 2012 at 5:55 PM

    Love the card Bob! I can see how the fun is in the decorating!
    Thanks for sharing the great tutorial.
    Judy Garrelts

  2. Anonymous Says:
    January 23, 2012 at 6:22 PM

    Hello Bob,

    Lovely card !
    I am happy to see you loved my tutorial !
    greetings from Belgium,
    Monique ( niki1 on Splitcoasstampers )

  3. Karen's Fun Blog says:
    January 23, 2012 at 6:36 PM

    Great card Bob! : )

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