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Sunday, October 3, 2010

Joy Fold Card

If you want to give a unique greeting card, Chris Twina created a great video tutorial on the Joy Fold card.  The video with step by step instructions including measurements can be found here

I am so grateful for the talented women that share and create wonderful tutorials.  Comments are always appreciated, please leave Chris a comment or a thumbs up on her YouTube webpage.

The cardbase with the stamped image, tucks underneath the bird.  This first card opens up in the opposite way from Chris's video.

Stampin' Up! Products
  • Really Rust cardstock
    • Main cardbase is cut at 8 1/2" x 4 1/4" and scored at 5 1/2"
    • Secondary cardbase is cut at 8" x 3" and scored at 4"
  • Autumn Vine Designer Series Paper (DSP)
    • Outside flap is cut at 2 3/4" x 4"
    • Inside of card is cut at 5 1/4" x 4"
  • Whisper White cardstock
    • Two pieces cut at 3 3/4" x 2 3/4"
  • Stamped Images
    • Elements of Style stamped in Really Rust ink
    • Sincere Salutations (Get Well soon) stamped in Chocolate Chip
  • Two-Step Bird Extra-Large punch
    • Body - More Mustard cardstock
    • Wing - Autumn Vine DSP
    • Twig - Sage Shadow cardstock
  • Dimensionals




This card opens the same way as the card in Chris's video. 

Stampin' Up! Products  (measurements are the same as above)
  • Old Olive and Whisper White cardstock
  • Green Tea Designer Series Paper
  • Bird is made using Baja Breeze cardstock
  • Elements of Style is stamped in Old Olive ink
  • Sincere Salutations is stamped in Night of Navy ink

*Helpful hint - Make sure the bird's tail does not stick outside the cardbase.  You can already see the "wear and tear" on my poor little bird.

1 comment:

Mary said...

Very pretty cards, both verisons!