VIDEO: Twist and Fold Card Tutorial // Card Creations

August 05, 2017

Hello crafty friends! I have a brand new video for you all this weekend. This was a highly requested video after my first twist and fold card share. I finally got around to filming this live tutorial and I hope you all find it helpful! It's great to share a live example so you can see my mistakes and learn from them. While I did do a lot of prep work for this video it is still a little lengthy. Be sure to stay tuned until the end for more tips and tricks!

This is a great card to make to give someone a pick-me-up. I kept the sentiments simple, but up-lifting. The outside of the card is simple. I used a scrap piece of patterned paper from Crate Paper for some fun color. I then added a Heidi Swapp chipboard floral piece to add dimension and a pop of color. I layered a We R Memory Keepers diecut on top of that. Lastly, for the front of the card I used Echo Park enamel dots. This card is A2 sized which makes it easy to mail if you wish to do so. I'm leaving the instructions up to the video. If you have any additional questions about measurements or the card, let me know in the comments down below! Enjoy the tutorial!

The inside of the card was really fun to decorate. I used a plethora of different items. Each panel features something a little different. On the panel furthest to the left, I used a stamp form Scrappy Happiness and stamped it on a piece of Crate Paper patterned paper. I layered a fun floral sticker from Sticko on top of that. The next panel features the main sentiment of the card. I stamped this Technique Tuesday sentiment in memento black ink. I decorated this panel with more floral stickers. 

I liked having the shite backgrounds to help balance out all of the color from the patterned papers and elements. On the third panel I used a tag stamp from Scrappy Happiness and a K&Company tag. On the very last panel, I used a different scrap of Crate Paper patterned paper as a base for this fun quote. I took the Tim Holtz phrase sticker and snipped it into three parts. This is a really easy card to make once you get the hang of it! There are many variations of this card, so be sure to do some research and find the one that fits your occasion.

Again, if you have any questions about the sizes or anything let me know in the comments. I am also always looking for more suggestions of videos or series you'd like to see. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Thank you so much for stopping by!

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