Fun Fold Summer Card

Beach Time
Showing that it can stand upright for display

When I saw this folded card on Pinterest (Here) I knew I wanted to try and fortunately the maker had posted instructions on her blog. It is actually very easy to do and in my mind has a great visual impact once finished. I followed the instructions and added my own slant to her idea making it a seaside type card so that it works for the challenge at Double D. The PP is from StampinUp and made me think of the seaside even though it is more a springtime design so I used it for my card. The stamp on top left is an old GKD set mixed with a couple from Inspired by Stamping. The bottom right corner is also from Inspired by Stamping with a few starfish from another GKD set and the die cuts are from Newtons Nook. The graphic is an unbranded die that I cut in yellow and in green to ground the other images. I coloured with Inktense pencils. I chose not to mat my corners so I could keep the thickness at a minimum and adhered directly to the folded sections. I’m happy with how it turned out. Have a great day everyone.

14 thoughts on “Fun Fold Summer Card

    1. It was quite easy to make as long as I was careful with the scoring and folding. Glad you like it.


  1. Wow, what a fun , fun fold card, that is. So much thought and planning must have gone into this. Looks like everything ties together so nicely.

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  2. This is an amazing card. I love all the details you added to it. Thanks for providing the link. I will go back later and watch the video.

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    1. Thanks. Enjoy the video when you get the opportunity. She explains reasonably well and the diagram helps a lot too.


  3. What a fun fold to display all of these cute images. I really enjoyed looking at your card. Best wishes and thanks for joining us at Double D challenge.

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