It’s week two and I present the Simple Mountain Fun Fold card. Look complicated? Well, it isn’t, really.
In my video I show you how to make one cut and several score lines to create this card.
I will admit that I made a mistake on the scoring for the first card and ruined a piece of Mint Macaron. Rather than take another chance, I pulled out a scrap piece of cardstock and tried again. My advise is to do the same before committing to a piece of your Stampin’ Up! cardstock.
I chose the Gather Together stamp set with coordinating framelits and the beautiful Come to Gather designer series paper.
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This is the second card I made for the video. This fun fold lends itself to lots of possibilities with other stamp sets and coordinating punch or dies.
This card fits in a standard A4 envelope as long as you do not exceed the height of the card with any of your cut pieces. When adhering them to the card, you can lay the folded card flat.
Cardstock & DSP Measurements
8″ x 5-1/2″ Note it’s 8″ not 8-1/2″ as a regular card base.
The layer pieces are labeled A B C in this photo for easy reference.
Cutting & Scoring Measurements
On the short side, line up at 2″ on Stampin’ Trimmer and cut from 3″ down to 7″.
Rotate the cardstock 90 degrees to the left and score at 3″, 6″ and 7″.
Rotate the cardstock 180 degrees and score at 4″.
Happy stamping everyone!