Flap Fold Cards - instructions

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Flap Fold Card - Designed by Rhonda Fawcett

See photos of flap fold cards posted on 17th of November 2015

Stamps: Joyful Season
Ink: Choc Chip, Old Olive,
Cherry Cobbler
Markers: Hello Honey
Old Olive,
Whisper White, Cherry Cobbler,
Season of Cheer DSP
1¾” Circle, 2½” Circle, 2⅜”Scallop Circle, Trio Corner
Cherry Cobbler dazzling details, dimensionals                 

1. Cut an A4 (Old Olive) card in half lengthways (10.5cm x29.7cm)
Score card at 6.5cm and 18.2cm
2. Punch a large circle (use 2½” circle punch) from the side of the card, centring it over the 6.5cm score line.
3. Fold card into 3 sections. Punch decorative corners on the top smaller flap section using the trio corner punch.  Stamp branch image on the front of this smaller flap section.
4. Decorate front flap (bottom section) with designer paper and a strip of Cherry Cobbler card.
Adhere a slightly smaller scallop circle to the designer paper at top right so that it fits inside the cut out circle, which you made in step 2. Stamp bird image on white card and punch out with a 1¾” circle punch. Adhere this onto the scallop circle. See photos above.
6. Add a sentiment, stamped on white card and matted on cherry cobbler card. Mount on foam dimensionals to the front of card. The top flap will just tuck under this shape and will hold the card closed.
7. Stamp branch image at the top of a piece of white card (11cm x 10cm), stamp berries in cherry cobbler ink and sentiment in old olive ink. Punch out decorative corners on the bottom of piece of white card.
8. Open the card up and attach white card inside for your greeting. Stamp envelope if desired.
9. Use dazzling details glitter glue to add berries to the outside of card, on the branch image stamped in step 3.


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