And here are the easy peasy directions.
The card base is made from Double sided Designer paper. Make sure you find at least one other coordinated DSP as well as a piece of solid card stock for middle light enough for stamping on.
1 3" x 3" scrap for a template write "TOP" on the top of the square.
from top left corner measure down 5/8" and make a tick mark then from bottom right corner measure in toward left 5/8" and make a tick mark.
1 Double sided DSP 8.5" x 5.5" scored in center
1 4" x 5.25" layer DSP
1 3"x 4.25" solid card stock
Take the designer piece and fold for the card. Place the template in the top right corner of the card and draw a faint line from the tick mark down on the left side of template and then from the tick mark over to meet up with first line. You will then cut on the lines making a little flap. For directions I am using just plain card stock.
Oooopppsss.......just noticed the stripe dsp is upside down. the dimensions for this piece is 4 x 5.25. This is for the inside panel.
Now just have fun decorating. I've seen some people use solid card stock in place of DSP for base so with my above sample I turned it into this:
I really like this fold and need to work on a better (MUCH BETTER LOL) Christmas card because frankly that first one stunk! But I am one who will share my bad as well as my good. Lucky you heeheehee!
Fall festival season is here for us so I will be spending some quality time with the grandkids. So excited to watch them enjoying all the fun activities of fall.
Til next time..............................................