I made this card in August for a swap and it got lost in the shuffle. Its such a cool and easy fold, that I wanted to share it with you today.
I call it the Triangle Flap fold. I used the Cauldron Bubble stamp set as well as the fun and funky halloween designer paper called Toil and Trouble. It has such awesome, bright and spooky colors with the perfect trick or treat images.
I used several different patterns of the Toil and Trouble designer paper.
Check out the fabulous Black Glitter ribbon... it has silver glitter sparkles in it. I also colored the ghosts with the Stampin' Blends alcohol markers in granny apple green and highland heather.
I used the 2 1/4" and 2" circle punches as well as a few Faceted Dots on the card. The circle was only attached to the top flap.
Here's how I made the card.
Granny Apple Green cardstock 8 1/2 x 11 piece
Cut it from top left corner to bottom right corner, diagonally with the Stampin Trimmer.
You will end up with 2 triangles. We only need one of them for this card. The other one can also be used to make another card. The flap will just be on the opposite side.
Next we will score this piece. Line up on the paper trimmer like so.. with top point on 4 1/4" and score.
Then turn it and score it at 5 1/2" as shown.
Next, attach pieces of Toil and Trouble designer paper. Cut the designer paper at 4 x 5 1/4". Then you will cut it diagonally from left top corner to bottom right corner, just as we did with granny apple green cardstock.
Here are all the fun patterns that I made. I attached the ribbon behind the circle with dimensionals
Here's a bunch, ready to mail to my demonstrator friends.
Hope you enjoyed this fun and unique card fold. It really is quite simple. Give it a try!
Thanks for visiting.
Until the next time...
Keep on Stampin' and Come back again soon!