Card Samples, Thursdays with Sandiebella


Hiya sistahs, happy Thursday with Sandiebella !

Today Sandiebella teaches us how to make a CORNER FOLD CARD

Corner Fold Card rubber stamp used ODDBALL CHRISTMAS PUDDING card by Sandie Dunne

White card
Designer paper (used: Carta Bella, Welcome Winter)
Pencil, ruler, craft knife
Stitched circle dies
Enamel dots
How to:
Stamp Mini Oddball Christmas Pudding onto white card and colour with your preferred medium.

Cut a piece of white card measuring 11″ x 5.5″. Score at 5.5″ on the long side and fold in half to make the card base. Adhere a 5-3/8″ piece of designer paper on the front.

*Brown card for illustration purposes only.

Measure down 5/8″ from the top and, from the open side, measure across 4″. Then measure down 4″ and in 5/8″ on the open side of the card. Draw a line from the 5/8″ to the 4″ lines as shown below.
Using a craft knife and a ruler cut from the 5/8″ point to the 4″ point.

Take a ruler a place it diagonally across 5/8″ points. Score from the points to the outside of the card

Gently fold back the score lines to flip the corner.

To ensure it’s straight, place a piece of white card behind the card front. Adjust the creases as necessary

Flip the corner back over and apply adhesive, from the top right corner, across and down to just above the 4″ points. Flip the corner down again and adhere down.

Cut a piece of white card measuring 3-7/8″ square and a piece of paper measuring 3.75″ square. Adhere them together

Adhere the square panel to the card front, leaving small border around the edges.

Cut a white card circle approx. 3.75″ in diameter, an a paper circle approx 3.5″ Adhere them together, then adhere them to the card front.

On the inside, adhere a 5.25″ white card square, a 5-1/8″ paper square and then a 4″ square panel for a greeting. Ensure the 4″ square is tucked behind the panel on the card front.

Fussy cut around the outline of  Mini Oddball Christmas Pudding.

Adhere over to the right of the circle panel using foam tape/dots

Stamp the sentiment onto a white strip and cut apart.

Adhere to the circle panel beside the image.

Embellish with enamel dots.

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Until next time, HAPPY STAMPING!



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