Sunday, June 21, 2020

Father's Day Fun Fold Card



Hello Hivers,

Happy Father's Day!


Today I am sharing a very interesting card.  I made a short video to demonstrate how it works and why I made it this way.  But first, here are a few pictures of what the card looks like.





The two photos above are what I am calling my fronts.  They are the front of the card(s). Below are the middle cards. After thinking about it...it would have been awesome if the middle cards opened up as well. 



This fun fold uses one sheet of card stock scored at 4.25" on one side and 5.5" on the other.  Then I just cut up the 4.25" score line until I reached the 5.5" score line.  That is the base of the card.  


Here's the video to explain more.



In the photos below you can see the card fully opened (front & back).  




Some Supplies:
Beautiful World
A Good Man
Happiest of Birthdays
Best Year 
Itty Bitty Greetings
World of Good SDSP
Forever Greenery DSP
In Good Taste DSP
Antiqued Corners & Slides 
World of Good Memories & More Card Pack 
World Map Dies 
Stitched Shapes Dies
Rectangle Stitched Dies
Layering Circles Dies
Stampin' Blends
Embossing Powder
Brass Foil 
Wink of Stella

As always, thanks for Buzzzing by the Hive today. 
Until next time....Buzzz you later. 

                                                                  Honeybee



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