• Amy Rich

Fun Fold card: Diamond Flip Fold

The first time I was introduced to this amazing fun fold card, it was on Pinterest, posted by the great France "Frenchie" Martin. I used the fold in a Something Out of the Ordinary class at some point during the last catalog, and it was a big hit to all class attendees. This card I made for a swap at the end of April, of course, uses a new stamp set, dies, and Designer Series Paper, and I think it turned out pretty amazing.





The card features the Sending Smiles Bundle and the Design a Daydream Designer Series Paper, which is a host item. Both items are new products in the 2022-2023 Stampin' Up!® Annual Catalog. I felt like some of the flowers in the Designer Series Paper mimicked the look of the flowers in the Sending Smiles stamp set.



To create this card, I started with a piece of 11" x 4 1/4" Petal Pink cardstock. I measured and scored, then cut off the corners by using 2 1/8" as the measurement I used over and over again to make this card come together perfectly perfect. The cutting and scoring map I have shared below may not make things crystal clear, especially for those who learn better visually, but I think it's relatively easy to follow.


But the good news is that I also have prepared a video tutorial for you. You can watch it right here:




I love every single thing about this amazing card: the way it's cut, the diamond fold, the Designer Series Paper, the stamp set and dies, the colors...I think it turned out so great!





For paper cutting instructions, you can check out the video tutorial above, or cut using these measurements:


Petal Pink cardstock:

-11" x 4 1/4"

-3" x 3"


Blackberry Bliss cardstock;

3 1/8" x 4"

-2 3/4" x 2 3/4"


Basic White cardstock:

-Scraps for the stems and flowers

-4" x 5 1/4" for the inside of the card


Design a Daydream Designer Series Paper:

-2 7/8" x 3 3/4"


For a list of all the supplies I used to create this card, as well as links to my online store, see below. Thanks for coming to visit my blog!



Happy stamping!

Amy





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