Panel Fold Card

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Here is the Panel Fold Card that I found on France Martins YouTube channel, and I just loved the fantastic effect of this card, and that it’s not very hard to make.

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On the one in the video I placed the ‘Best Friends’ stamp at the top of the panel, but then I realized that it was hidden under the front greeting. So I made a new card and placed it down the bottom between the two Flamingos, as shown in the picture.

This one is made using the New Calypso Paper and the Tickled Pink stamp set and Thin Cuts.

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This one is made using the New Florence Paper and the Bunch of Love stamp set and Thin Cuts, as well as some flowers cut from the Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge.

Here are the measurements and the video:

Card stock: 11-1/4′ x 5-1/2′

Score on the 11-1/4′ side @ 1-1/2′, 3′ & 5-1/2‘. Turn to the other end and score @ 3-1/4′

Paper Panels: 1st – 5-1/4′ x 1-1/4′

2nd- 5-1/4′ x 2-1/4′

3rd- 5-1/4′ x 3′

Stamp set: Tickled Pink C1651

Thin cuts: Tickled Pink Z3228

Paper Pack: Calypso X7210B

Card stock: White Daisy 1385

Inks Used: Cotton Candy Z2193, Lagoon 2195, Black 2105

For the other card:

Card stock: White Daisy 1385

Paper Pack: Florence X7208B

Stamp set: A bunch of Love C1647

Thin Cuts: A bunch of Love Z3251

Inks used: Poppy Z2652, Saffron Z2651 and Black Memento ink Z899

ShinHan Markers, Daubers Z726 Β for 3 or Z1938 for 12,Β 

Flowers And Leaves: Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge– Daisy page 29 cut 2 @ 1-1/2′, Pansy page 50 cut 2 @ 1′, leaves page 43 cut 4 @ 2′ and circles page 21 cut 4 @ 1/2′.

I hope that you like this card and give it a go.

So till next time

Keep on creating πŸ˜‰



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