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Sunday Scoring #19 Napkin Fold Card

Sunday scoring napkin fold stampin up uk

So you are back for more Sunday Scoring?  This is another in my fancy fold series, I made this sample a while ago for a display of fancy folds, but recently we had a discussion on what it was called and some also called it a Snapdragon.  I particularly like this one as it will stand up once the belly band is removed, it folds flat for posting, but could also hold a gift card or other flat gift.  I love red, black and white as I think it looks so striking, especially with the contrast of the floral and striped DSP, but you could use all sorts of colours.

To make the large card, to start you need an 11inch square piece of card. So cut a 12 inch square of card to 11 x 11”

Score at 2 ¾, 8 ¼ rotate 90 degrees and repeat

Using the diagonal scoring plate, score diagonally at 5 ½ , 8 ¼ rotate and repeat on all four sides.  If  you don’t have this plate, then use a ruler and stylus or your stampin Trimmer to score the diagonals as I show in my video

Fold and burnish all score lines

Fold up 4 sides (to form box shape
Push middle points of each side into the centre and fold corners back on themselves
Burnish folds well

 

Napkin_fold_plan

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Fully open it looks like this

Napkin fold card open

DSP

One piece 5 x 5 inches, cut into 4 pieces diagonally

Two pieces 4 ¾ x 4 ¾ cut each into 4 diagonally and then each in half (16 triangles)

Belly band 2 x 12”, DSP for front 1 ¾ x 5 3/8

Panel for interior 5 ¼ x 5 ¼

For my first sample I used the Groovy Love Stamp set, which is just about to retire, but for the second sample I have used Papillon Potpourri and the lovely Bermuda Bay.

As  usual supplies available in my Stampin’ up shop HERE

Chat soon

Crafty hugs

Heidi

 

 

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One thought on “Sunday Scoring #19 Napkin Fold Card

  1. Heidi, I love this card. I also love a bunch of your other projects. I subscribed to your YouTube channel so I won’t miss any videos! Can you post the measurements for the smaller 8×8 card that you did in the video? I see the ones listed are for the 12×12 size. This way I can follow along and make as you make it (will have all my pieces prepped ahead)! Thanks again for sharing your talent with all of us.

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