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In & Out of Studio 3D
Friday, 30 December 2011
Double Display Card
Topic: Fantastic Folds

Challenge: Make a Double Display Card. We were given a link to these instructions http://paolaspaperhaven.blogspot.com/2011/08/dbl-display-card.html as a starting point. Since the plan starts with a 12 x 6 cardstock I cut a 12 x 12 in half and made two cards with the materials.

I used three coordinating papers on each card and a lot of the Tim Holtz stamps from Stampers Anonymous. This one has a front with sprayed ColorMe papers and is decorated with punched paper flowers which are burnished to cup the petals and layered with brads.


Here you can see how it looks when it is pulled fron the sides to fold open.


This view from the top shows how all the folds are created.


The other card uses a spotted paper on the front, stamped and havingtissue tape applied. I also attached a punched butterfly on one side only so it would bridge the front gap.


Here is the full open view.


 

 

When open there are medium panels on either side for stamping.



It really only looks complicated but is deceptively easy to construct.

Ddd

 

 

 

 

 


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 6:00 AM PST

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