Corner Fold Card

Published on 29 January 2024 at 09:00

Hello everyone!  I hope you had a crafty weekend.  I spent the entire weekend in my craft room prepping for Paper Pumpkin Class.   In this month's kit, I was able to triple the cards made from the kit.  It was a lot of fun coming up with the designs to use this month.  On Friday, I will show one of those alternatives.  Be sure to come back and see one of the cards made in class this week.


 Todays card is an Corner Fold Card. This card is using more Sale-A-Bration items.  Sale-A-Bration items are free items earned with the purchase of $50.00 or $100.00. Softly Stippled DSP is a free item with the purchase of $50.00.



Supplies Needed:

Stamp set:  Thoughtful Expressions (162815)

Card Base: Misty Moonlight (153081) 4 1/4" x 8 1/2" scored at 4 1/4" 

Calypso Coral  or Petal Pink Card Inside mat:  4" x 5 1/4

Softly Stippled DSP :  4" x 5 1/4"

Angled DSP (Softly Stippled):  2 1/8" x 4"

Softly Stippled DSP for Envelope 2 1/8" x 6"

Fussy Cut DSP Softly Stippled for focal point (bird on branch)


Misty Moonlight Cardstock

Calypso Coral Cardstock

Petal Pink Cardstock

Softly Stippled DSP

Tombow Glue

Stampin' Dimensionals

Step 1- Cutting and Scoring

Cut cardstock and DSP as listed above

On the card base front, make a mark on the right side at 2", score from mark to top left to create the flap.

On Softly Stippled DSP (4" x 5 1/4") make a mark on the Right side at 1 7/8",  cut from mark to top left.

On the flap fold DSP (2 1/8" x 4") make a mark on Front Right at 2" cut from top left to bottom right. 

Fussy cut your focal point and bird for inside.



Step 2 - Assembly 

Glue all the pieces to the card base as shown in pictures above.

Glue the 4" x 5 1/4" DSP on card front.

Glue the card base flap down and add the DSP to fold over piece.

Glue the fussy cut bird and branch to flap

Glue inside mat and fussy cut bird.


What did you create?  I would love to see what you are making!

Here is what I am currently working on....My Paper Pumpkin class.  Be sure to stop back on Friday to see one of the alternate cards we made in class.

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Nancy Francis
4 months ago

Love your corner card!! Those are some of my very favorite cards to make, and yours is especially cute. 👍

4 months ago

Thanks so much, Nancy.