Create an accordion style folded card
My wife's grandmother, we call her Mamaw, recently turned 96. I wanted to create a card that she would love and cherish. I also wanted to see the delight in her eyes when she opened a card that was almost if not longer than her arm span. Then I came up with the idea to make a card with exactly 96 candles.
I decided I wanted to use my Stampin' Up! stamparatus to help me make the card quickly so I didnt have to worry about the stamp panels being different…. I wanted them to have the same uniform look. I also videoed me doing the card so you could make one for yourself if you wanted. It wasn't hard after I figured out all of the measurements. At the bottom of this email you will find a link to the FREE PDF tutorial that I include all of the dimensions.
This is a 4 part video series. If I made it all in one video… I think you would become bored, so I broke it down in to smaller pieces. After the video you will find a link to the next blog post where I show the next video.
Check out blog post 4 of 4 where I assemble and put the whole card together.
Don't forget to scroll down below to get access to the FREE Tutorial PDF that has all of the measurements of this card. Also get FREE access to all of my other tutorials here.
This post contains some affiliate links for your convenience (which means if you make a purchase after clicking a link I will earn a small commission but it won't cost you a penny more)! The income I make helps me with the expenses of this blog. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.
Craft Store Tip for Today
The best way I have found to store scrap paper and keep them separated into color families is to use the JAM Paper Plastic Envelopes with Zipper Closure.
Get access to the FREE Tutorial PDF that has all of the measurements for this card. Fill out the form below and get the secret passcode to download the files.
Get the Tutorial to the Accordion Fold Card
Subscribe, (It's FREE) and I'll send you the password to my top secret libary filled with my tutorials. Subscribing gets you on my weekly newsletter with details about my new files!
Success! Now check your email to confirm your subscription. The password to the library is stamplove — copy and paste that into the resource library. Your email confirmation also contains this information.