#1 Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Easy Fold Diamond Triangular Card Tutorial
Oh I am in love with this card!
How cute and clever is this? And oh my goodness, so easy to make!
I made my first one as a 4 x 4″ (10 x 10cm) card and hand stamped all the images using the bunny and deer from A Good Day and the bee from Jar of Love, but with the ones that I show you, I decided to play with some DSP.
It’s super easy to make, let me show you the directions
- Start with a Square piece of cardstock, twice the size you want your finished card to be (for a 3×3 card you’d need 6×6″ Cardstock) (for a 7.5cm card you need 15cm Cardstock)
- Score in the middle on both sides.
- Score Diagonally From one corner to another. Just once
- Your DSP panels will be 1/4″ (0.5cm) smaller than the finished card. Cut multiples of these as you will need some for the outside and inside as well as triangular pieces
And that’s it!
I would advise not putting any embellishments inside or it won’t close, and I chose to wrap my cards like a parcel, although of course, when it’s in an envelope, you wouldn’t need to keep it closed.
Have fun and show me some if you make them!
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Sam Hammond Donald
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