Ready for some more fun fold card ideas and templates that you’ll fall in love with? It is the first Friday of the month and that means it is our FREE FUN FOLD TEMPLATE CLASS! We are making 4 more templates that you can add to your collection.
This month I have Volume 3 for you! And for those of you who like the written tutorial, we have that too! Dave is back joining me to help show you how easy the fun fold templates are to make. If he can make them, I am sure you can!
For this month’s fun fold card ideas, I chose to feature the ‘Happiness Abounds’ stamp set bundle and coordinating products to make my samples. But remember, these fun folds are designed to be made with any stamps, ink, and paper!
I also have a PDF tutorial available for this class if you prefer written instructions, it’s available in my TUTORIAL STORE. Or, simply watch the fun fold card class and learn how to make the templates.
Fun Fold Card Ideas Class: Learn to Make This Month’s 4 Templates
Grab some old card stock, and old Designer Series Paper, and let’s make the templates for these fun fold cards. Nothing needs to match, since these will just be your templates. If you haven’t already, you will want to get a “shoebox” to store the templates in. Each month we will make 4 new ones you’ll add to your box.
Did you miss the first 2 classes? You’ll find the links to those classes further down in this post. Go back and make those templates. After this class, you will have 12 different fun fold card ideas & templates!
Ready to make these fun fold card ideas? To create your templates, simply follow along with the video; start, pause, or stop the video as you need to.
Do you prefer having written instructions? I have a PDF Tutorial available that shows how to make all four of these fun fold card templates plus the step-by-step instructions for making the four complete cards using the ‘Happiness Abounds’ stamp set bundle.
PLEASE NOTE – some of the products in the tutorial may be retired, however, the templates/instructions are designed so that you can make these fun fold cards with any stamps, ink, and paper.
Fun Fold Card Ideas Class – Volume 3 Tutorial
In the video, you see the cards I made using the templates and using the ‘Happiness Arounds’ stamp set, dies, and Hues of Happiness Designer Series Paper. These fun fold cards turned out so cute! I love how you can cut images from the DSP with the dies and/or stamp the images. With the PDF tutorial, you get cutting/scoring diagrams, measurements, plus the step-by-step instructions for making the Happiness Abounds completed cards!
The class is all about making the templates so you will always have them handy when you want to make fun fold cards. I hope you use this free class video and create them – and don’t forget to write all the measurements on your templates!
Get All Fun Fold Tutorials for FREE When You Join the Klompen Stampers!
One of the many benefits of joining the Klompen Stampers is that most of the tutorials in my Tutorial Store are available to you to download for FREE. This includes all volumes of the Fun Folds. So, if you missed any of them – you can get them all FREE when you join us!!!!
All the Fun Fold Template Classes
If you missed any of the Fun Fold classes, here they all are for you to go back and watch and make your templates!
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