Are you ready to learn how to make a partial flap fold card? This easy and fun card will definitely make you smile. As you work on making your collection of Fun Fold Templates, you will find that I sometimes go back and pull a template that I already shared and create a new card with it. This will help you see the value of making these templates, as well as how to use and re-use them.
The partial flap card I’m sharing today is from class #2 (July.) If you made the templates, you already have all the cutting and scoring details.
This flap fold card also shows you how you can change the orientation of your template (portrait or landscape).
The Storybook Gnomes Designer Series Paper is my feature designer paper today and it’s used for almost every element on the card. The greeting is the only stamping we have on this one.
Many of the images on the Designer Series Paper (DSP) coordinate with dies that cut out the images. When you get the Storybook Gnomes Suite you’ll have lots of options– stamp the images and cut them out or just use the dies to cut the images from the paper. For this partial flap card I’m choosing to use the dies to cut out the images on the designer paper.
Partial Flap Fold Card Video Tutorial
If you’ve not already made this partial flap fold card from the July template class make sure look further in the post for where to get those instructions. The template classes are valuable resources you’ll use often!
Do you like these cute little guys as much as I do? Will you use this paper to make your partial flap fold card or will you use something different? I’d love to read your creative ideas!
Cutting Images from Designer Series Paper
For all the cards shown I used the dies to cut out a whole pile of images from the Designer Series Paper.
Partial Flap Fold Card Details
CUTTING & SCORING:
- Crumb Cake: 4 1/4″ x 11″, score at 5 1/2″ (after scoring, cut 3″ piece off of the front)
- Designer Series Paper (top): 2 1/4″ x 4″
- Paper from Focal Point layer: 2 3/4″ x 4″
- Inside – Basic White: 4″ x 5 1/4″
For a complete list of all the supplies I used, click the button below.
I even put one of the Gnomes that I cut from the paper on the inside of my fun fold card!
More Cards With the Pieces I Cut
Here are all 3 of the cards I made. This Designer Series Paper was perfect for making the card backgrounds too. Want a closer look of these cards? The video is a must-see!
Make Your Own Fun Fold Templates
We have now had 3 classes, so there are 12 different templates you can make. Have you watched the free class video and made your templates? If not, you will see all the posts below so that you can easily find the video.
Click the links below each picture to go back to the original post for each class. There you will find the video, as well as the information to purchase the tutorial.
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22 thoughts on “Make Use of Your Free Card Template & Make This Partial Flap Fold Card”
Thank you for this new application of the fun fold from July. I appreciate you posting the link to previous classes. Have a great week.
I’m so glad you enjoyed today’s project! Thanks for watching!
So stinkin’ cute. Thanks so much for all your work you share with us. Blessings, Lisa
Happy to share and thrilled to hear that you thought this card was cute!
I really enjoyed getting and making your templates the last three months. I made a little box for them so they’re easily accessible. Looking forward to seeing what you have in store for us next month.
I’m so glad that you’ve got your box and are creating with us!
Love, Love your cards…Thanks a Bunch
You’re welcome, Dee! Thanks for watching.
Thanks for sharing Jackie!
You’re welcome Theresa–have a stamp happy day!
How do I find your fun fold cards? How do I follow along?
Follow along with the video–that link is in the blog post or go to my YouTube Channelhttps://youtu.be/CIhdD8YCDYs. Links to the fun fold cards are also in the blog post.
I don’t have a lot of dies, so I’ll have to improvise. I have a couple of small flowers and a butterfly. I guess I have concentrated on getting the stamps.
I really enjoy working with my hippo stamps and my penguin stamps. They’re so cute.
You can also cut images out with scissors until you are able to get some dies. Those hippo and penguin sets are so cute and fun to create with; I’m so glad that you are enjoying them!
I love that you are showing cards using your monthly fun-fold templates! Such a perfect & practical way to use the templates made from your classes with Dave. Thank you, Jackie!
I hope it helps people to see how versatile the templates are and how to apply the concepts!
Thank you. I never thought to make a templet of the cards I like to make. Thanks so much of the ideas.
You’re welcome! I hope that you find it helpful, Sue!
These gnome cards are so cute. The design papers are so colorful and really make the cards. Thank you for sharing your talents with us.
I love sharing the ideas, Linda. Thanks so much for watching.
Hi Jackie, I just discovered your fun fold templates and have made them all. Thank you for sharing!! Your gnome cards are so cute!! Guin
Happy to hear that you caught up and made them all! Keep an eye out for the first Friday of every month were we create 4 new templates!