Fancy Fold Friday – TeePee Card

I’ve seen a lot of this card on various facebook groups recently, and I had to have a go at making one.

When I had a look through Pinterest looking at this type of card, I found two methods of making it. I prefer the method I will demonstrate here, I have tried it both ways.

Stampin' Up! UK TeePee cardThe other way is to cut 3 squares of cardstock, and fold diagonally in half. Apply glue to one half of each square, and stick them together. You should end up with a sort of chain of square that wrap around to form the TeePee.

Stampin' Up! TeePee card Sale-a-bration

Here I have used Basic Black cardstock, and the Best Year Ever Sale-a-bration designer series paper, and Pink Pirouette with the same DSP.

The stamp is from Big Day, another Sale-a-bration, offering, and is punched out using the Extra-large Oval punch.

Measurements:

Cardstock – 8 1/4 x 5 3/4″

Score on the long side at 4 1/8″ and fold, as if creating a standard fold card

place this folded card base onto the Simply Scored with the short side at the top, scoring at 4 1/8 down to approximately 2 1/2″

Cut this score line, and then cut from the end of that line to the bottom corner of the card – forming a triangle.

Open the card out, score from the middle score line to the outer bottom corner on both sides

DSP = 3 3/4″ x 3 3/4″, cut into two triangles


 

Hannah Wilks

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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