Fancy Fold Friday | Split Panel Card

Fancy Fold Friday

Now, I will admit that this week I am pushing the boundary’s of ‘fancy fold’ but I keep seeing this style of card on Pinterest, and just HAD to give it a go!

Fancy fold friday video tutorial split panel card using birthday blooms from Stampin' Up!I am not going to waffle too much today, I do plenty of that in the video tutorial. This card really is simple to create, it really just comes down to cutting and sticking in the right places!

I wanted to keep this card simple – seeing as it is a simple faux fancy fold – and so sticking to one colour and one stamp set were the way to go for me! I am still loving finding new ways to use Birthday Blooms, an absolute MUST OWN set! and it is carrying over in the new catalogue too!

Before I finish with the measurements of this card, I just want to remind you that the current catalogues both end on the 31st May! don’t forget to check out the retiring list before your favourite stamps leave us forever!

Fancy Fold Friday Split Panel Card using Birthday Blooms from Stampin' up! UkMeasurements:

Card Base – Bermuda Bay – Half A4 (10.5 x 29.8 cm)

Insert the Card Base into your Stamping trimmer with the long side at the top, score at 14.8 cm and cut at 19.6 and 24.8 cm

Whisper White -4.3 x 10 cm, and 2 pieces 4.5 x 10 cm


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Hannah McCurley

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