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Fun Fold Card for the 15th

Hi  to all our fellow crafter's, Ange here on the SBC blog today. I've got a fun fold card for the 15th July, I will start off with the step by step instructions for you, this is the easiest way I have found to make 2 Easel Card bases from 3 square cards.

Tip: When doing a flower cluster try and use different color flowers with varying sized flowers, I find if you use double sided paper this helps make it so much easier for your card to have a blended look.

All you have to do now is decorate your card!

My Finished Card - Easel Card with a Top Corner Pocket.
Hint - Put a personal message in the top corner pocket - friends just love that personal touch!

To achieve the top corner pocket, glue first layer of paper to the card front, then you will glue a second layer on top making sure you don't glue the top corner. Then using a paint brush roll your top corner paper back holding the paint brush tightly then just slide the paint brush out and this will form your roll leaving you with a corner pocket.

Paper - Kaisercraft Tigerlilly Collection P802 Blossom - Double Sided.
Flowers -  Enthaily.
Flowers - Prima.
Pearls - Molossi.
Rhinestones - Molossi.
My Stash - Pins, Base White Cardstock, Lace and Corner Rose Paper.

Thank you for stopping by, I hope I've inspired you to make this fun fold card.



  1. Amazing card Angie, love all the flowers and a fabulous step by step too hun, thanks for sharing xxx

  2. Thank you so much Avril, I do love the Easel Card and they are so much fun to decorate. Angexxoo

  3. Love the picture, I am a visual girl so seeing step by step is awesome!


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