Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Here is a Tree Fold card that I made last night. The shimmery gold cardstock looks really pretty and adds a festive look to the Christmas card.
Here are the directions:
These are the directions:

There are 4 squares of designer paper (and a little piece for the
trunk). The sizes of the squares are 1 1/2, 2, 2 1/2 and 3 inches.
Using your bone folder (sharp creases work best) fold the square in
half into a rectangle both ways so you have what looks like 4 squares.
Then fold into a triangle both ways -- so it's folded in half both
ways! (So it is folded in half every way it can be folded.) Then fold
back into a rectangle -- holding the paper with the fold on the top,
push in the sides to make a triangle. Take the two corners from the
top triangle and fold them to the center fold until they meet at the
crease line.....
Then layer them on cardstock to form the tree!

Happy folding,



Rosella said...

Hi Kerry,
Your blog is cooooool!!! It is going to be great to see what you are up to with stamping and your family. Your girls look as if they had a lot of fun Trick or Treating. And I'm looking forward to learning how to do the treefold card. How often are you going to post, because I'm going to keep an eye on your blog. (into my favs)
Have fun blogging!

stampinsars said...

This card looks great, Kerry! I will have to give it a try. I love the colours you used! And your blog looks great!

Michelle said...

Hey Kerr,
When did you teach Kylie the Mr. Ragg face?
I loved your blog and look forward to checking back often...

passionstamper said...

love this! I'll have to give this a try...