Creative Sketches - Fancy Folds

Hi Everyone! Ready for a challenge?

The challenge today at Creative-Sketches is to create a project using a fancy fold of your choosing. I chose to try a new-to-me slider technique to create this 5x5 greeting card. Here it is in the 'open' position:

Wondering how it's made? Check out this how-to video and you'll be making one in no time!

(And don't worry, the video is 7 minutes long because I was moving slow - it is not a hard technique. I tend to get a little nervous making videos and end up sounding like Minnie Mouse on helium while  rushing through to finish. I was calm this time and took time to explain!)

Thanks for stopping by! To see more fancy fold projects, visit the Creative-Sketches blog.


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Ink: Chocolate chip (100908), Bashful Blue (105209)
Paper: Play Date Designer Series Paper (117168), Old Olive (100702), Real Red (115320), So Saffron (105118), Whisper White (100730)
Tools and Embellishments: Jewels Basic Rhinestone (229246), Metallic Eyelets (105319), Ribbon Scraps, Eyelet Setter, Stylus (100663), Bone Folder (102300), Paper Cutter (104152)
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Comments

  1. WOW cool I have never seen this before either!!

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  2. That is really cool! thanks so much for the tutorial!

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  3. Love the colors you chose, the technique you used (awesome!) and the bit of designer paper to pull this all together. Well done!

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  4. Oh, boy! A new fun fold design! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. I have never seen this fold before! Thanks for the directions!

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  6. I can't wait to try this! Bookmarked it for future reference, thanks!

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  7. How cute is this?! Thanks for sharing a tutorial too!

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  8. Is that cute or what!! I've never seen that fold before, great card!

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