Here is a free Tutorial of how to create this fold card. I hope it inspires you and you will share yours.
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 Stampin’ Up! Supplies: 

  • STAMPS – Any stamps you have, I used In The Moment and Waves of Inspiration
  • PAPER – Basic White Thick Cardstock (159229), Waves Of Inspiration Designer Series Paper, Basic White Cardstock  (159276) 
  • INK  PAD – Gorgeous Grape, Black Momento, Soft Suede,  Watercolor pencils
  • OTHER – Paper Trimmer (152392), Stamparatus (146276), Simple Shammy (147042), Clear Block Bundle (118491), Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755) Tear n Tape, Bone tool

Cutting & Scoring:  the base

  • Basic White Thick Cardstock - 8” x 5 ½”, score and fold at 3”, 6” & 7” 
  • Basic White Cardstock - 3” x 6” score at 4¼”

Cutting & Scoring:  the layers

  • Designer Series Paper – 2 ¾” x 5 ¼”, ¾” x 5 ¼”
  • Basic White –  2 ¾” x  4“ (top piece)



  • Stamp images and sentiments on the top piece and color the lady. I used the Layering Diorama Dies to give her shape. You can add any stamps you want to the front.  
  • Add two DSP layers to the base with multipurpose glue.
  • Add tear n tape to the 3” x 6” and adhere the shorter side to the back of the base, it helps to fold the base flat first
  • Adhere the top piece to the front 
  • Add any embellishments like coordinating ribbon or gems. 

This diagram below uses the colored Cardstock for the 2 base pieces, you can add more layers by cutting ¼“ smaller piece then the base. I learned this card layout from Linked by Ink teammates Ann Coffey and Debbi Hill. 



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I was so inspired by Karen Titus’s Pocket card. I found it fun to use up some patterned paper I had stashed. I loved how easy these were to put together! If you place an order with me this month using the host code Posted to the right I will send you a version of this pocket card! 

The pretty pansy’s made the cut too with Soft Succulent, Rich Razzleberry and fresh freesia cardstock, matching the Fresh Freesia and Pale Papaya ribbon 

I cut out some pansies from the patterned paper for a pop up accent. 

This card I used In The Wild patterned paper, Soft Succulent cardstock and ribbon. I fussy cut out the tiger. The sentiment is stamped in soft succulent.  

This card I used In good taste and Smoky Slate cardstock with Metallic Mesh ribbon and blushing bride stamp pad. 

Measurements to cut:
 Patterned paper : 4” x 10 1/4”, score at the top 1” and 5” 
 Base colored cardstock: 4 1/4” x 5 1/2”
 Basic white at 3 3/4” x 5”

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Today I am making a fun Bridge Fold card I learned from Karen Titus. I used Basic White Cardstick, Balmy blue Cardstick, You're A Peach Designer Series Paper, The Dragonfly Bundle, Waves Dies, Pacific Point stamp pad. 

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Happy Stamping, Suzie

OH, This is my handsome boy, Aiden, He is a rescue Mastiff and a gentle giant. My bestie.


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