Impossible Card Fold is a super hot item these days on the internet and I wanted to give it a try. In my own way I made the measurements easy to do and easy to remember! Below you will see the items I used as well as many step by step photos of scoring. I did a Facebook Live as I do most Thursdays at noon Central Time and I have edited the video for you to watch at the end of this post. Enjoy!
The Three Bundles that you can order right now are so fun I can’t stop playing with this set! I am offering a FREE Card Kit to everyone who orders before May 10 that includes Five Cards with all of the precut pieces plus envelopes. I send a Tips and Tricks Video link to you as well as a PDF.
Plus you will receive a PDF that has Fifty ideas to use this set with!!! Check out that blog post HERE.
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You must place your order by May 10th so I can prepare your kit and ship to you on May 22, 2018
Impossible Card Fold Stampin’ Up! Supplies:
· STAMPS – Love What You Do (148042 photopolymer)
· PAPER – Rich Razzleberry (146345 – Share What You Love Cardstock Pack), Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper (DSP) (146926), Whisper White Thick (140272), Whisper White (100730)
· INK – Old Olive (126953), Rich Razzleberry (126950)
· OTHER –Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430), Snail (104332), Pearlized Doilies (146936)
Impossible Card Fold Cutting & Scoring:
· Whisper White Thick (card base) – 4″ x 5 1/2″
· Rich Razzleberry – 1 7/8″ x 3 3/8″
· DSP – (2) 2 5/8″ x 1 7/8″ and (2) 7/8″x 1 7/8″
Impossible Card Fold Instructions:
Score on the 4″ side at 2″ (half of 4″)
Rotate the cardstock so the 5 1/2″ side is across the top of the Simply Scored and score at 2 3/4″ (half of 5 1/2″)
Stop scoring at the 2″ line
Next flip the card around so that you are on the other side and score at 1″ to the 2″ horizontal line.
You will then score at 4 1/2″ to the 2″ line.
Use your snips to cut on the solid lines
Twist the cardstock so that your panels look like this.
Such a fun fold now comes the fun part…decorating it!
Watch my video to make sure you decorate the correct panels!