Wednesday, June 21, 2017


Hello my crafty friends! Father's Day may be over but I've still got masculine cards on the brain. This week's project  is called a double-fold card and is also known as a Joyful card fold. This is a nice fold design because it starts out a normal A2 size but once opened expands to three panels and 10.25" wide.


I used many different CottageCutz die sets to create this project but if you don't have these dies, just substitute with different dies or whatever you have on hand. This same idea can work on a number of different themes. Just start by thinking about what you want to use for the closure and then go from there.

In my case, I started with the tree from the Grass, Trees & Vines set and built the rest around the outdoors theme. I also used all the dies from the stamp and die set called Woodlands. The detail in these stamps and dies are awesome. You can color these any number of ways but I chose to use my PrismaColor pencils. I colored the dies from the Fishing Gear set with distressed ink. 

For complete instructions and dimensions, please visit my YouTube Channel by clicking on the video image below. As always, ask any questions you have and give me a thumbs up if you enjoy the video. If you haven't already, please subscribe so that you won't miss any future CottageCutz videos. Thank you for supporting the channel. I appreciate every one of you who follow me across any of my social media platforms.

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Thanks for spending some time today with me today. See you again soon!

- Janet
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