Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Splitcoast Tutorial - Double Diamond Fold

Today's tutorial over on Splitcoast is an elegant card called a Double Diamond Fold Card. I hope you'll come over and take a peek at Joann's gorgeous sample - she has such a beautiful way of using dimensional die cut flowers and flourishes.


Here's my card - I added a ribbon closure for presentation. The panels are hot press watercolor paper, and I used markers (Zig and Distress) for the coloring.


The cards are beautiful on display - here's a peek inside mine.


Have a wonderful day - I'll be back tomorrow with a special art journal page!

Thanks for stopping by!

11 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Dina, love the papers you have used. Very
    special fold of a card tfs!
    Maria x

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  2. Oh, what a gorgeous card, Dina, and I love the IO image and your coloring! Stunning! Hugs!

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  3. This is really beautiful and has a lovely feminine feel. Hopefully not as complicated as it looks to put together! I'll have to check out the tutorial.

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  4. Loved making this card but cannot figure out how to hide the 'triangles" that are in the back. They never show in pictures..

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    1. I saw an another tutorial and I saw triangles. But for this one, I don't know but, I would really want to know. May be cut them with cutter???

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    2. When I made my version of this card, I covered all my triangles on the front. When the card is folded, only the front shows. I used a paper trimmer to cut my triangles and my diamonds. I just made them 1/8 inch smaller so I had an edge all around. Cheers!

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    3. I folded the triangles inwards and they do not appear anymore. I do it before the decoration. Aloes I actually have two diamonds. Have a good day Thanks Scottygirl too

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  5. Do you have a video tutorial for this card? I'd love to make it. Cheers!

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    1. There is one on Splitcoaststampers! The link is in the first sentence of the post.

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