Inkyfingers Papercrafting

Tutorial: Fan-Fold Card

Posted on: July 12, 2017

I decided to use up all my 12×12″ cardstock, as well as my retired designer series paper, and discovered this design as a great way to do both. Plus, it creates a very striking card, yet is so simple to make!

For each card, you will need:
Base cardstock: 5.5 x 12″
Accent cardstock: 5.25 x 1.25″
5.25 x 2.25″ (2 pieces this size)
5.25 x 3.75″
Designer Series Paper: 5 x 1″
5 x 2″
5 x 3.5″
White or Vanilla cardstock: 5 x 2″

Score your base cardstock at 1.5, 3, 5.5, and 8″. Fold like a fan.

Attach your DSP pieces to the corresponding accent cardstock pieces. Attach the white or vanilla cardstock piece to the corresponding accent cardstock piece.

Starting with the smallest panel, attach the cardstock and dsp pieces to panels 1, 3, and 5. Attach the white cardstock and dsp piece to panel 4.

Embellish as desired.

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