Fancy Folds Blog Hop – JAI 74

Hi everyone…..welcolme to the Fancy Folds Blog Hop (JAI # 75).  Ohhh, this is so exciting – and I know you are just going to love seeing what all the girls have in store for you this week.

Joy Fold Card

For this Fancy Folds Blog Hop – I decided to do a Joy Fold Card.  I decided on this because, it’s pretty easy to do but quite effective.
The one I have put together for this Blog Hop is quite simple but I just really wanted to show the actual fold / technique. The steps I used to make this card and my dimensions are as follows……

Step One

I started with 2 pieces of Pacific Point card stock that make up the base of my card.
1 – 8 ¾ “ x 4” . I scored this at 5 ¾”
1 – 9” x 3”. I scored this at 4 ½”

The other pieces of card I have cut are the layers for decoration.  You could use one layer for this or DSP if you wish.
My dimensions are as follows:
Bashful Blue
1 – 5 ½” x 3 ¾”
2 – 4 ¼” x 2 ¾”

Whisper White
1 – 5 ¼” x 3 ½”
2 – 4” x 2 1/2”

Step 2

I layered and stuck the larger Bashful Blue and Whisper White pieces into my large Pacific Point piece. I stamped some Flowers and a Butterfly on the outside flap. These are from the Every Moment Stamp Set.

Step 3

I layered and stuck the Bashful Blue and Whisper White pieces inside my smaller Pacific Point piece. I stamped a Butterfly onto it. This will be the inside of your finished card.

Step 4

 I stamped and coloured some flowers onto the last Whisper White piece. This is the image that is going to be on the front of you finished card.

Step 5
 
I then layered and stuck the remaining Bashful Blue and my Flower piece to the outside of the small Pacific Point bit. This then kinda looks like a little card – that opens the wrong way. (Fold on the right hand side).
Then I put some adhesive on the back of the smaller card and stuck it to the inside centre of the large card. So when opened – it kinda looks like a card with an opening on both sides.

Step 6

Add a bit of ribbon and your done!

I hope you have a go at making a Joy Fold card – let me know if you do.

Now it’s time for you to move onto the next fabulous JAI DT member – Nikki, who has another awesome Fancy Fold for you to try.    Just click on the button below to take you there

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29 Responses to Fancy Folds Blog Hop – JAI 74

  1. Wow, you’re right simple and effective. Thanks for a great tutorial.

  2. Paula Dobson says:

    That is such a pretty card Chantell, and using one of my favourite stamp sets too! You have put together a fabulous tutorial ♥

  3. Delys says:

    Gorgeous card Chantell. I havent done one of these for aggggeees so must do one. Wonderful tutorial too

  4. Marlena M says:

    This is pretty…thanks for the pics and measurements! 😉

  5. You’re right it is a vary effective card!!! Great tutorial 🙂

  6. An awesome tutorial and one gorgeous card, Chantell. TFS.

  7. Mae Collins says:

    Chantell with your gorgeous card and these simple and clear instructions you have inspired me to give this unique card fold a try…may be later today when I really wake up after last night’s efforts! ♥

  8. Mae Collins says:

    Chantell with your gorgeous card plus the simple and clear instructions in your tutorial you have inspired me to give this unique card fold a try…may be later today when I wake up probably after last night’s efforts! ♥

  9. Tania Gould says:

    Oh that’s what they’re called – I love “Joy Fold” cards!!! Great job Chantell!

  10. ozzimum92 says:

    I agree the Joy Fold Card is easy to make & gets many oohs & aaahs. I love your colour combo – makes me want to try one now. Thanks for sharing!

  11. Kathy Tanner says:

    A beautiful card Chantel. Love the colours you’ve used and the flowers are so gorgeous!

  12. Oh very nice indeed, colour choice is amazing and yes I do like water colouring….hmmmm

  13. Estela Oliveira says:

    This card format I did not know. It’s very beautiful.
    Estela Oliveira

  14. Thank you so much for showing me a new fold technique – I’m new to all of this and I really do enjoying learning and trying new things! Have a great weekend. Theresa

  15. nikki spencer says:

    Fab fold Chantell, very simple-awesome result. Beautiful colouring too!
    A great easy to follow tutorial, will be having a go for sure!

  16. Lai-Yoke says:

    Fun fold card and great coloring on the flowers too!

  17. Kim Badelt says:

    Great tutorial for a very clever but surprisingly simple card fold Chantell. Love the colours you used 🙂
    Kim

  18. Susan Joyce says:

    Pretty card Chantell, must use this fold more often.

  19. This is just gorgeous and so simple! Love it! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  20. Patrice says:

    This is such a pretty card Chantell, and I love your simple to understand instructions. Can’t wait to try one of these.

  21. bronheslop says:

    Chantell, this is beautiful! Thank you for reminding me about this style of card… I do like it!

  22. Tui Nathan says:

    This is soo nice Chantell, I love your coloring and the blue combo is so fresh and perfect for the image. I have made this fold card only once, thank you for bringing it back!!!

  23. Lovely Chantell,
    I am begining to like Pacific Point a bit more after making this card.
    Thank you for sharing your creative talents.

  24. Cheryl says:

    Haven’t done this fold before. Looks like a fun one that I’m sure I’ll be trying soon. Thanks!

  25. Helen H says:

    Very pretty Chantell. The blue combo looks great & the little butterfly inside is a sweet touch. 🙂

  26. Chantell
    This is a pretty card.
    It’s very beautiful.

  27. Beautiful card! love the colouring….

  28. Andrea says:

    Sometimes the simple things are the sweetest! Love your JOY FOLD … and the colours are so soft and “springy”. (I am over this wind … bring on spring!!!) Hugs xxaxx

  29. […] style, a joyfold card.  There are lots of great demonstration online, my card was inspired by this site.  This card was made for a friend’s 50th birthday (not mentioning any names… Wayne […]

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