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Yes, it is time for Fun Fold Friday!  I received questions about how I made this card.   I thought this would be perfect to share with you on Fun Fold Friday.  

SAB14 See Ya Later 1 side

So, are you ready?  Here we go!  This is the version  we will be making today.

Happy Watercolor easel open

 1. Start with a 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" Basic Black card stock, scored at 4-1/4" (just your regular card base)

2.  Use your Stampin' Trimmer and start at the fold of your card base and measure in 1-1/4".  You are going to cut to the edge only on the front panel.  Repeat on the other side of the front panel.  It will look like this.

FFF easel step 1

Looks like arms in the "stick em up position".  

3.  Cut a piece of Very Vanilla card stock 4" x 4".  Adhere it to the inside of the card and then glue down the arms.  It will look like this.

FFF step 2 easel card4.  Score the middle panel at 2-1/8" (middle of the panel).  See above.

5. Cut two 1" x 4" strips from the Modern Medley DSP and attach them to the arms that are glued down.  Cut two  1-7/8" x 2-3/4" pieces from the Modern Medley DSP and attach it to the 2 sections of the middle panel.

FFF step 3 easel

6. Cut, color and assemble the flower for the front of the card.  Wrap the ribbon around the lower panel  and attach the flower to the side opposite of the ribbon knot.  Take care not to apply any adhesive above the score line in the middle panel.  If you do, the middle panel will not be able to bend.

Happy Watercolor easel closed

7.  Punch out a heart using the small heart punch and attach it to the banner with a Stampin' Dimensional.  This will act as your stopper for your easel.  Attach the banner to the card.    You are done!

Happy Watercolor easel open

Thanks for stopping by for another Fun Fold Friday!  If  there is  a fun fold you would like me to feature leave me a comment.   Hopefully I will know it and can share it.


barb hendrickson

Hello! I can't believe no one has commented on what an awesome card fold this is. I cannot wait to try this with my stamping ladies....they'll love it too! Thank you so much for taking the time to share all of the instructions on your blog. How very kind of you!

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thanks Barb! Sweet of you to leave a comment. Enjoy making and teaching this card!

Shirley Baker

Thanks for posting this! Love it.


Dianne Eure

I love the updated version here. It is so easy and you have given great instructions! Thanks so much for sharing! I can't wait to try it!


Oh I simply love your card, hope to make a few of these soon. Thanks for showing us.

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

You are so welcome Jan! Come back and visit soon!

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