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Twisted Gate Fold Card

Hello everyone, today I have these stunning Twisted Gate Fold Cards to share with you.

Stunning Twisted Gate Fold Cards

Using products from this month’s “Taste of Morocco” Hobbybase Club kit, I think these cards look gorgeous.

Stunning Twisted Gate Fold Cards

They fold completely flat and fit in an A7 size envelope.

Stunning Twisted Gate Fold Cards

The handmade rosettes finish these off perfectly and, I think, makes them look more Oriental, with a more Japanese style.

Stunning Twisted Gate Fold Card.

To make these you will need…

1 piece of 9″ x 6″ cardstock, these are very easy to adapt to any size as long as your longest side can be divided by 3 and the hight is up to you.

Score along the 9″ side at 3″ & 6″ this will give you 3, 3″ x 6″ panels.

Then score in the first and last panels from the top right-hand corner down to the bottom left.

1 piece of 2.3/4 x 5.5/8 white card for the centre to put your sentiment on.

1 piece of 2.5/8 x 5.3/8 white card to mat the front twisted panels.

1 piece of 2.1/4 x 4.3/4 pattern paper for the very front.

1 piece of 2.5/8 x 5.3/8 pattern paper for the back.

1 piece of 1″ x 11″, A4 length or 12″ and score along the longest side at every 1/4″

Embellishments to decorate.

My foils, pattern paper and embellishments are all from this month’s Hobbybase Club kit.

Check out my full tutorial below to see how I made them.

 

These wedding cards will definitely stand out from the rest.

Stunning Twisted Gate Fold Cards

Thank you for popping by today, if you would like to find out more about joining the Hobbybase Club please visit www.hobbybase.club

As always please share any of your makes over on my Facebook page Mixed Up Craft.

Happy crafting

Sam

xoxo

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6 thoughts on “Twisted Gate Fold Card

  1. Thank you for this wonderful and very clear tutorial. I made a bunch of cards right away, and they turned out beautifully. Would love to show you what I made, but do not know how and where to post if for you to see it.
    Warmest Regards,
    Helga

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  2. Fab and thank you. I subscribed to the box and your tutorial is a blessing as I has no idea how to use the foil sheets etc. Once again thank you.

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  3. Hello Helga, Thank you for your comment, I’m so pleased you enjoyed making these. I would love to see your creations, If you LIKE may Facebook page Mixed Up Craft you can send me you pictures that way. Sam x

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  4. Hi there. Greetings from Romania. I would really appreciate if you could share the measurements in centimeters, too. Thanks in advance, I love watching you create these works of art.

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  5. Hello, I keep saying I will share in cm but I always forget and i’m so used to working in inches. I will try in future tutorials. Glad you enjoy my tutorials x

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