It’s back again!!!
If any of you missed the Impossible Card craze about 5 months ago don’t worry because today I’m sharing the genius Invisible Impossible card.
I didn’t realise that Trimcraft actually made this design 3 months ago, but I’m glad I found it because it’s awesome, and personally, I think this is how it should always be made.
By simply changing the base to acetate instead of cardstock, it not only gives the look that it’s floating or invisible but it gives the card the strength it needs to stay upright all the time.
It’s hard to see in the pictures but the base is the acetate and the green paper is stuck on top.
The normal Impossible Card pictured in the video below is still brilliant and has been extremely popular, but if your like me and keep all those special cards, for longevities sake this card should be made using acetate.
Today’s card is 6″ x 4.1/2″ and the other one I made is 5″ x 7″ so 2 sizes to choose from.
I’ve used AGAIN the awesome Helz Cuppleditch “Beach Life” papers with a decoupage topper. All available from Amazon.
To make this card you will need…
First, it’s best to make a template from cardstock, that way then you can lie this under your acetate and cut it much easier.
Cut your cardstock to 6″ x 4.1/2 and mark it as shown in my template below.
2 pieces of 2.7/8 x 4.1/4 pattern paper for your base mat.
2 pieces of 2.5/8 x 4″ pattern paper to layer on top.
1 piece of 2.1/2 x 3.1/2 white card for your pop up/flap piece.
2 pieces of 2.1/4 x 3.1/4 pattern paper to layer over both sides of your white card.
1 piece of 3″ x 2″ white card for the back of your card and your sentiment.
Check out my full tutorial below to see how I made it.
I hope you enjoy my tutorial, I’ve attached Trimcrafts original tutorial for you to also check out.
If you haven’t tried making the Impossible card I highly recommend you do, they are great cards to make and will get everyone talking.
Have a wonderful weekend and happy crafting.
7 thoughts on “Invisible Impossible Card”
What a great card design and really so simple to make. Love it. Thanks for sharing it with us.
Wow another great make can’t wait to give it a try with the acetate
Love it Sam, Thanks for sharing Hugs Diane
Thank you Kristie 🙂
Thank you so much for the awesome tutorial! I just had to make a card of my own after seeing it. <3
Very cute card. I’d love it if people would list the paper packs they are using. Darling paper.
Thank you, I always list the paper I use and the links for this paper in my blog posts. I also always show my paper packs in my tutorials. 🙂