Happy Monday everyone, to start off the week I have this cool Tunnel Fold Card to share which looks like your looking into a fish tank.
The idea for this card came from this smaller version from the 1950s
I loved the way it was constructed and decided to make a modern 5″ x 7″ version.
I love the ‘Under The Sea’ die set from First Edition and thought fish tank theme would work well with the tunnel style.
You can purchase the dies below from my Amazon Store Front here, or from Create & Craft here.
It’s a really versatile die set and something that will never date and always be used.
The cardstock I used was the Rainbow card below and the Unicorns & Mermaids card both by Dovecraft and available from my Amazon Store Front here.
The shine and colours you get from the card are wonderful.
The card folds completely flat and fits into a 5″ x 7″ envelope.
The pattern paper used is called ‘Fresh Feeling’ and from The Works UK.
To make this card you will need…
1 piece of 10.1/4 x 7″
Score along the 10.1/4 side at 5″, 9″ & 10″
1 piece of 8.3/4 x 7″
Score along the 8.3/4 side at 4″, 4.1/2 & 8.1/2
2 pieces of acetate large enough to cover the window you have created.
1 piece of 4.3/4 x 6.3/4 mirrored card to mat the front of the card.
1 piece of 4.1/2 x 6.1/2 pattern paper to layer onto the front of the card.
1 piece of 3.3/4 x 6.3/4 pattern paper to mat in the inside left of the card.
1 piece of 3″ x 5.3/4 white card to layer on the pattern paper to stamp and write your message.
1 piece of 3.7/8 x 6.7/8 pattern paper to cover the tunnel section of the card.
1 piece of 1″ x 7″ pattern paper to cover the side panel.
Check out my full tutorial below to see how I made it.
If you have enjoyed today’s card and like the dies used then you may also like my ‘Pop Up Shadow Box Card’ below.
I hope you like today’s inspiration and give it a go.
Remember you can share anything you make inspired by my tutorials over on my Facebook group Mixed Up Crafters.
Have a great week.
One thought on “Fish Tank Tunnel Fold Card”
Fabulous selection of makes Sam, these are brilliant xx