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A Striking New Card Fold | Beautiful Double Column Cards

Hi everyone, I love combining or doubling up card styles and making something different.

This card is a double bridge fold with added side panels and then two diamonds on either side to hold it together.

It’s a lovely style card which can be made any size and with any shape on the front.

I used the gorgeous Fields of Dreams again to decorate the cards, with a mix of silver and gold mirror card.

These are a 5 x 7 size when displayed and fold flat into a 7 x 7 size.

You have space on the back to write your message.

SUPPLIES USED TO MAKE THESE CARDS

The Field of Dreams paper pads and stamp set is available here.

Creative Craft Products Sympathy Sentiment is available here.

Mirrored cardstock is available here.

Embossing Powders are available here.

Anti-static bag available here.

Heat tool, with UK adapter available here.

Watermark ink pad available here.

MEASUREMENTS NEEDED TO MAKE THESE CARDS

2 pieces of 7′ X 7′ card for the front and back of the card.

Score along one side at 1′, 2′, 5′ & 6′

2 pieces of 4′ x 7′ card for the sides.

Score along the 4′ side at 1′ & 3′

To make the diamond shapes you will need 1 piece of 5′ x 7′ card, 1 piece of 4.5/8 x 6.1/2 mirror card, and 1 piece of 4.1/4 x 6′ card.

2 pieces of 2.3/4 x 6.3/4 mirror card for the middle and back.

1 piece of 2.1/2 x 6.1/2 pattern paper for the middle and white card for the back.

8 pieces of 3/4′ x 6.3/4 mirror card and 8 pieces of 1/2′ x 6.1/2 pattern paper for the small panels.

2 pieces of 1.3/4 x 6.3/4 mirror card and 2 pieces of  1.1/2 x 6.1/2 pattern paper for the sides.

Follow my full tutorial below to see how I made them.

Thank you for visiting today.

Happy crafting

Sam

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