Stampin'Up! Tuxedo Fancy Fold Card

Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Gemma Clarke

Hello everyone

Today I have made a tutorial as promised from my previous post. For the Crafty Cupcakes team blog hop I made a tuxedo fold card. As always I have changed things up a bit and also resized the card.

The card I shared with you was made with the Delightful Daisy Suite in the Annual Catalogue but in the video I have used the fabulous Bubbles and Fizz DSP which is in the Sale-A-Bration catalogue

For this card you will need the following

A piece of card measuring 6" x 8 1/2"

A strip of card measuring 3/4" x 4 7/8"

To decorate your card you will need your choice of patterned paper in the following,

4 pieces  1 3/4" x 1 3/4

2 pieces 1 3/4" x 3 3/4" Which you will need to cut as per instructed in the video

1 extra piece of 1 3/4" x 1 3/4" to cut in half diagonally for the front of the card.

2 magnets, I use these ones here  10mm by 1mm thick

Some window sheet, either one piece 2 5/8" x 5" or strips depending on what embellishments you will be using.

See here for the video

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Until next time,

 Happy crafting!
  Gemma xx
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  1. Love, love, love it Gemma. This 'Fun Fold' is a great card and the designs you have made previously were outstanding! The delightful daisies were delightful and the large Valentine's was spectacular. You were not keen on this one from the video tutorial perhaps thats because it is a more masculine card. I think it is great! :O)

  2. Oh Gemma, you have excelled once again. QUERY: With regards to the window sheet where you placed the bottles on, it looked like it was shaped at the top (my eyes are not as young as they were once!!). Would you please tell us what shape it was and how you shaped it. Thank you: Old Mal, Melbourne, Australia

    1. Hi Mal, I did shape the top of the window sheet, I cut from the middle at the top to the side to make it pointed. It was roughly 2" down on either side. I hope this makes sense x