Trick or Treat with Suzz

Hopefully today’s tutorial will teach you a new trick and be a treat!

You open up the left flap:

And then the right flap:

Completely open the card lays flat like this:

Here’s how to make a card like mine.

I cut two pieces of white cardstock measuring 5 1/2″ x 11″.

I scored the cardstock at 5 1/2″. I then scored on a diagonal from the top left corner to the middle score on a diagonal and folded it back. To score the opposite side score at 5 1/2″. I then Score from the bottom right corner to the middle score at the top.

You will tape down the center pieces in the middle together. I wait until I am done with all my stamping before putting the two pieces together.

This is how the card looks with the two front folds folded back and the middle opened up:

The rest of the design is deciding what you want to use for your front and inside design. I decided to use this as a Halloween card for my oldest. I will send it off to him with a gift card inside.

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Thank you Suzz for the new crafty tricks! Now guess what? it’s your turn! Join us this week in the challenge and show us what techniques you’re ready to rock!

  1. Definitely going to try this new trick. Such a treat!! Love your card Suzz. Fantastic vintage feel and the colors you used are awesome. Can’t wait to try this! — Mary Elizabeth

  2. I love how your project turned out, Suzz! And folding seems so…do-able! I think I can handle this, which is always a plus! Thanks for the inspiration and for such a clever technique that can still be done by a commoner such as myself! ;)

  3. Great interactive project Suzz! This is so much fun and has so much wonderful detail ~ I love it and thank you for sharing your tutorial! :)