Today’s tutorial on Splitcoast is written by Patty Bombyk. She shows us how to create a unique card fold she calls Double Dutch fold. It’s like a mix of a vertial card and a gatefold.

(Since I thought this tutorial would run last week, I made it a Christmas card. So bear with me and allow me to show you another Holiday card.) For my video tutorial sample I used the adorable Uru and Bird image from Whiff of Joy. The image was stamped with in  Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on Neenah Solar White cardstock, cut out with a Classic Square Nestabilities die and colored with Copic Markers (Hat, Shirt and Bird: R12, R14, R27, R29, E09   Star and dots on Shirt: Y15, Y17, E97   Shoes and Shirt: E55, E57, E59   Leggings and Ribbon: YG13, YG17, YG67, C0, C2   Bird House: E21, E23, E25, E27   Background: BG0000, BG000, BG01). The square was stitched to a slightly smaller square cut and embossed out of  Canyon Brown cardstock before the layers were adhered to a piece of Kraft cardstock, cut and embossed with a Label 15 Nestabilities die.

My card base was created out of Kraft cardstock. The bottom two corners were rounded. MME 12 Days of Christmas patterned paper was used to decorate the panels. A bow out of gold organdy Ribbon was topped with a red button, tied on with iridescent curling Ribbon and adhered to the lower right corner of the image. The image was adhered to the top part of the card with dimensionals.

A sentiment from Whiff of Joy’s Seasonal Greetings. was stamped in Tuxedo Black in on Solar White cardstock and cut and embossed with the smallest Petite Oval Nestabilities die. The embossed center was colored with Copic Marker BG0000, BG000. The sentiment was adhered to the lower right corner of the card front. Rhinestones from the 72 Count Rhinestone pack finish off my card front.

The inside of the card is kept simple as always. A slightly smaller piece of white cardstock, stitched with matching paper from the front and voila….done.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!
Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

18 Responses to “Tutorial on SCS – Double Dutch Fold”

  1. Awesome card Beate…so pretty! I have to give this double dutch fold a try soon, thanks for the video tutorial from you & the link to the SCS tutorial that Patty made.

  2. Great video, Beate. Thanks…it actually is an easy card! Looks like it would be complicated, but no!

  3. Fabulous card Beate!

  4. Adorable card. This is the first time I have seen this particular fold. I want to try it soon.
    Thanks,
    Peggy

  5. Another wonderful card idea! Thanks!

  6. How creative – love your video and other cards, too! TFS!

  7. Thank you for another WONDERFUL video tutorial, Beate! What a great fold and your card is FABULOUS as always!

    Naomi
    xoxo

  8. Beate, your card is adorable! Love your image which is coloured beautifully!!! Thanks for the video tutorial!!! Definitely a cool fold!

  9. What a great fold, Beate! Love it, and can’t wait to give it a try. Your finished card is adorable – thanks for sharing!

  10. Hello!

    What a great card idea! I love this image and you have created another beautiful card! Thank you for the tutorial – I always love watching you create! Wishing you a happy day today!

    Hugs,

    Barbara DIane

  11. Oh my goodness! This is so so adorable. Love this fun fold.

  12. i have never seen this fold before (yes, i live under a rock…) and it’s so fun! thank for the awesome video as always. love love your gorgeous card!

  13. that is too cute, love that little image, fun papers, so sweet!

  14. Love your shading….I just can’t get enough of the copic shading that you do….love your color combos thanks for your inspiration…

  15. Darling as usual Beate! Thank you for sharing. ;0)

  16. What a fab idea Beate! And a gorgeous make!

    A very happy New Year to you honey!

  17. Thank you for the video Beate…I am one of those visual learners :) I’m actually going to sit down today and make a card!

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