Tuesday, 14 January 2020

TECHNIQUE TUESDAY - BRIDGE FOLD CARD

Good morning crafty friends

Today I'm showing how I made a 'bridge fold' card (I've only realised I've accidentally deleted one of the forward slashes on my web address!)



MEASUREMENTS

Base card:  8"x41/4 (20.5cm x 11cm)
Score:  11/4"  21/2"  51/2"  63/4 (3.2cm  6.5cm  14cm  17.4cm)

Paper:  1"x4" (4 pieces)    (2.5cm x 10.2cm)
              23/4"x 4"  (one piece, for the card middle/optional)   (7.2cm x 10.2cm)

Bridge:  11/4" x 51/2 (3.2cm x 14cm)
Paper:  1/8" smaller than 'bridge' card  (0.3cm)




June

12 comments:

  1. These are so lovely! Love their shape! Crafty hugs Linda

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  2. Fabulous cards June, a super design.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  3. these are beautiful June and you give me an idea of papers that I have along time.
    Gr Karin

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  4. Lovely shaped card - so unusual!! Thanks for video - I couldn't see how it folded flat - but then ...so obvious!!
    Thanks for sharing!!

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  5. Great shape and a great video....thank you.
    xxx Margreet

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  6. Hi June your cards are stunning. I love making this style of card. Thank you for the video. Take care. Hugs Jackie

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  7. They look wonderful June,xxx

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  8. Yet another clever idea and a video too !!! Thank you June.

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  9. Lovely cards. Thank you for the video. Will watch later

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  10. Hi June,
    what a faulous technique and such a great video explaining how to make it.
    Love the papers used.
    Must try this one soon.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

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  11. Fabulous card, a lady of my own with different folds, xx

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  12. Both beautiful bridge fold cards and love all the handbags
    Carol x

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