I always find creative folds challenging. I always seem to have to modify the card size or not have the pattern and so it ends up in a 'trial and error' task. I do like a challenge!
I will share some of these creative folds in future projects.
Today I have two quilt cards. Both easy to make! The first a simple basic square pattern, the second a little more intricate known as 'Cathedral Window'. In both double sided DSP was used. Choosing the pattern design took a little time. I found less busy or small designs worked best.
Basic Square Quilt Design
Second DSP - 2 x 1" squares. Then cut each in half to make 4 triangles.
Third DSP - 2 x 1" squares. Then cut each in half to make 4 triangles.
Adhere squares and triangle onto quilt base measuring 2 3/4 x 2 3/4. Choose a co-ordinating colour as two squares show through.
Optional - emboss with an embossing folder
Layer up on cardstock, add Candy Dots, adhere to card base, attach ruched up ribbon border, and complete with sentiment.
Punch or cut a 1" square from thick card.
Punch out 9 circles using a 2" circle punch from DSP.
To fold - place square cutout in middle of circle and fold sides in. Repeat with each circle.
Assemble - adhere to a 3 1/4" base, layer up, adhere to card base, add Candy Dots, attach ribbon tied with Linen Thread and complete with sentiment.