Hello Everyone! It's Jenn here with you today to share another fun folio I created using the amazing Tutti Designs Dies!! I must first admit that I do not have a full tutorial on this one but I will do a photo walkthrough below. As for the dies used on this one I chose:
All of the links above will take you to the Tuttie Designs online store by clicking either the link or the picture.
To create this folio I made a base using two pieces of navy blue medium weight cardstock cut to 12" X 6". These were both laid on a scoring tool and scored at 4" and 8" and then folded as shown. They were put together by overlapping the back two flaps at the 3" mark to make the back area 6" by 6". The following is a picture showing all of the pieces I used to create this folio.
For each page you will need a rectangle piece cut to 3 3/4" X 5 3/4". For this folio there all a total of 8 of these. The back piece inside is cut to 5 3/4" X 5 3/4". I used the dotted rectangle dies and dotted square dies to cut some of the cut-apart graphics included in this paper collection. I also cut a few of the smaller dies to add some of the sentiment stickers from the collection. I used the cross stitched large circle die for my back panel and added another with lines to create a journaling element. All of the pockets and inserts were done along the way. This can be done so many ways. Just use your imagination and do what works for you. So now I have given you the basics here is a photo walkthrough of my folio and the pages within it. The paper collection I chose for this folio is the Refreshed collection from Authentique.
I have also used a Xyron mega runner tape gun, Scor Tape, Flowers, ribbon, and some journaling cards from my stash.
The front of the folio uses a large punch cut doily as the base. This allows for the ribbon to move. The main focal image, flowers, and sentiment were adhered to the doily separately from the base and then using scor tape, was attached to the ribbon.
Once you build a base for a fun fold card or folio such as this, there are endless possibilities to what you can create!
Thanks so much for viewing my post today!
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Until next time! Happy crafting!!