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2010-01-09 Tutorial on Canary butterfly pop-up

2010/01/09
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Here is one way to use up some more of the canary colored card stock…make a tutorial with it.

These are the instructions on how to score and fold THIS CARD.

Start with a piece of card stock that measures 8 1/2 x 5 1/2″

Score at 2 1/8″ and again at 4 1/4″

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Next make the score’s for the pop up that will be in the middle of the card.

On the center fold score (4 1/2″) measure 1 1/2″ HORIZONTALLY to the left of center and put a small pencil mark.
Now from the same center line measure 1 1/2″ HORIZONTALLY to the right, placing another small pencil mark.
Now on the center measure 1 1/2″ VERTICALLY down from the top edge and right on the center line, placing a pencil mark.

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Using your score tools, add two score marks as shown to form a triangle.

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Fold the card in half to make a standard greeting card then reopen.
push the center fold forward and pinch and hold the other triangle creases to create a V fold as pictured.
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The last fold is at the 2 1/8″ mark, fold as shown.

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. bronheslop permalink
    2010/01/09 8:15 pm

    Thank you for posting the instructions for your card – it’s fabulous, and certainly one I will be making – real soon! You’ve even tempted me to try yellow!! 🙂

  2. 2010/01/10 2:19 pm

    Fab tutorial Bonnie. Can’t wait to give this a try!

  3. 2010/01/15 7:52 am

    Beautiful cards, I love them! I have enjoyed making cards for the past 19 years. I tried to give it up once but I can’t seem to go very long without paper crafting. I love it too much!
    I live in Las Vegas if you ever wish to visit we can stamp together. Look me up. Sherrill Graff istmpnv@aol.com

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