This quote says it all for me:
"I do not understand how anyone can live without one small place of enchantment to turn to."
My small place is my studio area in the corner of my living room. My Whimcees are all the dolls, bears and other creatures that I sew from cloth or sculpt from clay, the cards and papercraft projects that I create.
It is with this blog I hope to share my world created in my small space.
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Triangle Card Tutorial
I am not sure what this card is called, but I call it a Triangle Card. The finished card looks impressive and difficult to make but it is really quite simple to fold and does not require a lot of time to create. You can make this card from any even numbered square. I used a 6" x 6" square to make this card.
Divide the CS into 4 even squares (these are 3") by folding it in half horizontially and vertically so that you have two intersecting center lines.
Then fold once on the diagonal.
The three fold lines will look like this.
Then fold up the outside corner of one of the squares to meet the center line and the inside point of the opposite square. See photo.
Turn the card so the folded triangle is facing you with the point down and bring up the remaining folds in a mountain/valley pattern as in the following photos.
Tomorrow I will have photos of how I finished this card as a Holiday card. If you have any questions let me know. :<)